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Project Based Learning: Using the Real World to Motivate Student Learning

Project Based Learning: Using the Real World to Motivate Student Learning
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Course Outline

Project Based Learning: Using the Real World to Motivate Student Learning

Project Based Learning is a teaching strategy which is designed to give students the opportunity to develop skills, such as critical thinking and effective communication, through projects which are set around challenges and problems they may face in the real world. Using the PBL approach, teachers can offer their students meaningful and practical learning experiences. This course will provide practical advice on how to implement PBL in the classroom by exploring effective teaching strategies and activities.

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Course Content

Course Content

The principles of PBL teaching and your role in it as a teacher
How to implement engaging activities from the real world in your classroom
How to create project-based learning activities suitable for your subject
Promoting 21st century skills relevant to students’ real lives and goals
Making student activities collaborative and communicative
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Key Facts

Key Facts

Minimum level of English

B1 on the CEFR (Intermediate)

Location of Course

Galway

Accommodation Options

Apartment/Residence or Host Family subject to availability

Who is it for?

Practising secondary school teachers who teach who would like to learn practical ways to integrate PBL into their teaching.

Course Schedule