This comprehensive quick-reference manual empowers educators with the knowledge and strategies necessary to cultivate engaged, proactive students.
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About the Author
Ann Lambros is Director of the Center of Excellence for Research, Teaching, and Learning at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. She is a consultant to K-12 schools and an expert at the creation and implementation of problem-based learning programs.
Table of ContentsPreface AcknowledgementsAbout the Author1. The What and Why of Problem-Based Learning2. PBL and the K-1 Classroom3. PBL and the 2-3 Classroom4. PBL and the 4-6 Classroom5. PBL and the 7-8 Classroom6. Putting PBL to Work and to the TestAppendix A: PBL Facilitator Do's and Don'ts: Suggestions for Prompting and Guiding StudentsAppendix B: Additional PBL Problem Examples by Grade LevelAppendix C: Completed PBL Process Chart, Single ChartAppendix D: Completed PBL Process Chart, Multiple ChartsAppendix E: Bibliographic Information for Referenced PBL Problem ResourcesReferencesSuggested ReadingsIndex