Project-Based Learning (PBL)

  • This is defined as the teaching method in which students learn new information and acquire new skills while tackling a complex question or problem within the context of a certain course.
    This involves an in-depth study and investigation of a real-world topic or problem. Pupils use knowledge from several disciplines to develop realistic products. A key characteristic of project-based learning is that it is considered a learner-focused approach. Its major focus is not just about learning something but also about doing something.