Project Based Learning vs. Traditional Learning Methods: What are the differences and similarities?

Discover what the major differences and similarities are between Project Based Learning and Traditional Learning Methods via our infographic below. 


Overall, PBL offers a long-term multi-disciplinary goal based on real world challenges or problems that drive students to use a myriad of skills including teamwork, critical-thinking, and peer/teacher engagement. In the end, a student or group of students will present their finished work to the public, encouraging public speaking skills while they offer a viable solution to community issues such as brownfields, hunger, or sustainable economic development.

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