PBL

PBL Models

Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a project-driven learning model.
The PBL method requires students to collaborate, design, revise, and share their ideas and experiences with real-life Audiences and supportive peer groups.

IVRIKAL’S PBL Model:

Presents meaningful problems to solve or questions to answer.

Uses authentic and real-world examples, tasks, tools, and world language standards.

Encourages student-collaboration.

Speaks to students’ personal interests as well as the (age-appropriate) issues in their lives.

Inspires community involvement in that both the assignments, and the presentation of the final product, target specific audiences.

Provides a comprehensive solution to teaching heterogeneous classes.

Showcase of IVRIKAL’s PBLs:

Culinary School

THEME: Education
SCHOOL: Deerfield High School, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
CLASS DESCRIPTION: Heterogeneous class with students in grades 11 and 12 with proficiency levels ranging from Novice-high to Advanced.

THE ASSIGNMENT: While experiencing the different topics included in the Theme students worked on developing a website of their “dream” school.
The content of the website reflected educational-needs that they had recognized included options for learning of subject material and expanded on the students’ view of their teachers’ role their own student-body diversity and the school mission.

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Hebrew High School

THEME: Education
SCHOOL: Deerfield High School, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
CLASS DESCRIPTION: Heterogeneous class with students in grades 11 and 12, with proficiency levels ranging from Novice-high to Advanced.

THE ASSIGNMENT: While experiencing the different topics included in the Theme, students worked on developing a website of their “dream” school. The content of the website reflected educational-needs that they had recognized, included options for learning of subject material, and expanded on the students’ view of their teachers’ role, their own student-body diversity, and the school mission.

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