Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Core Problem Defined

The Harris Foundation's Project-Based Inquiry Learning (PBIL) model requires each camp to present a core problem to the students.  The foundation defines their PBIL model as a systematic process to actively engage students in inquiry as they work in collaborative teams to design products and make presentations that illustrates a plausible solution to the core problem. Following are the steps each crew will follow to solve the core problem.
  • Determine what is known
  • Brainstorm what is needed
  • Conduct research
  • Propose possible solutions
  • Select one proposed solution
  • Design a plan of action
  • Complete your plan of action
  • Analyze evidence collected
  • Communicate evidence
  • Present final best solution to the core problem

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