Resources for Assessment in Project-Based Learning
Project-based learning (PBL) is a learning model where students are given a specific task to complete as part of a class or group. Once the task is completed, the student is then given another task to complete the class or group’s goal.
One of the most important resources used in PBL is assessment. Assessment can be done in various ways such as surveys. Surveys are a great way to measure students’ work and provide feedback to students. Other assessment methods include questionnaires, interviews, and surveys in groups.
Other resources used in PBL are flashcards, practice problems, and boas tongues. Flashcards are a great way to help students remember information. Practice problems are a great way to help students practice the information they have learned while boas tongues are a great way to help students learn new information.
The most important thing to remember when using resources in PBL is to use them in a way that will help the students complete the tasks. Some of the most common mistakes that students make when using resources are using them in a way that is not effective or too easy or too difficult.