Project-Based Learning (PBL)

PBL allows to acquire scientific and technological knowledge, develop skills in the project development, problem solving, communication, teamwork, responsibility to colleagues and society, etc (Masson et al., 2012).
  • The models based on PBL are more efficient in the engineering areas than models based on theoretical lessons. 
  • The goals and specific curricula are incorporated in project management.
  • The teacher’s role is to be a learning coach (motivate the student to search for information, encourage to learn, awareness of the difficulties, work together, listen other opinions, etc..).
  • Students must take responsibility for their own learning.