"Having fun is the very best way to learn"- Ingrid Bauer
In their search for a pedagogy that is suitable for the 21st century, educators have found that PBL (Project Based Learning) is gaining renewed support. Schools around the world use it as a characteristic axis, and hundreds of teachers in Israel are changing their basic teaching paradigm.
Project Based Learning is something that is latent in each of us, and it is important that we conceptualize it so we can use it in school frameworks through a connection to the community space in which they exist.
During our lives, we all see before our very eyes a product (a family outing, school, a community project, a movie for a bat mitzvah…), and from the moment the "what" and "why" become clear to us, we start marking out the path to reach it. This natural path toward learning, as in life, is the essence upon which we are basing our approach, and the skill that we are structuring.Click here to download the full article