Project-Based Learning Term Paper

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Learning: Educational Influence and Technique

Project-Based Learning

With the advancement of new teaching and learning techniques such as Outcomes-Based Education, there has been a revolution in the education industry. Students and their needs have become the center of the education effort. With new paradigms such as project-based learning and problem-based learning, these students are prepared for the job market with an efficiency that has never before been the case. The effect this has on education in general is that both teachers and learners benefit from the activities in the classroom. Students are more motivated, and teachers understand the needs and problems faced by students better.

Project-based learning is then used in the classroom by giving students projects that they are expected to complete. These projects are relevant to both the subject field, and the profession targeted by the subject. In this way students learn through practice the various techniques required for…

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