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3 Quick Problem Solving Strategies **** Download the free checklist with “19 Tips for Getting More Views and Subscribers on YouTube” at: http://videoinfluencers.net/19tips
3 Problem Solving Tips:
First, Stop talking about your problems and start thinking about solutions! Remember, no problem is insurmountable - with a little courage, teamwork, and determination, a person can overcome anything! A Problem Free life just does not exist - instead seek to become a creative problem solver.
1. Get Advice from Mentors, Coaches, and others that have gone before you!
2. Google It - You can find solutions to almost every problem thanks to the internet!
3. Sleep On It or Take Time Away from the Problem - Your mind and subconscious will work on the problem while you rest and take a break.
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In this video Sean Cannell and Benji Travis from video influencers share 3 problem solving techniques for video creators and video influencers. Developing your problem solving skill is critical for success in any area - but especially when it come to YouTube and Online video. Check out these 3 tips for creative problem solving!
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Video Influencers

These are my top 3 problem solving strategies that can help when solving word problems.

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Anywhere Math

What do you tell students to do when they don't know what to do?
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FlinnScientific

Think math is boring? You won't anymore! Let me guess - you don't believe me, right? Well I can assure you this interactive and engaging video helps put problem solving into perspective and makes math interesting and relatable for high school students (and also middle school students). Let's face it - math can be overwhelming at times... That is, if you don't know the correct strategies to use! This video was created to ease your stress and introduce you to 4 specific steps that will help you solve ANY word problem.
Please leave any feedback/questions in the comment section below. Thanks for watching!

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Sabrina Knopf

Join Dr. B as she works through logic problems demonstrating the problem solving process. Students are encouraged to work these problems on their own and see if they solve them using the same strategy as Dr. B. Feel free to use this with your students. For more resources go to www.giftedresources.com

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Brandi Maynard

Teaching problem-solving group activities can enhance both effectiveness and learning for all students. Group work in the classroom is a valuable enterprise for all students since it helps students learn both collaborative problem-solving and increased toleration of others. Even better, the combination of props, a successful environment, and time to debrief in a group allows students from all levels of learning to develop the ability to create a successful project or presentation.
In this video, an example of a History Alive! problem-solving group work activity demonstrates how students learning about aspects of life in medieval European towns work in groups. The students then present about one aspect of life in medieval European towns. Just like the handouts provided in the History Alive! lesson, the Bring Science Alive! interactive science lesson plans provide the opportunity for teaching 5th-grade science using hands-on activities and student interaction that increase knowledge about problem-solving for students.
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TeachTCI

The strategies used in solving word problems.
1. What do you know?
2. What do you need to know?
3. Draw a diagram/picture
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myvideomath

Are you facing a challenging situation at work? Ed Muzio, author of "Make Work Great" explains a 7 step solution to effective problem solving.

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Having students make connections between the mathematical approaches used by others helps in the development of problem-solving techniques. Sharing these approaches allows students to make sense of the mathematics and take personal ownership of their solutions, and learn from other students thinking. For students to get the maximum benefit from this problem-solving exposure they must understand how the solutions are mathematically connected so that they learn why some strategies work and others do not.
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TeachnKidsLearn

Strategies for increasing student problem solving in the early childhood classroom.

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Melissa Childers

MIT RES.TLL-004 Concept Vignettes
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Instructor: Lisa Burton, Nadia Cheng
This video presents students with a problem solving process that they might find useful in solving ill defined problems. Students see how this problem solving process was used by MIT graduate students to complete a class project.
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A video model showing how to teach a step by step process to solve word problems. This video shows a simple way to solve word problems targeted mainly to middle school students, but it is also good for 4th graders, 5th graders, 6th graders, 7th graders, 8th graders, and 9th graders. It will even help as background skills for algebra. This system for solving word problems will show teachers how to teach students ways to apply their math skills in real world applications. This video can be used by teachers as a coaching video to model how to teach students how to solve word problems. Parents can also learn from this video to help their children ages 10 years through 14 years to solve word problems especially as homework. The system for solving word problems used in this video is called "solving word problems with a BUCK" this system helps teachers teach students how to simplify, organize, and solve word problems, after all "Life is a Word Problem" -- the lesson will model how to breakdown a word problem and make it easier to solve because it will not be confusing for the students. This video will show students how to remember an easy way to do the word problems making them less threatening, lowering anxiety and resistance to word problems. The strategies modeled in this video will help students prepare for the STAR testing and provide more success on the math portion of the CST and other standardized testing. This system is extremely helpful to struggling, low performing students due to the simplicity and easy to remember method. It will help English Language Learners understand how to solve word problems with the easy to understand method, building on and reinforcing academic language.

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Smartatmath

Ten Mathematic Problem Solving Strategies to help your students solve written problems.
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Amy Louise Creative

Gene Bedley demonstrating counseling strategies in solving problems with difficult young children. Gene advocates setting up talk it over chairs in your classroom problem solving center and including an Option Wall and a problems chart to assist kids with daily choices.
You can teach really young children how to solve problems by using beads with four different colors. The red bead represents fact finding or clarifying "What Happened" The yellow bead represents "How are you going to fix it? This step places the responsibility on the child to solve their own problem. The green bead asks the question "What the first thing you can do to fix the problem? This communicates the importance of responsibility in solving the responsibility. The black bead raises the question "What happens if we don't fix the problem? These strategies and many more are taught in the course Value Driven -The Core ethical Values that define you. You can register for the online course at www.rachelschallenge.org
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Gene Bedley

A short educational video about what psychology tells us about how people solve problems.

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Edward Oneill

By using real-world problems as projects for children to solve, Crellin Elementary empowers, engages, and excites students about what they can learn and how they can use that knowledge.
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GRADES PK-5 | OAKLAND, MD
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Edutopia

A video created by a KDP member (Vutheary Heang) that showcases everyday images and problem solving strategies.
TEK Standards (Math, 5th Grade)--
The student is expected to:
(A) identify the mathematics in everyday situations;
(B) solve problems that incorporate understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for reasonableness;
(C) select or develop an appropriate problem-solving plan or strategy, including drawing a picture, looking for a pattern, systematic guessing and checking, acting it out, making a table, working a simpler problem, or working backwards to solve a problem; and
(D) use tools such as real objects, manipulatives, and technology to solve problems.

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kdpteacher

This presentation is hosted on PowToon teaches the CUBES strategy in order to solve any math word problem.

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Janielle Headen

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How to guide students in decomposing a story problem to determine the mathematical operation involved in order to set up the proper equation for solving it. Betsy Weigle | Classroom Caboodle

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Classroom Caboodle

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Dr. Adel Najdowski, Director of Skills, shares tips on teaching Problem Solving to children on the Autism spectrum. Parents can begin teaching problem solving with very young children and continue growing the skill until the child is older. Strategies include using a visual problem solving bank!
Autism Live is a production of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), headquartered in Tarzana, California, and with offices throughout, the United States and around the globe. For more information on therapy for autism and other related disorders, visit the CARD website at http://centerforautism.com

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Autism Live

Davidson Elementary 1st grade teachers Mrs. Mitric and Mrs. Lutz demonstrate strategies students can use to model addition and subtraction problem solving including: drawing a picture, using a ten frame, using an open number line and using a number bond to help us solve a story problem.

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Erica Jousan

Two players take turns at removing 1 to 4 coins from an original pile of 16 coins. Is there a winning strategy for either player?
These short videos are meant for instructors or students wishing to give a practical framework to problem-solving. We first introduce a three-step process: Understanding, Strategizing, and Implementing. We then present 10 strategies (Posamentier & Krulik, 2015) and explain each of them individually in separate videos.
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North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Matthew Peterson, CEO of MIND Research Institute, speaks at TEDx Orange Coast, explaining how words are great barriers to learning for a majority of students. His own struggles with dyslexia and inspiration from Albert Einstein led him to ask the question: can we teach math without words?
MIND Research Institute has created a visual approach to learning and teaching math with its ST Math Software. Through visual math games that are interactive with visual feedback, students learn math with amazing results. ST Math software utilizes years of neuroscience research that teaches kids how to excel in math problem solving utilizing the students spatial temporal reasoning abilities in a language independent visually driven software platform.
Matthew's cutting-edge teaching methods are currently benefiting over 1,200,000 students in 3,200 schools across the United States.
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MIND Research Institute

My second grade class has been learning about C.U.B.E.S. Cubes is a problem solving strategy for word problems. If followed, it helps students to process what the question is asking and answer the question.
Circle key numbers or important numbers.
Underline the question. What is the question asking you to do?
Box key words. What operation should you use?
Evaluate. What steps do I need to take to solve this problem?
Solve.
Hope this helps. We had fun making this video.

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Brittany Graham

A video model showing how to teach a step by step process to solve word problems. This video shows a simple way to solve word problems targeted mainly to middle school students, but it is also good for 4th graders, 5th graders, 6th graders, 7th graders, 8th graders, and 9th graders. It will even help as background skills for algebra. This system for solving word problems will show teachers how to teach students ways to apply their math skills in real world applications. This video can be used by teachers as a coaching video to model how to teach students how to solve word problems. Parents can also learn from this video to help their children ages 10 years through 14 years to solve word problems especially as homework. The system for solving word problems used in this video is called "solving word problems with a BUCK" this system helps teachers teach students how to simplify, organize, and solve word problems, after all "Life is a Word Problem" -- the lesson will model how to breakdown a word problem and make it easier to solve because it will not be confusing for the students. This video will show students how to remember an easy way to do the word problems making them less threatening, lowering anxiety and resistance to word problems. The strategies modeled in this video will help students prepare for high stakes testing and provide more success on the math portion of the state/federal madated and other standardized testing. This system is extremely helpful to struggling, low performing students due to the simplicity and easy to remember method. It will help English Language Learners understand how to solve word problems with the easy to understand method, building on and reinforcing academic language.

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Smartatmath

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This week we dive deep on critical thinking and how it applies to problem-solving!
Your future is nothing but the outcome of the decisions you make today. You make better decisions today, your future will be more prosperous, you make the wrong ones, then your future will be full of struggles.
So, today we are going to talk about critical thinking and how it applies to problem-solving.
I’ll give you a weird analogy here. Critical thinking ability is like having infrared goggles and looking at the sky at night.
Without it, You look at the space, you see only three things, you see darkness, stars, and sometimes planets. But the moment You put on your infrared goggles then you get to see all these beautiful things that were invisible before. You see giant gas clouds in the galaxy, you see dust, you see all these things that were previously impossible to see.
That’s what critical thinking is. It lets you identify the actual problems, the root causes, but also it helps you see the opportunities.
Now, critical thinking isn’t only applicable to your work. It’s applicable to every single area of your life.
But my channel is all about your career. So, that’s what’ll cover in this video.
Now, we need a framework. And the framework starts with
Problem Statement.
The problem statement is very similar to a project charter. It includes;
Goals, as in what are you trying to achieve, your success criteria, as in how will I know I succeeded or failed, your assumptions, timelines, and stakeholders involved.
It’s very similar to a project charter.
I am actually going to call this Problem Charter.
This document is very helpful for two reasons. The second reason being a lot more important than the first.
The first reason why it’s very helpful is that when you get engaged in that problem solving mode, you start uncovering a lot of other symptoms, that may be caused by completely other root causes. We are not interested in that at that moment. You will document those, but you are not going to develop solution alternatives and develop action plans for those. Unless there are dependencies.
So, it helps you understand your scope, who to deal with, the timelines, it basically keeps everything under control.
But to be honest, in my decade long consulting career, I noticed that the biggest help of having such a charter is all about moving through the bureaucracy.
Let me explain.
When you are going through problem-solving stages, you actually do a lot of work, you summon meetings, you request data from various departments, you request for expertise from consultants, so you are shaking things, you are moving things around.
Now, what gives you the power to do it?
What gives you the power to call all these people to a meeting room, what gives you the power to ask for certain analytics data from a completely different department? Why should they attend that meeting or give you the data you want?
Because they like you and they want to help you? What if they don’t like you.
Now if you are a senior employee, you are a manager, director, VP, then fine, of course, everyone will come into the meeting or give you the data you want. But if you are not that senior. Where does your power come from?
It comes from that document. The problem charter. Corporate companies aren’t usually very agile.
They move slowly and the employees are usually very – they are not lazy but they push back –They don’t want to stop what they are doing and join your little problem-solving brainstorm session and go through your little power point of fishbone analysis. They got their own thing to worry about.
So, if you have your problem charter, only a few pages, signed off by a sponsor, someone senior, then you have the power to get the data you want and bring in experts and call for meetings.
Ok, now let’s continue;
I mean you developed the problem statement, you got your buy-in from someone senior, now, you are off to solve the problem.
The 2nd step in your critical thinking towards a problem is identifying the root causes, right?
5 Whys is made famous by Toyota Production System. As the name suggests, you ask WHY WHY WHY until you get to a root cause. Very simple stuff.
This video covers;
critical thinking
critical thinking skills
what is critical thinking
critical thinking steps
deep thinking
how to think critically
critical thinking and problem solving
importance of critical thinking
what does critical thinking mean
characteristics of a critical thinker
how to improve critical thinking
problem solving
problem solving skills
problem solving examples with samples
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Deniz Sasal

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Moving students beyond basic problem-solving strategies can be challenging. You will learn how to implement practical techniques for helping students develop and apply three more sophisticated problem-solving strategies.
This two-part video training program takes you inside intermediate grade classrooms where teachers are using highly effective strategies not only to teach mathematical concepts and skills, but also to help students develop a repertoire of problem-solving strategies. You will see practical, hands-on lessons and key instructional techniques for teaching problem solving.
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BERStaffDevelopment

Special correspondent John Tulenko of Leaning Matters reports on a public middle school in Portland, Maine that is taking a different approach to teaching students. Teachers have swapped traditional curriculum for an unusually comprehensive science curriculum that emphasizes problem-solving, with a little help from some robots.

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PBS NewsHour

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The Caring School Community (CSC) program is a nationally recognized, research-based K--6 program that builds classroom and schoolwide community.
It focuses on strengthening students' connectedness to school—an important element for increasing academic motivation and achievement and for reducing drug use, violence, and delinquency. The U.S. Department of Education has recently highlighted the Caring School Community program's research base and effectiveness.

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Center for the Collaborative Classroom

"Solve Me Maybe" Song - Help with math problem solving steps. Written to music by Carly Rae Jepson (Call Me Maybe) by students from Fairview School with teacher, Mrs. Dostie.
The song/video is meant to help students with the steps to solving math problems.

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DostieGT307

A table is a good tool to organize and display data and its characteristics. It helps you to quickly record the data, locate the data, spot missing data, and discover pattern. Although organized list (in Chapter 2) is also used to list data, it is more for keeping track of counts, whereas a table is mainly for displaying data to show the characteristics and relationship. Lower grade students find table easy to use before they are introduced to algebra.

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I teach cool math

This video will give teachers a model to help them teach their own students how to solve percentage problems using reading skills. This video shows an easy way to remember the steps for solving percentage problems and how to convert decimal numbers to percentages and percentages to decimals. It uses connections to prior learning for middle school low performing students and English language learners. The video can also be used by 4th and 5th grade teachers for grade level instruction of decimals and percentage. These are strategies building on students' knowledge of reading and shows students how to convert written sentences to mathematical sentences. These strategies are easy for students to remember and for teachers to teach, they are easy and understandable using academic language giving easy reminders for academic vocabulary. Engaging visuals to help students remember how to solve percentage problems and how to perform decimal to percentage conversions. This video should be used by teachers and parents as a model of how to teach percentage problems. It follows a simple sentence structure and procedure that makes solving percentages easy. It has tricks on how to remember strategies and academic vocabulary. Teachers will love this coaching video because they will be able to reach their students in 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, or 10th grade. These visuals and easy steps will help low performing middle school students understand especially students of color and ELL students. This understanding of percentage and decimals will give students the foundation for algebra. These coaching videos for teachers will give them uncluttered, understandable strategies for their students. These easy steps will be remembered by the students and they will gain confidence in their math skills giving them the background for future STEM classes. This video will teach teachers how to teach percentage using reading skills., addressing the Common Core State Standards and the Standards for Mathematical Practices.These strategies will also help students prepare for standardized testing in all districts and the CST, STAR testing and Smarter Balanced Assessment in California.

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Smartatmath

This video lesson is designed to provide a method that help to solve math word problems. The lesson explains and demonstrates how to use a graphic organizer to come up with strategies for your students.

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IPDAE

If you are in a lot of trouble, like when you are fighting with your sibling or friend, remember that THERE IS ALWAYS A SOLUTION!
This book encourages creative problem solving as it takes the readers through a series of adventures: an avalanche from the closet, a clock whose hands reach out and put the children in a tight squeeze, an angry elephant that escapes from an animal cracker box, and Mr. South Wind and Mrs. East Wind that want to blow the children right out of a tree. Hey, if you like what you see and want to stay informed of the when the book Magic Forrest Treasure w/ Forrest Fenn is released, subscribe to our YouTube channel and check us out at: http://www.vippimouse.com
The narrator is named VIPPI Mouse. VIPPI, whose name is Victor Ichabod Poindexter Paul Izippy (code for Very Important Person Private Investigator), is a large yellow mouse whose job it is to research, uncover and present the various plots.
THIS BOOK IS ABOUT A VERY IMPORTANT PERSON, LIKE YOU!
VIPPI MOUSE BOOKS are Empowering, Self-Esteem Building Books that are also educational and promote positive thinking, which helps people to grow to their highest potential. Delightful illustrations combined with exciting stories also make VIPPI books great entertainment. VIPPI books are designed to remind the reader that each of us makes a difference in this world. EVERY PERSON IS A VERY IMPORTANT PERSON!
When VIPPI BOOKS are ordered as a personalized Hardcover Book, the name of the reader is printed throughout the stories, on the mail box, construction sign, teacher’s desk, veterinarian’s door, newspaper, and even on the back of the President’s chair!
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Wendy Bradshaw

Students use Doceri to visually work out geometry problem.

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Doceri by SP Controls

The S.T.A.R. strategy (Stop, Think, Act, Reflect), is a developmentally appropriate problem-solving strategy that:
1) helps students learn and practice critical social-emotional and conflict resolution skills 2) helps teachers and students resolve real problems
3) holds students accountable for their behavior

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WSKG is here to help you help your child understand the basic concepts of the common core curriculum with our Good To Know video series!
This video addresses Common Core Grade 3 Standard Operations & Algebraic Thinking: Solve problems involving the four operations, and identify and explain patterns in arithmetic. Solve two-step word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding.
VIDEO SCRIPT: Solving 2-Step Word Problems
In third grade, your child will solve two-step word problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Let’s try one: There were ten adults and five children at the movies. Each adult ticket costs $8.00 and each child ticket costs $3.00. What is the total cost of all the tickets?
What is this question asking us to find?
Write an answer statement to stay on track. The total cost of the tickets is…. Let’s find out!
We know what to find, so your child will use a tape diagram to solve.
There are ten adults, so divide the tape diagram into ten equal parts. Each adult ticket is eight-dollars. Your child knows the total cost of adult tickets because he is fluent in multiplication. He knows that ten groups of eight is eighty. The adult tickets cost eighty dollars.
This tape diagram represents the five children, so divide it into five equal parts. Each child ticket costs $3.00. Now we find the total cost of child tickets. Five groups of three is fifteen. The child tickets cost fifteen dollars.
Check back with your answer statement. We’re not done yet! We need to add the costs together. Eighty dollars plus fifteen dollars equals...
Your child may use the break apart mental math strategy to make a ten. He will break apart fifteen into one ten and five ones, so he can easily add with a ten. Ninety plus five equals ninety-five.
Don’t forget to complete your answer statement! The total cost of the tickets is ninety-five dollars.
Your child used multiplication and addition to solve this two-step word problem. You can see how developing strong mental math strategies learned in younger grades makes a big difference when solving two-step problems!
And that’s good to know.
Storyboard and script by: Annie Cartie
Theme music by: http://ccmixter.org/files/duckett/15556

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WSKG Public Media

A review algebra problems incorporating strategies helpful in solving equations and simplifying expressions

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AutenA2Math

EDST6347 Major Project Assignment
Problem-based learning is a great teaching strategy that can be used for all types of learners-including adult learners! The video is about PBL and includes an overview, key elements, examples, implementation, and outcomes.
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