A one to one iPad school, Ringwood North Primary School in Melbourne, Australia has fully embraced Challenge Based Learning throughout all areas of their curriculum. Their amazing journey to help a community recover from a disaster is captured in this video created by the students and staff. Students can make a difference!
In this video Rolf Landau, a research physicist at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland presents an overview of the groundbreaking work being done at CERN and the importance of improving education opportunities in mathematics and science. How can you Make Science Matter?
A guide for planning and implementing CBL.
Ideas for moving from challenge to solution.
Results of the 2011 Implementation study.
A general rubric for the overall CBL process.
Help students keep track of their progress.
Add a Challenge to the community.
CBL provides an excellent environment to transition to the Common Core standards and develop students who are prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing college and career landscape.
CBL in the elementary classroom nurtures relationships and a culture of creativity and innovation.
Through CBL student reflections become an integral part of the learning process and a helpful way for the students to organize their experiences.
is an engaging multidisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that encourages learners to leverage the technology they use in their daily lives to solve real-world problems. Challenge Based Learning is collaborative and hands-on, asking students to work with peers, teachers, and experts in their communities and around the world to ask good questions, develop deep subject area knowledge, identify and solve challenges, take action, and share their experience.