with an idea if it is their own ideas, so this is a very good solution. Instead of just giving student information on drugs and the outcome of using drugs, like with the drug education classes, PBL would allow students to be able to see the problems, address the problems, and come up with
solutions to the problems of drug use. A very good approach to involving students in helping to get a control on teen drug use within the education institution. Social problems are everywhere. We even see social problems throughout of education systems. Problems like equality, racism, violence, and many others. One social problem we seen in our teen students in the education institute is drug abuse. Finding a solution to this could very well cut down on drug abuse in our adult members of society later on.
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