Group Work Evaluation Form A As soon as you have finished your group-work assignments, please take 5 minutes to answer the two questions below. Give as many specific examples as you can in full sentences. 1. What specific comments, criticisms, and suggest
References: Delise, R. (1997. How to use problem-based learning in the classroom. Alexandria, VA.: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Torp, L. & Sage, S. (2002). Problems as possibilities: Problem-based learning for K-16 education. Al
Web Resources for Problem-based Learning Center for Faculty Development June 14, 15, 16, 2005 University of Delaware Problem-based Learning http:/www.udel.edu/pbl/ PBL Clearinghouse Welcome to the PBL Clearinghouse, a collection of problems and articles t
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Project Management Plan In creating an overall project management plan, students may wish to create one or a few of the following components:
Schedule: A calendar or list of what needs to be completed on the project and by when. Division of Labor: A descr
Project Title: Write the title of the project in this space. Project Description/Problem Statement: Write the description of the project or the scenario for the problem chosen. Goals of the Project: Goal statements are broad statements about what is to be