Technology & Engineering Teacher
The article discusses the impacts of STEM project-/problem-based learning (PBL) on students. Topics includes prototyping as a key transition element for PBL process which develop self-efficacy individually; use of PBL as a dynamic learning process, allows learners to gain experiences with real-world applicability; and PBL skillsets that requires students to use critical-thinking processes. It mentions that PBL's goal is to make behavioral changes by long term training.
Original Publication Citation
Euefueno, W. D. (2019). Project-/problem-based learning in STEM: Impacts on student learning. Technology & Engineering Teacher, 78(8), 8-12.
Euefueno, William D., "Project-/Problem-Based Learning in STEM: Impacts on Student Learning" (2019). STEMPS Faculty Publications. 84.