The CBL methodology is used to frame the engineering research challenge and its guiding questions for the big idea selected. The engineering research process (ERP) model, is used to solve this challenge.
Clarksville Academy’s 1:1 Technology initiative combines perfectly with a CBL program because students have a personal learning tool in their laptop or iPad, which allows students to access information and data for the subject they are researching.
Wonga Park is a Government Primary School in Wonga Park, Victoria, Australia. Utilizing the Challenge Based Learning framework throughout the entire school provided the impetus for Wonga Park’s move to a one to one iPad program.
We must increase engagement, build excitement and help students understand the importance of science. CERN challenges parents, teachers, and students to find innovative ways to make science matter!
Moving from the challenge to the solution is a critical element in the CBL process, and tends to be the most challenging phase as the learners want to move directly to solutions. To support the process a new and improved Matrix has been developed.
Utilizing the Challenge Based Learning framework, students of Universidad Nacional de Río Negro built a Savonius windmill. This challenge allows students to learn mathematics, physics, statistics and about their community.