How to Be a Superstar at Solution Fluency PBL [Infographic]
Project-based learning is a terrific way to prepare your students for tackling real-world challenges. Dreaming up the ideas is often easy. What about when we actually want to hammer them out into workable lessons? Solution Fluency PBL is the way to get it done.
There is a path that can guide us towards developing the project-based learning we really want to empower our students with. It’s the 6Ds of Solution Fluency. If you want to design the ultimate PBL scenario, the 6Ds are like a magic formula. They can make that idea a reality, whatever it may be.
Each essential stage of Solution Fluency PBL development is mirrored within the 6Ds—Define, Discover, Dream, Design, Deliver, and Debrief. That’s what the infographic below is meant to demonstrate. It shows you how you can become a PBL superstar. The 6Ds will help you create the award-winning lessons that your students will love to learn with.
Solution Fluency PBL in Action
The Global Digital Citizen Foundation has got the perfect tool for your plans to take shape. Make sure to explore the Solution Fluency Activity Planner. It uses the 6Ds in a guided system for creating your star-studded lessons. It’s your best friend in the modern classroom for inquiry- and project-based learning. Enjoy the infographic, and don’t forget to share!
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