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P3BL: Problems, Phenomena, Passions (Volume 47, No. 4, pgs 56-61)


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With inquiry-based learning, students build new knowledge by inquiring, thinking critically, and developing strategies for solving problems. This form of instruction fosters students’ investigation of new ideas to gain an understanding of phenomena, to generate solutions to problems, or to pursue passions and curiosities. Hence the term, P3-based learning (problems, phenomena, passions). With P3BL, students develop 21st-century skills and a love for learning.

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