Problem-based learning and gridding
I am a big believer in Daniel Pink’s autonomy, mastery, and purpose. I have used learning menus and choice boards in the past, which lead me to gridding. The pro of gridding is autonomy and mastery. It gives students the space and time to process in a concept and the resources to dig deeper. However, I think it lack on purpose and relevancy of mathematics. This is where the problem-based instruction comes in.
Does anyone have a self-paced element while using problem-based instruction?
On a side note: I recognize that “growth/portfolio days” allow students to work on LGs based on student choice. This may be the best case scenario, but interested if anyone has other ideas.
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