Project Based Learning(PBL)

At Cestar High School, we encourage our teachers and staff to support learning experiences through Project Based Learning (PBL). These projects help students practice real world problem solving, communication and presentation skills. Projects developed through PBL should enrich some aspect of the community that surrounds the students. Key factors in PBL include interdisciplinary collaboration, project processes, open-ended learning and independent and autonomous learning experiences.

  • Open Practice Teaching Mode
  • Project-based Learning
  • Interdisciplinary Research Skill
  • Build on Autonomy and Initiative
  • Multicultural Communication

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