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|Other Titles:||Six Keywords of PBL Teaching: Notes and Self-reflection in the Finnish Classroom|
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This essay shares the experience and observation of Phenomenon-Based Learning (PBL) in Finland in the summer of 2017. It chronologically delineates the three-day teaching activities from the perspective of an observer. The content of teaching, teaching activities and assessments constitute the focal point of the observation. Based on the observation in the Finnish classroom, this essay summaries six keywords of PEL teaching as follows: phenomenon-based, problem-solving, interdisciplinary integration, group collaboration, digital equipment, and teacher as a facilitator in learning. Admittedly, the background and context of PBL-Teaching in Finland differ from those in Taiwan. However, the curricular structure, the teaching process, the execution of assessment and other aspects can serve as a reference for the literacy-oriented instruction emphasized in Taiwan's 12-Year Basic Education Curriculum. Teacher may adopt a more pluralistic teaching strategy according to their own teaching plans and their students' needs.
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