SPBL

Salt Problem Based Learning

WHAT IS IT?

Did you notice that our society is becoming smarter every year in knowledge and in technology?

How do you think the world is changing “smarter” every year?

As our 21st century society becomes "smarter" and "technological" every year, we, too, need to be ready and be equipped with our own set of skills to thrive in this fast changing world.

Now, you are probably wondering, WHAT SKILLS??!

21st Century Skills

Able to Make Plans

Able to Make Choices and Decide

Think Clearly on What to Do or Believe

Understand Ideas and Make Connections

Solve Problems

Choosing the Right Tools for a Task

Knowing How to Use Technology for a Task

Communicate Well with Others

Work Well with Others: “Teamwork”

Understanding Different Culture

Having Creativity

Visualizing (draw ideas in my head)

Having Personal Responsibility (to take care of myself)

Having Social Responsibility (to take care of others)

... AND many more, of course

PROJECT

Can be done alone

About the Product About the Process

Not too much real world connection

Happens after “real” learning

All projects have the same goal

SPBL

Needs team work and teacher’s guidance

Teacher leads Students lead

Based on real world problems and experiences

Real learning happens during the project

Student choices control the outcome

Physical Test

Academic Test

Paper Airplane Contest

Christmas Bazaar

Christmas Bazaar

Christmas Bazaar

Christmas Bazaar

Christmas Bazaar

Christmas Bazaar

Christmas Bazaar

History Alive!

History Alive!

Show your Accent

Orientation

Teachers Assemble!

Cup Stacking Challenge

Tangram, Alive!

Reading Buddy

Community Bazaaar

Christmas Bazar

Community Bazaar

Community Bazaar

Reading Buddy

Ready, Set, Skit!

Reading Buddy

Teacher Assistant

Community Bazaar

SALT Friends

Community Bazaar

Community Bazaar

School Mural

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Volunteer/ Vision Trip - FIJI

SALT Friends

Valentines Donaation

Play, Action, Skit!

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