Project-Based Learning

Event Description

The Project-Based Learning (PBL) Program, supported and coordinated by the HOPE Foundation, is a forward-thinking educational approach designed to boost student engagement and practical application of knowledge in real-life situations. In this program, supervisors from the Latin Patriarchate schools actively participate, sharing their experiences with teachers under the guidance of Professor Stephen Kroeger.
Students in the program work together to solve complex problems and tackle challenges collaboratively, providing a platform for showcasing their talents and perspectives in a dynamic learning environment. Unlike traditional teaching methods, teachers serve as facilitators, guiding students through the process of project-based learning.
The PBL approach spans a variety of subjects, including languages, sciences, and arts. As students engage in projects, they not only gain academic knowledge but also develop vital skills such as communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving.
The integration of technological tools supports collaboration, communication, and project management, ensuring the success application of PBL principles, even in virtual or blended learning settings.
Through Project-Based Learning, teachers empower students to become lifelong learners, equipping them with both academic knowledge and essential skills. The HOPE Foundation has been a dedicated supporter of the Latin Patriarchate schools for over two decades, fostering a collaborative relationship in education development. “Talent Unlimited' program”, implemented through this foundation, stands out as a significant and impactful initiative.