In this video from Making Learning Real, an architectural design class uses the Problem-Based Case Learning (PBCL) approach. Students have been asked to design a wellness center for their college. The college’s building committee is the business partner. In response to feedback from the building committee—all the student designs were rejected—students are taking stock of their approaches and revising their plans. As part of this work, they use a PBCL tool, the Need to Know Board, to identify what they know and what they need to learn.
This media asset is from Making Learning Real: "Jack Wallace's Classroom."