Abstract: Project-based learning (PBL) is a learner-centered instructional method which supports learning through engaging students in an investigation of a topic worth learning more about. The district from traditional models, project-based learning has been designed to create opportunities for students to explore, gather information and think critically. Students can reap many benefits from PBL strategy in terms of influencing goal orientation, increasing curiosity to search, augmenting engagement, promoting mastery of new knowledge, fostering problem-solving skills, developing critical thinking, enhancing peer learning and improving communication skills. This paper frames the main criteria of PBL and focuses on the influence of PBL on student achievement in mathematics.
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