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Problem-Based Projects : 2 Subject-wise Examples of Problem-based Project:

    Project-Based Learning (PBL): Learning in Action! 8 Problem-Based Projects : 2  Subject-wise Examples of Problem-based Project:  Science: ·         Study of the environmental impact of a proposed expansion project on the school campus, considering factors like habitat disruption, waste management, energy consumption, sustainability etc.  ·         Investigating the energy consumption patterns within the residential complex, identifying opportunities for energy-efficient upgrades to reduce environmental impact. ·         Exploring the dietary habits and nutrition of classmates to suggest health wellness programs. ·         Studying the safety and quality of produce in the vegetable market or glossary shop, assessing factors like pesticide use, storage, and hygiene. ·         Exploring methods to reduce food waste and extend the shelf life of products in grocery shops.   Mathematics: ·         Study of optimizing the allocation of learning spaces and classrooms for va
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