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Problem-Based Learning: David Merrill's Principles of Instructionby@onyawoibi
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Problem-Based Learning: David Merrill's Principles of Instruction

by Celine “Oibiee” Aju 6mJune 20th, 2022
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Merrill's five guiding principles are as follows: 1. When students are working on real-world challenges, they are more likely to learn. 2. Existing knowledge [and skill] is activated as a basis for new knowledge [and skill] to encourage learning. 3. When new knowledge is demonstrated to the learner, it promotes learning. 4. When a person applies new knowledge, it promotes learning. 5. When new knowledge is integrated into the learner's surroundings, learning is enhanced.

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