The PBL Projects of the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) are a series of STEM problem based learning curriculum and professional development projects funded by the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education program (NSF ATE). Each of the PBL Projects has developed a collection of authentic real world multimedia case studies called Challenges with industry partners in the areas of optics and photonics, sustainable technologies, and advanced manufacturing (in process). Visit the CHALLENGES page to view the existing problem based learning curriculum.

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PBL Updates

April Implementation Story of the Month

New! Spring 2015 AM PBL Newsletter

Upcoming Events: May 13th NEBHE will be hosting an Advanced Manufacturing Problem-Based Learning (AM PBL) Workshop and Society of Manufacturing Engineering’s (SME) Bright Minds Program at EASTEC (Eastern States Exposition Center).

Past Events: April 20th STEM PBL Participant Alexander Pancic was highlighted by Edutopia's blog for his use of his own problem-solving skills and PBL Projects resources to improve his students' learning experiences at Brighton High School in Boston, Massachusetts. 

For more information on recent and upcoming AM PBL Events, visit the What’s New Page

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