Problem-Based Learning Units 

A problem-based learning unit, or a PBL, is a unit of instruction designed to guide students in applying their knowledge and skills towards solving a real-world problem or issue.  In addition to delivering course content, PBL units can promote critical thinking skills, problem solving abilities, interpersonal communication, and collaboration.  The goal of our PBL units is to educate and drive high school students across Colorado to think critically on global issues related to agriculture, food, and natural resources, so that they may join the conversation on the search for potential solutions.

What is a PBL Unit?

Learn more about PBLs below

Program's Reach

Available PBL Units

Discover the scope of food insecurity on a local, national, and even global level.

Grade Levels: 9-12

Understand the complexity of diversifying crop genetics and how it can be used to innovate agriculture.

Grade Levels: 9-12

Technology in Agriculture varies greatly, explore multiple facets and how technology can help in many ways.

Grade Levels: 9-12