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It is asserted that problem solving is the sole legal educational goal. But problem solving relies on appropriate scaffoldings to successfully implement. One approach that seems much promise of supporting it is to construct problem-based learning environments (PBLEs). PBLEs have tremendous potential for problem-based learning, but carry design challenges and concerns with them too. This paper will explore the meanings and components of the PBLEs, and a move towards the perspectives and development of framework for designing PBLEs, which followed by an illustration focus on its rich implications and essential features.