What Are The Best Project-Based Learning Resources For Teachers?
The rise of technology used in classrooms has made learning much more interactive. Here are 11 tools for better project-based learning.
This planning template for project-based learning in the elementary school classroom includes both a blank and completed example.
In project-based learning, students and teachers work together to identify content and skills necessary to complete a project.
Consider flipping your teaching so students work on some parts of the project offline and use online time for coaching and support.
Project-based learning needs in the 21st century include socialization, elegant curation, research, pivot points, and other considerations.
One could reasonably cite the complexity of constructivist teaching and learning as a reason to default to more traditional teaching methods.
From place-based education to challenge-based learning, different types of project-based learning symbolize its evolution as a learning model.
With an authentic audience in PBL, inquiry can help students ask important questions like, ‘Who is our audience and what are their needs?’