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Integrating the Engineering Design Process and Challenge-Based Learning in STEM

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By: Jamie Back. When I first learned how to integrate Challenge-Based Learning (CBL) and the Engineering Design Process (EDP) into my lessons, it was a total gamechanger. Here's what it meant for my instructional practice.

Combining Inquiry and PBL: 3 Guidelines for Success

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By: Kelsey Bednar. In my experience supporting educators who are making the shift to PBL, I hear one challenge voiced more consistently than others: how do I facilitate student inquiry? Here are three tips to help you get started.

5 Tech-Free Classroom Innovations, and Ideas for Getting Started

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We don’t need unlimited funding or fancy high-tech toys to innovate our practice. Often, we just need to think differently. Here are five simple tech-free innovative learning experiences that will help you and your students think differently.

Making Project-Based Learning Authentic

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By: Sheldon Soper. Students who participate in high-quality project-based learning develop skills, processes and products that are an ideal match for the demands of the 21st-century, but creating authentic projects is key for engaging them.

Project Management for Education

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Business project management and project-based learning have had little overlap. Ask PBL teachers if they’ve ever had any training in project management - not many hands go up. "Project Management for Education" provides a blueprint for change.

What Will Change If I Start Practicing PBL?

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By: Michael Niehoff. Project-Based Learning has long been about making learning a more transformational experience for students, but it's transformational for teachers, as well. How so? Find out here.

3 New Resolutions After 10 Years of Teaching PBL

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It's my 20th year of teaching and 10th year of implementing project-based learning (PBL) in the classroom. Here are three goals I've set for myself to refine and retool my teaching practice.

PBL for Equity & Inclusion of Students with Disabilities

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By: Ace Parsi. How do we respond to struggling learners, including those with disabilities, when they just can’t seem to get it? The unfortunate fact is that we too often double down on ineffective “skill and drill” approaches that fail to engage them. PBL can help.

What Parents Need to Know About Project-Based Learning

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By: Breanna Reynolds. As a parent, you’ve probably heard the buzz about “project-based learning,” but you might not know exactly what it means. Here's everything you need to know.

Little Kids, Big Ideas: Inspiring Project-Based Learning

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Here are four practices that can help teachers design the kind of meaningful, project-based learning that simultaneously reveals children's hidden talents and genius while also connecting them to their community.

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