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Connecting Project-Based Learning to the Real World

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By: Michelle Berkeley. When we surveyed an advisory group of Ed Leaders from a variety of backgrounds about areas for improvement of project-based learning, one of the themes they all agreed on was that it needs to be connected to the real world. Read more here.

Starting Out with Project-Based Learning

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By: Rachelle Dene Poth. I recently came to a realization: my classroom's PBL was in fact not the authentic, high-quality PBL that increases student engagement while preparing them for the real world. Here's what I did to change that.

5 Qualities of Prepared Leaders in a Project-Based World

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By: Dr. Lisa Abel Palmieri. How can EdLeaders prepare their districts--and themselves--for a project-based world? These are the five essential qualities that enable leaders to design schools that prepare students for the project-based world.

The Need for a High-Quality PBL Model

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PBL is increasingly recognized as a powerful instructional practice, and there is a growing need for guidance and support in its facilitation. Learn more about how education leaders worldwide are working to design and craft a Model for High-Quality PBL.

Making Curriculum Fun with the Iditarod Race

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By: Faye Hall. While many students dread the end of winter break, for Wyoming Virtual Academy (WYVA) it marks the beginning of the most exciting time of the year, as we gear up for the Alaska Iditarod—the greatest sled dog race on earth.

The Rise of AI Demands Project-Based Learning

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The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is on the rise, and interviews with leaders in several different fields about AI point to the same thing: an increasing importance in self-directed learning--lifelong, often project-based and (when possible) with a diverse team.

8 Tips for Helping Students Identify and Solve Big Problems

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As educators seeking to create meaningful experiences for our students, we must find ways to ask the right questions and provide kids the space to come up with their own problems. Here are 8 tips to help you get started.

My First School Visit: Project-Based STEM at TAF

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I wasn’t sure what to expect when I was first invited to go on a school visit in my home district of Federal Way, where I received my 20th-century education. Read more about how the district is making strides towards next-gen learning here.

Designed for Learning: At School and At Home

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Learn more about One Stone, a new student-led project-based high school in Boise where students own their learning and take on real challenges using a design thinking process.

Getting Smart Podcast | 10 Leaders on High Quality PBL: Doing it Well at Scale

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At a recent High-Quality PBL steering committee meeting, we had the chance to ask ten EdLeaders to share their thoughts for this podcast around the benefits of project-based learning and the challenges to more high-quality PBL at scale.

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