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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.

Two KC Schools That Use Projects to Engage and Transform

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We recently visited these two Kansas City area elementary schools combining personalized and project-based learning to help young people develop valuable knowledge, skills and dispositions.

Smart Review | Is There PBE In Your Water?

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Teacher and parent Andrew Larson takes advantage of his family's vacation to do a fun product review and get in some place-based education practice that could benefit his biology classroom.

Key To Prep: The Science of Teams

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As managing projects and working in teams becomes a priority learning outcome in schools, it's important to understand several important group dynamics that can ensure a team is successful.

3 Ways to Prepare Educators to Teach PBL

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By: Dr. Art Fessler. For project-based learning to reach its full potential, teachers must learn to step back and be facilitators in the classroom. Here are my three best practices as a superintendent to effectively support educators in a PBL environment.

Getting Students Ready for the Gig Economy

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Recent findings on the effects of the sharing economy are driving home the need to engage students in project-based experiences. In this post, we look at why.

Finding The Critical Path is a Critical Project Management (and Life) Skill

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The critical path is found by arranging work to achieve a goal as quickly as possible with the fewest resources possible. Finding the critical path is a great way to teach algebraic reasoning and computational thinking. Here, we look at how.

Project-Based Learning Q&A

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At a recent conference we collected a few questions about project-based learning (PBL) that we didn’t get to address, so here are some solid answers and great examples to keep the conversation going.

PBL World Educators Focus on Process

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PBL World is a community of dedicated educators from around the world coming together, creating and growing a path forward for themselves and ultimately the students they serve. Here, we look at some of the key takeaways from this year's conference.

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