By: Joe Truss. Project-Based Learning (PBL) is starting to catch on across the country but why does it work? Joe Truss explains.
By: Jenny Pieratt. Jenny shares a condensed project-based learning or "PBL-lite" teaching plan that can be used as a starting point in the fall.
PBL is an awesome opportunity to invigorate STEM and social studies during distance learning. Jenny Pieratt of CraftED Curriculum takes us through the possibilities.
Rachelle Dene Poth shares ideas on resources for students to extend learning through PBL and the digital tools to make that happen.
Today, the Getting Smart team is bringing you an episode focused on project-based learning featuring special guest, Jenny Pieratt.
Michael Niehoff discusses the importance of high-quality project-based learning and technology integration.
Project-based learning means going beyond assigning projects and instead, promoting student agency by having students drive their learning.
By: Michael Niehoff. Michael demonstrates how high-quality project-based learning effectively advances students’ core skills for the future of work.
Andrew Biros, longtime educator and current New Tech Network Coach, joins Getting Smart team member Emily Liebtag to discuss what he feels is essential when it comes to improving PBL practices, and shares some best practices for PBL teaching and learning.
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.