(PBL) is an instructional approach where traditional, direct classroom instruction and tests are replaced by authentic, often interdisciplinary projects, usually designed by the student with guidance from instructors/coaches, addressing real-world problems as the assessment instead of a test. It also is closely related to deeper learning, challenge-based learning, interest-based learning and more.
The Real World Learning Initiative is centered around value community-connected projects, internships, entrepreneurial experiences, college credit, and industry-recognized credentials supported by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, in an effort to mobilize regional high school transformation.
COVID-19 made inequities in learning even more visible. Kyle shares ways project-based learning can narrow the learning gap.
#21Champions is about helping students graduate, tell their story, and find great youth leadership opportunities.
Although service learning has long been valued in education and the professional world, there has not been a way to document it in the form of a transcript - until now. Introducing Treedom - a service learning platform that empowers high school and college learners to have personalized learning experiences through real world experience.
Green School incorporates ‘nature-based learning’ model - focused on ‘local to global’ - as means of developing sustainable educational experiences and planet.
States and school systems can and should support learning that inspires, engages, and empowers learners through project-based learning.
By: Michael Niehoff. Educator and author Sara Lev advocates that young learners deserve and are prepared for the same rigorous, engaging and meaningful learning that PBL provides as learners of all ages.
Reflecting on a life spent teaching students and teachers how to “just try,” founder of High Tech High Larry Rosenstock shares his experiences, advice, and lessons learned.