In this episode of the Getting Smart podcast, Tom and Bonnie discuss how project-based learning is more important than ever for students to succeed and share an interview with Olin College of Engineering students who experience project-based engineering.
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast we talk with Ken Kay and Suzie Boss about Redefining Student Success.
Season Two of the podcast is a wrap, so here is a summary highlighting the different topics, education leaders and innovative ideas shared in this season. Get ready for Season Three!
David Ross, the new CEO of the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, sat down with Bonnie Lathram to talk about the current golden age of project-based learning and how it connects to the importance of social and emotional learning.
PBL is an awesome opportunity to invigorate STEM and social studies during distance learning. Jenny Pieratt of CraftED Curriculum takes us through the possibilities.
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.
Rachelle Dene Poth shares ideas on resources for students to extend learning through PBL and the digital tools to make that happen.
Michael Niehoff discusses the importance of high-quality project-based learning and technology integration.
By: Jenny Pieratt. In the first of a three-part series, Jenny discusses how PBL tools and flexibility can provide meaningful learning for students.
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.