Project-Based Learning

Educating the Whole Child Through PBL

Project-based learning has been touted as the pedagogical cure-all for many things. Indeed, I have long argued it’s the ultimate instructional response to the need for real-world relevance and application, problem-solving, collaboration, student engagement, presentation skills, mentors and even tech integration. It’s the pedagogical glue if you will. But one…

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Project-Based Learning

The 3 Preconditions of PBL

The lure of the classroom is a monthly series chronicling the author’s decision to go from classroom to boardroom and back again. In this third edition, he focuses on the preconditions for doing high-quality PBL.

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Future of Learning

5 Ways PBL Facilitates Lifelong Learning

Our ability to continually and effectively learn, as independently as possible, will determine our future success in the global economy as much as anything. Project-based learning fosters this lifelong learning mindset in students that will carry them forward for their future careers.

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Project-Based Learning

PBL Assessment: Real World and Real Stakes

Real PBL assessment involves high stakes and real-world outcomes. Kyle Wagner answers five questions about creating high quality PBL assessment.

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Project-Based Learning

6 Ways to Inject Creativity Into PBL

In his latest post, Michael Niehoff explores six ways that one could infuse creativity into a project-based learning environment.

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Future of Learning

Making PBL Stick Part 2: Leading a Reflective Year

By: Jenny Pieratt Are you an instructional leader looking for small ways to make big shifts that move your staff forward in their project-based learning (PBL) practice this year? Hint: your power move is all about reflection, and I’ve got you covered with practical strategies from the trenches!…

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Personalized Learning

Hand in Hand: Exploring Bilingual, Multicultural PBL

A primary school in Israel is helping to bridge cultural gaps between people who have historically been in conflict with one another through bilingual and multicultural project-based learning.

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