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.
Imagine school as a series of community-connected projects and skill sprints that develop leadership, collaboration and problem solving skills. Imagine a web of supports that help you make the kind of contribution you’re capable of making. Visit an innovative new school like Purdue Polytechnic High School in Indianapolis,…
Four teammates in Uncharted Learning’s year-long INCubatoredu entrepreneurship course at Vista Ridge High School in Austin, Texas developed Walkthru, which leverages VR to transport seniors on more than 350 immersive tours around the world.
By: Kevin Newell. The concept of entrepreneurship can be used as a vehicle for teaching students how to solve challenges and how to see themselves, and their future, in a different way.
By: Connie Liu. Connie discusses the 4C’s framework, the skills that are most important for student success, and are principal components of becoming a 21st-century learner.
By: Edgar Saavedra. Along with technical STEM skills, project-based learning in an engineering summer program can teach students skills including, communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, and organization.