The role of the teacher has shifted from being the sage on the stage to a guide who develops learning challenges. This article shares ideas for what makes a PBL project successful. What makes this article stand out is that the author shares ideas for how to handle managing feedback which can be overwhelming at times.
Ginger Lewman and Kevin Honeycutt are two of my favorite people in the world. Their passion for reaching and engaging students through project-based learning is contagious! They share their some of their wisdom in this video on PBL.
The Buck Institute for Education (BIE) helps teachers understand what project-based learning is and how they can incorporate it into their classroom. This website is full of ideas and strategies for anyone who is interested in learning more about PBL.
It is essential to understand the difference between projects and project-based learning. This useful article succintly explains the differences in terms that are easy to understand. I have this article bookmarked and I share it anytime anyone is looking for an explanation of PBL.
Many teachers want to integrate project-based learning in their classrooms, but don't know where to begin. I wish I had this resource ten years ago. Hearing how other teachers went about bring PBL into their classrooms is so useful.
It can be difficult to nail down not just what project-based learning is, but what factors are "must-haves" when it comes to PBL. If you are a teacher who is just starting to explore BPL, this article will help you prioritize your goals.
Transitioning into a project-based environment is not easy. If you are looking for some solid advice and tips then this article is a must read! I like how the author shared what didn't work. Sometimes as teachers we get so caught up in worrying about failure that it makes us afraid to try new things.