Resources for Project Based Learning (PBL)

So what really is Project Based Learning (PBL)? Many teachers and educators have heard the term PBL, but for many the term is still hazy….is it creating projects, is it learning through projects, or is it something more?

According to an article on Edutopia, they explained it this way:

PBL is the ongoing act of learning about different subjects simultaneously. This is achieved by guiding students to identify, through research, a real-world problem (local to global) developing its solution using evidence to support the claim, and presenting the solution through a multimedia approach based in a set of 21st-century tools.

What The Heck Is Project Based Learning,

Project Based Learning is more than just doing project in class, it connects students to real life problems and gives them a voice over topics they are passionate about, while utilizing modern tools to do so!

In Project Based Learning, teachers make learning come alive for students.

Article: What is Project Based Learning

Still wondering what Project Based Learning really is? This videos got you covered & might just INSPIRE you along the way!

If you have to ask yourself is this a Project or is it Project Based Learning here is a helpful chart to guide you:

Resources To Guide You In PBL:

The Seven Biggest Lies that Keep Teachers from Implementing Project-Based Learning
15 Ideas for Project Based Learning

Getting Students Organized:

Five Structures for Helping Students Learn Project Management

Your ULTIMATE Resource:

All students, no matter where they live or what their background, deserve access to high quality Project Based Learning (HQPBL). This enables students to master academic content and skills, develop skills necessary for future success, and build the personal agency needed to tackle life’s and the world’s challenges. For more on evidence and research supporting PBL, download Defining High Quality PBL- A Look at the Research.

DOWNLOAD: High Quality PBL Resource Guide PDF

Steps to Project Based Learning can be seen in the chart below:

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