Click to find out some of the best reasons you should try project based learning in your classroom.

Project based learning can be a challenge because it moves the control from the teacher to the student. When we began our teaching journey, controlling every aspect of student work from beginning t…

Digital: Divide & Conquer: Five Reasons Why Project Based Learning Works for My Students at Lower Levels

Five Reasons Why Project Based Learning Works for My Students at Lower Levels (Digital: Divide & Conquer)

How to Plan Project-based Learning - learn the steps to planning PBL and get a free planning guide. Plus, check out the rest of the series to find out about differentiation, classroom management, driving questions, and more!

How to Plan Project-based Learning

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Teaching and Much Moore: Project Based Learning PBL learning is an effective way to learn because the skills are retained by doing the skill verses just learning.

S.O.L. Train: Moments That Count in the Classroom: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Project-Based Learning

The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Project-Based Learning

Learn how to implement project-based learning from start to finish with these 5 blog posts!

Learn how to implement Project-based Learning from start to finish!

Need help with project based learning? Did your district training leave you with a lot of questions? This comprehensive training includes all the information you need to implement project based learning from planning all the way up to final products! The printable resources included are invaluable for organizing PBL.

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Self Reflection. A Taxonomy of Reflection: Project completion! This would be good for artist statements.

It may not seem like it, but project-based learning is the perfect way to meet all of your students' needs. There are a variety of ways in which project-based learning can be implemented and tweaked to do just that.

Make Project-Based Learning Fit Your Students' Needs

Universal Design for Learning, or UDL, is an instructional framework that promotes flexibility and individualized support for students. Learn how this mother-daughter duo is presenting a project-based learning activity using UDL strategies to their two classes of students of different ages and abilities!

Project-Based Learning and UDL Strategies at Work

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