In Project-Based Learning (PjBL), students are actively learning and integrating knowledge and skills while investigating and responding to complex real-world question, problem or challenge over an extended period of time. This usually involves generating a product or outcome that is presented for critique or feedback for further inquiry or revision.
Learn some important considerations in project-based learning.
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Learn some examples of project-based learning in Manor New Technology High School.
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“How many times as a teacher have you assigned a project only to have your students throw them away?” How can we design project-based learning that not only facilitates learning of the curriculum, but also encourages students to explore meaningful real-world problems and challenges? What are some key considerations when implementing and assessing the project process and product.
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Is project-based learning the main course or just the
dessert? What are some critical elements in effective
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