Project Based Learning in Social Studies

Project Based Learning in Social Studies

True confession: I was a high school history teacher who lectured too much. I was just starting out in my career in education and thought that was what I was supposed to do—cover the content. I was aided and abetted by the textbook (it might have […]

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Meeting SEL Through PBL

Meeting SEL Through PBL

When it comes to preparing our students for the future, there are many learning activities and digital tools for us to choose from. However, it can be overwhelming to sort through all of the options to decide which method or digital tool might have […]

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Engaging Students in PBL During Remote Learning

Engaging Students in PBL During Remote Learning

Imagine the following scenario: your favorite college basketball team is playing in the NCAA finals. They’re even hosting the tourney in your hometown. You’re driving into work one morning, jamming to the radio, when all of sudden the DJ announces […]

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