The Importance of Student Reflection in PBL

The Importance of Student Reflection in PBL

As schools continue to work through their experience from school closures during the last academic year, we are also preparing for the unknown of the upcoming school year. Educators are spending time this summer looking for new ideas and different […]

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Learning Gets Real: PBL in the Classroom

Learning Gets Real: PBL in the Classroom

Educators work with students. We get to know them and design instructional experiences to advance their learning. Doctors and nurses work with patients. They develop an understanding of their patients’ needs and create a plan to improve their […]

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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Ensuring PBL for All

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Ensuring PBL for All

Project-Based Learning (PBL) is not an event or a learning extension, but a learning process. It is a valuable experience for every learner, not just for a few. It’s not an enrichment activity or an add-on. It’s not incorporating hands-on activities […]

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Promoting Student Choice in Assessments

Promoting Student Choice in Assessments

Now that the school year has started and hopefully we are making the transition into hybrid, distance or in-person learning, it is a good opportunity to think about options that will work regardless of our learning space. We may need to transition […]

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What is a Performance Task?

What is a Performance Task?

A performance task is any learning activity or assessment that asks students to perform to demonstrate their knowledge, understanding and proficiency. Performance tasks yield a tangible product and/or performance that serve as evidence of […]

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