Does your school or district have a “portrait of a graduate”? They’re also called “ideal graduate” descriptions, and you might have heard of a “learner profile” and the older term “school-wide outcomes.” It’s a vision of what a school or district […]
This is Part 4 of a four-part series on “Portrait of a Graduate” goals that have been set by many schools and districts. My first post argued that project-based learning is one of the most effective ways to build the student competencies commonly […]Read More
Competencies, future-ready skills, and 21st-century skills all involve students doing something. For the students, these ideas represent the “how” to do something or the skills needed to navigate a situation. For the teacher, these ideas represent […]Read More
Getting started with project-based learning may feel intimidating at first. It is important for students and teachers to start small and focus more on the process rather than the products. Here are 5 tips for getting started with PBL.
For many […]Read More
Begin your STEAM Project-Based Learning journey by embracing smaller projects that prioritize skill development through small-scale activities, empowering students to take an active role in their education and exercise their voice and choice.