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PBL: A Team Effort

An instructional coach and media coordinator share how they collaborated to create an innovative and engaging PBL curriculum

By Dr. Angela Mullennix

During the most recent school year, I was fortunate to work with an individual who made my job of […]

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Hands-on Training Model Shows Teachers the Power of PBL

A New Jersey district uses a train-the-trainer model to introduce educators to project-based learning.

 

If you had walked into a Hopatcong Borough School District classroom two years ago, you likely would have seen students seated quietly, with a […]

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4 Content Considerations for Educational Leaders

4 Content Considerations for Educational Leaders

By Dr. David Reese, Ed. D.

 

In my research to learn about what attributes school systems envision for their future graduates, I’ve found that content applications were a constant based upon academic standards. However, many systems focused on how […]

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3 Ways to Prepare Educators to Teach PBL

By Dr. Art Fessler | Getting Smart

 

Passion is a driving force in all facets of life, especially teaching and learning. Learning in Community Consolidated School District 59 (CCSD59) in the Chicago suburbs reflects the actual work being done in the […]

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