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The Power of Art in PBL

The Power of Art in PBL

Project-based learning is a powerful pedagogy when implemented with fidelity- the possibilities for learning are truly endless when teaching is contextualized in the real world. As we know, the real world does not exist in hallways or class periods, […]

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At-Home Ideas for Encouraging STEM Curiosity

March 6th is National Frozen Food Day. For students in school they cannot imagine a time we did not buy frozen food, but this ability to preserve nutrients as food was flash frozen was a game changer. To find out more about Mr. Birdseye, the person […]

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Using PBL to Support an Inclusive Classroom Community

Using PBL to Support an Inclusive Classroom Community

Project Based Learning (PBL) is an engaging method of teaching that prepares students for life beyond the classroom. In our current social climate, it is more important than ever for students to investigate their own personal and social identities. […]

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Powerful Learning Through PBL

Powerful Learning Through PBL

Project-based learning (PBL) is something that I thought I knew a lot about a few years ago. As a language teacher, for many years I had been assigning my students to complete projects which I thought were authentic PBL. However, after some […]

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