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Implementing Project-Based Learning

Deepen learning experiences in every classroom. Project-based learning (PBL) has the potential to fully engage students of the digital age, changing student-teacher dynamics and giving students greater influence and agency in their learning. Discover user-friendly strategies for implementing PBL to equip students with essential 21st century skills, strengthen their problem-solving abilities, and prepare them for college and careers.

Benefits

  • Understand the altered roles that PBL demands of teachers and students.
  • Explore strategies that make the most of the opportunities created by PBL.
  • Learn how to get started with data literacy projects.
  • Read about real-life projects that show how PBL can connect with digital-age learners.
  • Discover factors that can capitalize on messy learning.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: A Strong Foundation—and Then Some
Chapter 2: Geoliteracy Projects: Making Global Connections
Chapter 3: Data Literacy Projects: Understanding Big Data
Chapter 4: Entrepreneurship and Innovation Projects: Understanding the Business World
Chapter 5: Media Literacy Projects: Becoming Savvier Consumers and Creators of Media
Chapter 6: Storytelling Projects: Cultivating a Strategic Tool
Chapter 7: Project-Based Learning Challenges

SUGGESTED RESOURCES

Chapter 2

Resources for Geoliteracy Projects

Resource for a Comprehensive Look at PBL Research

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Resources to Teach Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Chapter 5

Resources for Teaching Media Literacy

Digital Tools for Creating Multimedia Stories

Chapter 6

Resources for Starting Storytelling Projects

Chapter 7

Online Resources for Planning Project-Based Learning

Project Libraries