Recent Articles on Project Based Learning
By MichaelDFlint | EdTech.MichaelDFlint.com | Project-Based Learning
Obviously, developing projects for PBL is both the most important and most difficult part of Project Based Learning. Designing projects can be simpler when you have a sample to work from. Here are links to the best samples of Project Based Learning projects I could find on the web.
By Thom Markham | edge.ascd.org | Project-Based Learning
PBL is a far more evolved method of instruction. Well-executed PBL begins with the recognition that, as in the real world, it’s often difficult to distinguish between acquiring information and using it.
This article provides a review of research (2000-2011) regarding the effectiveness of project-based instruction in preschool, elementary and secondary school classroom settings, including academic, learner, and teacher response outcomes
By MichaelDFlint @EdTech
When it comes to Project Based Learning, most teachers are asking for and looking for sample projects. The Buck Institute for Education has a playlist on their YouTube channel that provides just that – project samples!
In this article The Nerdy Teacher (Nicholas Provenzano) outlines the 5 major parts of Project Based Learning that make it valuable to the classroom