Author and educator Katy Farber has a new series of posts looking at what makes project-based learning engaging, relevant and powerful for students.
She breaks down each stage of PBL planning and includes templates, rubrics and actual student examples to set you up for success.
Let’s get rolling.
Get your brainstorms runnin’
Head out on the Highway
Lookin’ for real problems
Gonna solve them in our way
Yeah students gonna make it happen
Take the world and turn it on its face
Solve all of the problems out there
And learn at their pace…
- Planning a PBL unit
- Entry events for project-based learning
- Brainstorming and Research in PBL
- Scaffolds to support PBL learners
- 8 methods for reflection in project-based learning
- Assessment in Project-Based Learning
- Culminating Events for Project-Based Learning
- Introducing: asset mapping