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The 5 Phases Of Project-Based Learning

The 5 Phases Of Project-Based Learning

The 5 Phases Of Project Based Learning contributed by Drew Perkins Project-based learning experiences can range from highly complex in scope, scale, and timeline to much simpler versions with more limited complexity and sophistication. The through-line in all of those instances is a set of steps or phases that include specific features and practices meant to help leverage specific outcomes. With that in mind, here’s an overview of the PBL process…

smart ideas for project-based learning

50 Smart Ideas For Project-Based Learning

Project-Based Learning: 50 Smart Ideas by TeachThought Staff This post has been updated with new ideas and clearer formatting At TeachThought, we’re huge fans of project-based learning. While there is no magic bullet of practice, program, or framework that automatically…

using the QFT to drive inquiry in project-based learning

Using The QFT To Drive Inquiry In Project-Based Learning

How To Drive Inquiry In Project-Based Learning With The QFT? contributed by Drew Perkins Inquiry can be a powerful teaching and learning strategy. When I came across the Question Formulation Technique by the Right Question Institute while reading A More…

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Examples Of Student Work In Project-Based Learning

Spotlight: Student Work In Project-Based Learning contributed by Drew Perkins Recently Abby Griffy, a school leader from a district where I’ve worked developing Project Based Learning capacity, graciously shared examples of their students at work. These teachers and students are…

The Definition Of 5 Different Types Of Teaching

The Definition Of 5 Different Types Of Teaching

How To Teach For Surface, Deep, and Transfer Learning by TeachThought Staff John Hattie is an influential education researcher well known for his study of the effectiveness of teaching methods and strategies. While there are other educational researchers and thought…

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How Project-Based Learning Can Nurture Student Autonomy

Project-Based Learning Can Nurture Student Autonomy contributed by Drew Perkins One of the ‘5 levers’ of our project-based learning model is Autonomy, defined as “the project provides opportunities for voice and choice in the process and the product” in our project…