Blogs on Project-Based Learning

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Jim MoultonDecember 6, 2006

In several of Edutopia's video segments, students and teachers are seen using global-positioning-system (GPS) technology to accurately identify spots on the planet -- not just to locate a city or a town but to pinpoint a bend in a stream, or the precise location of an animal or a plant or a structure.

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Sandy MittelsteadtNovember 30, 2006

On my career-academy journey, which has spanned the last twenty years, I have found that the most demanding and difficult aspect of career-academy development is the curricula.

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Bonnie Bracey SuttonAugust 21, 2006

I have always loved books, and love reading. When I was a child, I told my mother I was born reading, but she just laughed.

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Jim MoultonAugust 14, 2006

Recently some 325 middle school kids from across the state of Maine (as well as a few visitors from neighboring New Hampshire) converged on the Gorham campus of the University of Southern Maine.

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Anthony BencivengaAugust 9, 2006

In an earlier post, I posed the question "How do we begin to create a school culture that values social and emotional well being while promoting academic success?" I suggested that it begins with a shared vision.

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Ron SmithJuly 21, 2006

I was telling my brother about some of my digital video students. I told him how they were really creative, and that they were taking to editing like ducks to water.

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Jim MoultonJune 8, 2006

A school district I am working with is moving very cautiously and purposefully toward one-to-one implementation in its high school in fall 2007. It will distribute carts of iBooks to four classrooms by way of a pilot program a full year before the rest of the school comes on board.

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Ron SmithMay 25, 2006

When I started experimenting with text messaging, I would text this student or that student, usually one or two at a time. Once I got all my seniors' numbers, though, I decided to try a broadcast.

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