How does my School get started with Project Learning Related Tags: Project-Based Learning More Related Discussions Ashiedu Jude , ICT Teacher at Grace Schools, Gbagada, Lagos Posted 12/08/2011 7:18AM | Last Commented 06/11/2014 7:01PM 15 Replies 382 Views Can anyone help me fellow teachers get started with Project Learning. Sign in to vote! Sign in to Flag as Spam Share 15 Share Comments (15 Replies)Sign in or register to postSubscribe to comments via RSS Newest Related Discussions Posted 12/11/2011 7:42am Sal VascellaroGraduate Faculty at Bank Street College of Education in New York City Hi, In my recent book, OUT OF THE CLASSROOM AND INTO THE WORLD, I explore this topic from the perspective of teachers and children, and demonstrate the ways a number of teachers generate project work as part of vital curricula. In each case it is the world around children that offers the rich raw material. Sal Vascellaro Sign in to vote! Posted 12/16/2011 4:24pm Hubert V. Yeesocial media and marketing manager of startup Hi Ashiedu, We have lots of resources on PBL. please check out this link. Let us know if you have any specific questions on PBL. http://www.edutopia.org/project-based-learning THANKS! =) Sign in to vote! Posted 12/28/2011 7:12pm Eric GoldsteinTeacher & Executive Director: One World Education Great question. Schools rarely start project-based learning initiatives all at once - it starts one teacher at a time. As I've seen in my own work, the effect of one teacher creating engaging project-based initiatives in a school spreads as students share their excitement with other teachers. If you are not this teacher, find one who is in your school and observe, seek collaboration, and suggest ways to integrate your practice into theirs. A core focus of our work at One World Education (www.oneworldeducation) is to deliver engaging project-based learning activities to teachers to meet the goals I believe you seek in your teaching. Sign in to vote! Posted 1/13/2012 8:30am Tim ThomasFifth grade teacher (GATE) Anaheim, CA Starting with one teacher - I work in projects where I can, but our test-focused environment makes it risky. Also I'm in the dark, re-inventing the wheel. There are lots of resources, but can anyone suggest a resource that can be my training wheels? Sign in to vote! Posted 1/16/2012 7:25am Rebecca WilliamsGrade 3 teacher in Guatemala City, Guatemala I'm a brand new teacher and I'm wanting to work projects into my classroom. My school doesn't have much curriculum to speak of; we have benchmarks, two up-to-date textbooks, and some resources. I feel that my students would benefit more from projects than worksheets (and quite honestly, I feel like assigning yet another lame worksheet is a cop-out). I'm letting my kids down by not providing them with projects that are motivating, engaging, and challenging. So my question is... where can I find great project ideas for all subjects? Sign in to vote! blog The Hattie Effect: What's Essential for Effective PBL?Last comment 1 day 3 hours ago in Project-Based Learning Discussion Polished collection of hands-on engineering projects for kidsLast comment 1 week 3 hours ago in Project-Based Learning Discussion NaNoWriMo: An #EduAwesome Project for Your #BestYearEverLast comment 1 week 2 days ago in Project-Based Learning blog PBL: Jumping in HeadfirstLast comment 1 week 6 days ago in Project-Based Learning Discussion Smithsonian Folklife and Oral History GuideLast comment 2 weeks 5 days ago in Project-Based Learning Sign in and Join the Discussion! Not a member? Register to join the discussion. Sign in using social networks Or sign in here: Email address * Password * Forgot your password?