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For an upcoming Edutopia guide for parents, we're looking for suggestions about how to help parents understand the value of PBL. I'm eager to hear from teachers who have strategies to share. Do you use tools like Edmodo to provide a parent window into projects? Do you invite parents to volunteer as content experts or reviewers? What puzzles parents about PBL? (Anyone get parent pushback about teams?) How do you get parents on board with this rewarding but challenging approach to learning? Thanks for your ideas.