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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Resources for Getting Started with Project-Based Learning

Edutopia's curated compilation of online resources for understanding and beginning to implement project-based learning.

Just getting started with project-based learning (PBL)? Our curated list of resources for educators new to PBL should help you. Before you get started, be sure to check out Edutopia's PBL page, including information about the research behind effective PBL practices. You can also connect with Edutopia's community to learn and share PBL tips.

PBL Defined and Clarified

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Fundamentals, Examples, and Terminology

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Tips from Teachers and Experts

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Linda Keane AIA's picture
Linda Keane AIA
NEXT.cc Director, Prof Arch/EnvDes, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Ray,
Thanks for compiling these. You might want to include NEXT.cc (http://www.NEXT.cc), a 2012 National Environmental Education Green STEM Innovator and United States Green Building Council Excellence in Green Building Education Awardee. Created by a collaborative team of college art, design and education students, it introduces a thinking and making scaffold of tools, languages, discovery and design opportunities that are linked to NAEEA and NGSS standards. Teachers are using it to develop interest in projects, connections to communities and virtual field trips, museum interactives and contemporary art, science and design practices.

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