Project-Based Learning (PBL)
Project-based learning is a dynamic classroom approach in which students actively explore real-world problems and challenges and acquire a deeper knowledge.
- Teachers in any content area can use project-based learning to explore environmental concerns with their students.
- Linda Darling-Hammond discusses how well-placed direct instruction can scaffold rigorous, student-centered project-based learning.1.1k
- When students have a say in choosing driving and supporting standards for project-based learning units, they get invested in the outcomes.488
- High school students can apply lessons from science, technology, engineering, and math classes to a local issue they’re interested in.403
- New research reveals that when science, reading, and math come together in rigorous hands-on projects, student collaboration, engagement, and achievement can soar.5.5k
- A new study shows that when implemented well, AP courses built around project-based learning can raise test scores for all students, including those in traditionally underserved demographics.4.7k
- When projects begin with a compelling question that students investigate over time, curiosity can spark the drive to read.2.5k
- A growing body of research shows that project-based learning can have a positive impact on achievement and engagement. Linda Darling-Hammond describes how a rigorous project-based approach fits in with what we know works for students.2k
- This challenging time provides an opportunity for students to work on real-world problems they see every day.3.3k