Project-based learning is a lot more than a nice activity. Done well, it allows students and teachers to engage through common interests which are based in real-world enthusiasms. PBL takes planning, understanding and the teaching structures which most lend themselves to differentiated learning. It’s a real undertaking if done well, but most schools agree that done well, there’s no going back. This is the kind of learning that students never forget.
We support schools in direct professional development which allows teachers to explore the nuts and bolts of of PBL using on-line resources that allow for personalized curriculum creation and we help them to step-by-step map out what that will look in their own classrooms.