Project Based Learning Made Simple

Erica Peron Teacher Resources for Success

10 free Project Based Learning resources from Tech & Learning.

Here are two of our favorite options:

  1. Houghton Mifflin Project Based Learning Space
    • Houghton Mifflin offers resources for teachers with in-depth discussion of project-based learning. This site includes an overview of the issues surrounding PBL, the student’s role in the process, and several projects to get you started (including the popular “egg drop” experiment and “Mission to Mars”).
  1. Better Lesson Problem Based Units
    • A huge collection of PBL lessons, activities, and resources for grades K-8th including NASA Rocks! and Introduction of Spider Bio-Diversity.
Check out these age & grade level specific Project Based Learning projects for Remote Learning from the Buck Institute for Education. You can use this collection of project resources while facilitating online or in person learning with your students!
Looking for a Good Read?

Check out Natalie Wexler’s book “The Knowledge Gap.” Through the stories of educators, students, and parents, “The Knowledge Gap” dives into the real issues at the heart of what we call the achievement gap. The book zeros in on the importance of building knowledge of the world rather than focusing solely on skills. It’s a deep dive into the heart of reading, literacy, and the disparities in our education system that you won’t want to miss! Click here to learn more!

 

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