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Why Teach with Project-Based Learning?

Project-based learning is a dynamic approach to teaching in which students explore real-world problems and challenges. With this type of active and engaged learning, students are inspired to obtain a deeper knowledge of the subjects they're studying.

Published by edutopia in 2011

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Snapshot
Grade Level(s):All


Essential Question(s)
1. What subjects are best suited for project-based learning?
2. What was your best project idea?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What are the factors for a successful project?
2. The leading questions is the foundation for the project. How do you approach this beginning step? How will you make sure that all the skills necessary for the project are addressed so you can have a high quality and successful project?

Extension and Activities
1. Choose a real-life situation that the class knows about. News items, unusual weather condition, or natural disaster somewhere in the world are good places to start. Turn this into a letter writing campaign, science investigation, or a video editorial piece for the school news media.


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pictureDonna Blanton
Teacher
Pinellas Park Elementary - Pinellas Park, FL






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