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Problem Based Learning

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What is project based learning?  How can I implement it in my classroom?  These are all questions I had just a few weeks ago that many of y...

What is project based learning? How can I implement it in my classroom? These are all questions I had just a few weeks ago that many of you may have...

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Five Secrets of Project Based Learning (that no one ever told you)

Hey there, Matt from Digital: Divide & Conquer, and I just wanted to share why you should be pushing project based learning with your students and in your classroom. I’m sure you’ve seen or read plenty of articles about it, but I felt like a little first hand knowledge would go a long way with this. In fact -I’m going to let you know five of my favorite double-secret probation reasons why PBL needs to be in your classroom ASAP. Secret ONE: Picture Books Kick Butt! You know those love affairs…

Project-based learning vs. problem-based learning | Spaces

There is often confusion between project-based learning and problem-based learning but both begin with and are framed around real-world problems.

What is Project-Based Learning Anyway? by Experiential Learning Depot - Now is the time of year for reflection on last year and planning for next year. Consider project-based learning in your plans. Interested? Check out my first blog post in my project-based learning series, and continue to follow each week for a new post on PBL throughout the summer. You'll be a pro by Sept! Let's start with what project-based learning is and why you should do it! Get inspired!

What is self-directed project-based learning? More importantly, how do you facilitate self-directed project-based learning activities in a classroom or homeschool? Find out here.

Project vs. Problem-Based Learning - Simplek12

Do you know the difference between project and problem-based learning? Find out here on an infographic that compares and contrasts the two teaching models.

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In a 5E lesson plan, the role of the teacher is to support students as they prior knowledge to build new knowledge. Students who learn using an inquiry approach score better on standardized tests than students who were taught by direct instruction.
Experiential learning depot offers blog posts with experiential learning tips and tricks for teachers, secondary learning resources, free resources, and more! Innovative teaching practices not only make learning more engaging and interesting for students but make teaching a lot more fun for you! Experiential Learning Depot offers knowledge and resources on project-based learning, service-learning, problem-based learning, outdoor education, and so much more. Check us out! #experientiallearning
Build a Zoo is a project based learning unit based all around building and maintaining a zoo. This resource contains a standards-based unit in both printable PDF and Google Slides versions – so it’s the perfect activity to increase engagement and interest for the classroom or distance learning. Students follow instructions to choose animals, build exhibits, design animal habitats, organize feeding times, develop a zoo brochure, and monitor zoo attendance.