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The Impact of Transformative Social Emotional Learning

Educators know that teaching coping skills to support Social Emotional Learning competencies is imperative in the post COVID-19 classroom. So how do we teach coping skills in challenging situations?

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General PBL

Where is Your PBL Journey Taking You in 2023?

A new year is upon us, and with it the opportunity for a fresh start. Unlike the hustle and bustle of the new school year, January allows for a pause — the holiday season is behind us, and we can focus on what’s to come.
Projects in Action

Student-Led Learning and Anticipating the Unforeseen in PBL

First-time projects don’t always go according to plan. In fact, one of the only things you can plan on are things not going according to plan. Miscalculation regarding timing, unforeseen complications, and unexpected teachable moments are just a few of the things that can cause a project to deviate from even the most carefully constructed plan.
PBL and Equity

Honoring Places and Context in PBL

One of the popular projects in the PBLWorks library is Welcome to the Neighborhood, where our youngest learners explore their neighborhoods, construct maps of their most treasured geographic locations, and create a guide for newcomers.
General PBL

PBL World 2022 Champions

At PBLWorks, we love inspiring stories about the impact of Project Based Learning. So it was fantastic to be able to hear not one, but three inspirational stories at this year’s PBL Champions Awards keynote presentations at PBL World this June.