PBL Blog

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General PBL

The Hunger Project: A New PBL Unit for K-12 Teachers

A free project for English Language Arts, Math, or Science, from PBLWorks and Students Rebuild, a program of the Bezos Family Foundation.

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Recent Blogs

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Projects in Action

Learning Flows to Depths in a STREAM Project

A 1st-2nd grade project on reducing local river pollution combines science, technology, reading, engineering, art, and math with design thinking, mindful making, and community action.
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General PBL

Top PBL News Stories: May 3, 2019

PBLWorks Editor in Chief John Larmer recommends and links to recent articles, blog posts, research studies, and other resources related to Project Based Learning.
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How-to Tips and Tools

How Long Should My PBL Unit Be?

A teacher and National Faculty member explains what to consider when planning and calendaring a PBL unit, offering tools and tips based on his own experience.
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How-to Tips and Tools

Critique and Revision Isn’t Just for Students

A teacher reflects on a lesson learned from student feedback on a project, and offers 7 tips for how to effectively honor student voice by inviting student critique of projects and their implementation by the teacher.
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How-to Tips and Tools

PBL in the Math Classroom: A New Book, Plus More Resources

Two math teachers in the PBLWorks National Faculty have a new book with practical guidance and several detailed examples of PBL units for secondary math. Also: PBLWorks' general advice for PBL in math, and more resources for math teachers.