Red square with the following text on top "Top 15 favorite projects of 2017"


It’s been another big year for PBL, and it’s been hard to keep track of all the great projects I’ve heard about via emails, on Twitter, at conferences, or from our National Faculty. For this post, our PBL Blog is my source. I sorted through dozens of projects, ranging from relatively simple ones by first-time PBL teachers to more ambitious projects by PBL veterans, including projects of varying types, from different grade levels, in a mix of subject areas.

Here are 15 projects I liked, for a variety of reasons:

Elementary School:

Middle School:

High School:

John Larmer, Editor in Chief
John is editor in chief at PBLWorks, where he has helped create professional development workshops and PBL curriculum materials. He writes for and edits the PBL Blog, and is the co-author of several books on PBL.