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Projects for Remote Learning

Here's a growing cache of project resources that you can use while you're facilitating online learning with your students.

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Here are a few to get you started...


Waiting on the World to Change (Grades K-12):
How can we make change happen in our community?

Hunger (Grades K-12):
How can we affect hunger in our community?

Projects for Younger Students

Projects for Older Students

More Helpful Tips & Projects in Action

Free Webinars on Supporting Online PBL

Listen to these recorded webinars, designed to support teachers facilitate PBL online.

Webinar Adapt Project

Webinar: How to Adapt a Gold Standard Project for Online Learning

Teachers everywhere are trying to figure out how to engage students in intellectually challenging and meaningful work online. Learn how to adapt a Gold Standard PBL project for online learning.

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Solutions for Sticky

Webinar: Solutions for Sticky Problems of Practice for Facilitating PBL Online

What are the top challenges teachers are encountering as they design and facilitate PBL online? Get solutions for the stickiest problems of practice. 

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Teacher Stories

Webinar: Stories from the field: Insights from teachers facilitating PBL online

Hear directly from teachers about projects they designed and facilitated online, and key insights they gained from the experience.

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Yes, we provide PBL training for educators!

PBLWorks offers a variety of PBL workshops, courses and services for teachers, school and district leaders, and instructional coaches - whether you're just getting started or advancing your practice.

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21 easy-to-implement PBL projects in our new (free!) eBook

Our new eBook This Teachable Moment is free to download now. It offers parents an intro to Project Based Learning (PBL) and features 21 easy-to-implement, “follow the recipe” PBL projects, designed for children of all ages and capabilities within a household.

These projects can be used by families to keep students learning, growing, and discovering during the summer and beyond, all while giving parents the space and time needed to stay productive.

Learn more & download the eBook