Middle schoolers from Novi Community Schools District in Michigan answer a simple question: "Why do you like PBL?"
PBL infused with native Hawaiian language and culture provides students with what they need to be successful now and in the future.
STEM Academy 7th graders introduced to PBL learn content better and retain it longer. Teacher Becky Zalesnik says that kids are not just engaged, they are driving the learning and pushing each other in their groups.
Dr Williams talks to us about bringing PBL to 80,000 students across 90 schools in Virginia. His goal? To create graduates who are knowledgeable, critical thinkers, communicators, collaborators, creators, and ultimately contributors to the world.
Student Jack Brunell reveals that the magic of the project-based philosophy that drove his course was in its ability to ensure that the learning achieved would not be exclusively theoretical.
Teacher Lacrecia Terrance achieves outstanding results with an authentic, relevant project.
First year teacher Stephanie Longshore overcomes trepidation with PBL to achieve an exceptional student exhibition.
The first time Jo-Ann Fox connected her students in Escondido, CA, to the world beyond the classroom walls, her students were hooked.
Science teacher Kelly Samuels at Journeys School in Jackson, WY, shares how her view radically shifted when she completed her first “authentically” PBL unit.