1 Basics - Project-based Learning

This folder contains resources supporting Project-based Learning strategies and activities.

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    1 Resources - Project-based Learning Basics

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    2 Activities - Project-based Learning Basics

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    3 Plans - Project-based Learning Basics

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    Basics - Project-based Learning

    Strategies L1.png Learn the Basics addressing common vocabulary and concept knowledge relaated to educational Strategies.

    Layer 1 — EXPLORE the strategies vocabulary and IDENTIFY research-based, best practices associated with learning strategies
    • ENGAGE prior knowledge to INTEGRATE specific strategies vocabulary.
    • CONDUCT standardized, guided PRACTICE on strategies workflows.
    • DEMONSTRATE the use of specific strategies practice and vocabulary.
    • Example: USE specific identified strategies vocabulary.
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    Cooperative and Collaborative Learning

    Welcome to Cooperative and Collaborative Learning. In this session we'll focus specifically on how this technique for using small, cooperative groups in education can help improve learning in your class. Then you can proceed from CONCEPT TO CLASSROOM as you begin to apply new ideas to your lessons.

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    Why Teach with Project-Based Learning?

    Project-based learning is a dynamic approach to teaching in which students explore real-world problems and challenges. With this type of active and engaged learning, students are inspired to obtain a deeper knowledge of the subjects they're studying. 

    Edutopia's site provides an excellent list of example projects as well as an video introduction to what project-based learning is.


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