What do PBL teachers say?

Overview
Skill Development You must develop management skills that enable you to successfully plan and execute a project, as well as facilitation skills that help you work successfully with students as they move through a process of discovery and reflection. The trick is to become comfortable with the open-ended nature of the inquiry process, while still structuring and guiding a project to a successful conclusion. Most often, these skills develop through experience.

Key Steps in Managing Projects

Share Project Goals with Students

Use Problem-Solving Tools

Use Checkpoints and Milestones

Plan for Evaluation and Reflection

View Project Management Tools
See the Evolution of a Project
Managing the Process

Manage the Process
High School
The Watershed Project
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Manage the Process
High School
The Wing Project
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The Gender Project
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The Gender Project
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PBL Videos
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Visit PBL-Online Partner, George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF), to learn more about these projects:
Newsome Park Elementary School: More Fun Than a Barrel of...Worms?
Eual J. Landry Middle School: Great Team, Great School
West Hawaii Explorations Academy: Classrooms Without Boundaries

Marin School of Arts and Technology: An Incredible Journey

 

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