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Reimagine Teaching Library Resource Guide

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What Is Project-Based Learning?

Project-based learning (PBL) in the 21st century involves much more than merely planning a class project. In fact, projects have always been a component of many units of instruction in traditional teaching. In contrast, proponents of PBL today argue that true project-based learning involves basing all of the instruction on team or individual student activities that are student-selected, real-world projects, independent of instructional unit planning or individual whole-group lesson plans that drive the curriculum.


from:
Bender, William N. 20 Strategies for Increasing Student Engagement. Learning Sciences International, 2017.


 

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