Explore Project-Based Learning

Project-based learning is an approach that teachers can use to readily engage students and apply learning to solve real-world problems. The process, which uses learning opportunities and an inquiry method, includes differentiated student support, collaborative group problem-solving, and professional skill development. Every teacher can and will learn valuable tools from these courses.

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PBL 1: Project Launch

Creating a dynamic project launch is one of the most important fundamentals to master because it starts everything in your PBL project! A good start increases the likelihood of a strong finish.
 4.6 Stars (5 ratings) | 47 Students
Instructor: Sarah Perroy
  Last updated 9/24/2022    English
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The Stride PD Center wants to save you time! We have curated a list of useful resources that we believe support your professional growth in this focused, learning topic. While we do not own this material, we have included it here so that the Stride PD Center can serve as your “one-stop shop” for continued learning!
PBL Toolkit | Innovative Education in VT
PBL Blogs from Practitioners | Magnify Learning
PBL and Arts Integration | Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM
SEL and PBL Connections | Teach Thought