May 19, 2013
1. Getting started Edutopia.com is a great resource for accessing the latest articles, videos, and blogs on PBL. This article offers advice on how to get started with project-based learning. The first suggestion? Start small!
2. Building your PBL network Pinterest offers a host of PBL resources in one place. Find tips, project check lists, and step-by-step guides to facilitating a PBL lesson, and connect with other teachers who have used the PBL approach in their own classrooms.
3. Sample lessons For inspiration and lesson ideas, search the West Virginia Department of Education site. It provides PBL lesson plans for ELA, math, science, social studies, and the arts for grades 2-12.
4. Parent involvement Besides being a helpful resource for teachers, Edutopia.com is also a great place for parents to learn about PBL. They’ll learn what it is, how it works, and how they can support it in their child’s school.
Original Source: IXL Blog
April 23, 2013