Project-based learning doesn't have to be overwhelming to plan! In this guide to planning project-based learning, I walk you through the process I take when setting up math investigations for elementary students. Use this guide to start enjoying the many benefits of project based learning!
PBL is widely misunderstood, which is why I was happy to see the following graphic from John Spencer, who allowed us to share it with you along with our other PBL resources. The graphic clarifies 13 potential outcomes of well-designed project-based learning.
Winter Project-Based Learning for math and reading for 4th, 5th, and 6th grades has never been more fun and engaging! Use the Create a Hot Cocoa Stand PBL unit to make January math more creative. Teachers and students love this winter activities unit! #pbl #projectbasedlearning #5thgrade #4thgrade #wintermath
Are you ready to bring more project based learning into your elementary or middle school classroom? Click here to check out these 30+ projects your students will love! #projects #students #learning #education #stem | madlylearning.com
I love the whole idea of project-based learning! The idea of addressing all subject areas in the context of one project makes so much sense, and allows for better real-life application. I had dabbled in PBL a little bit, but never to the extent of this project, in which I asked students to design a zoo. This was the perfect project for the end of our strange traditional-turned-virtual school year, and the kids really took it and ran with it! They were able to complete it at their own pace…