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Can a math teacher employ project-based learning? Learn how one great math teacher uses PBL to design math projects that provide learners with a more challenging and holistic learning experience. A wonderful article, that includes three math lessons which use PBL.
Blending Costa & Kallick's 16 Habits of Mind, personality type, and project-based learning in your classroom.
How to avoid the most common teacher mistakes in project-based learning.
What is Project-Based learning? Find out with a great informaitonal article that includeds multiple web and lesson links. Positive aspects of investigative and project based learning are some highlights you'll read about. 
What's so great about Project-Based learning? Read to learn how projects can help kids apply higher-order thinking skills, conduct thoughtful investigations, and make cross curricular connections. This short article includes five wonderful projects for you to try with your class.
What better way to elicit the support of parents and guardians in project-based learning than with a letter directed to them that details the project, the activities involved, and suggestions for how they can support their learner. The template for the letter is customizable to fit any PBL situation.
Community service is the basis for a project based learning experience. Your class participates in four weekly activities that require them to research community issues and contribute their time and talent to assist those in need. This is what I call community, collaboration, and great learning.
Learners explore conflict. In this contemporary history lesson, students participate in 4 weekly activities that require them to research current conflicts and create time-travel cartoons that illustrate how the conflcits could have been avoided.
How does PBL differ from a basic thematic unit? Discover the answer to this important question. A bulleted comparison is made between each type of teaching method, example projects are included, and a full "how to" is laid out in an easy to follow format. Four great hand chosen lessons are included.
Student use educational applications implied in producing a video project. They will explore ideas for projects to shoot a video. There is a procedure to shoot a video which is the pre-production stage, production stage, and post -production stage.
Here is a great resource for vetting your next project-based learning idea and considering all the major components that you should incorporate. 
Students explore the 5 senses. In this technology skills lesson, students participate in digital storytelling workstations that feature each of the 5 senses. Students create digital cameras and digital voice recorders to explore their senses.
Involve project-based learners in the evaluation process by asking them to reflect on the process. Individuals identify their role the in the project, what they learned, what they enjoyed most, and what they would have done differently. In addition, participants are asked what the instructor can change about the assignment to make the project better. Although designed for project-based learning, the template could be used for any group project.
Eighth graders examine the role West Virginia played during the Civil War. In this research instructional activity, 8th graders construct and pose original questions to spark a student driven inquiry. Students will form small groups and use historical artifacts to assist them in forming research questions. This instructional activity incorporates a museum visit as well as the Project-Based Learning Process.
Incorporating research and project-based learning while celebrating Native American Heritage Month.
A project-based learning plan focuses on landscapes in the community. After identifying problems, such as dead trees or misplaced automatic sprinklers, learners design solutions, contact local organizations to fix the problems, and do all the necessary work to correct the problems. A general outline of steps and resources needed to complete this project are provided.
Cheetahs live in the savanna. Kids can show what they know about the savanna by making habitat dioramas. Here is a fun and engaging research activity that allows children to research animals, create new and unusual animals of their own, and build a tiny habitat. They'll use all their findings to construct a diorama fit for a miniature animal. The project is written from a parent's point of view and includes step-by-step instructions for completing the project. 
Middle schoolers explore the concepts of mean, median, and mode. In this mean, median, and mode lesson, students measure the heights of their classmates. Middle schoolers find the mean, median, and mode of their class's heights.
Students get involved in a Project-Based Learning instructional design model as they enter a problem-solving learning journey. They get to personalize their learning experience from the beginning by making choices. Students set up and maintain their schools web site.
Students explore the history of the environmental justice movement. They examine how discrimination promotes environmental illness in low income communities. Students explain why minority and low income groups have less economic and political impact on policy.

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