PBL - Project Based Learning
  Project Based Learning:
What is it?
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Building Motivation

Using Multiple Intelligences

A project-based learning method is a comprehensive approach to instruction. Your students participate in projects and practice an interdisciplinary array of skills from math, language arts, fine arts, geography, science, and technology.
"The collaborative nature of the investigation enhances all of these valuable experiences ... as well as promotes a greater appreciation for social responsibility (Scott, 1994)."

We now have customizable rubrics for multimedia projects, work skills, experiments, oral projects, and research projects -- all available at

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PBL Project Checklists
in English
PBL Project Checklists
en Español
Involving Students in Checklist Creation

To help you start using PBL, we've created age-appropriate, customizable project checklists for written reports, multimedia projects, oral presentations, and science projects. The use of these checklists keeps students on track and allows them to take responsibility for their own learning through peer- and self-evaluation.

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We have expanded www4teachers to include more resources for Project Based Learning. Try these tools:
   Notable Pics
   Think Tank
   Casa Notes
   Web Worksheet Wizard  

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