With school closures in March of 2020 schools were faced with some incredible challenges. As articles have been sprinkling across our feeds with predictions about what school will look like in the fall, it is becoming increasingly evident that school WILL be different in August. As we move toward this new era of “hybrid learning,” this guide will help you leverage project-based learning (PBL) as a framework for teaching and learning in this new space.
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This is the book PBL educators have been waiting for! Whether you are starting out on your PBL journey or have been at it for years, this book is full of helpful ideas, tactics, and exemplars—the kind of book that never even makes it to the shelf because you are constantly using it. Jennifer Pieratt knows how to help educators realize their own potential to facilitate powerful PBL experiences for all students. This book is a window into her years of expertise and experiences.
Emily Liebtag, Vice President, Advocacy, Getting Smart
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