For quite a while I felt quite pleased with myself for having come up with a motivating way of going about teaching; that is until I realized that I was basically implementing a Project-based Learning approach.
The Guardian (blog) Using project-based learning to engage students with politics The Guardian (blog) Student choice is important in project-based learning; if you want students to spend six weeks on a topic, they need to be invested in it.
This is a quick post to share with you this great resource shared by Bucket Institute of Education, a leading platform in the field of PBL. BIE have compiled a set of interesting materials for principals keen on promoting and advancing the PBL ...
Microsoft Education Australia's Teachers Blog - Support, tips, trick and stories from Australian Teachers for Australian Teachers (RT @pipcleaves: Microsoft Australia launches the 21st Century Learning Design App http://t.co/aMgGz7tP0T...
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