Teacher's Guide to Project-based Learning.
This guide is for teachers. It explains how to design and run projects for students that begin with an enquiry and end with a tangible, publicly exhibited product.
There are six main sections:
Section 1: Introduction - explains what project-based learning is, and why more and more teachers are doing it.
Section 2: Inspiration - Shows the work that students created in five real life projects,
with some information about how the projects worked.
Section 3: Foundations - introduces the three keys to successful project-based learning: multiple drafts, critique, and exhibition.
Section 4: Execution - a guide to planning and running projects.
Section 5: Integration - explains how to build a ‘culture of excellence’, which will encourage students to do great work of lasting value.
Section 6: Conculsion - the final section wraps it all up. (By Alec Patton)
Via David Truss, Maggie Verster, Lynnette Van Dyke, Jim Lerman