Project Based Learning Ideas for Remote Instruction

Photo by Edgar Castrejon on Unsplash I think by now all of the schools in America, and perhaps the world, are closed to the public, and many are operating online.  So what does this mean for the educator interested in project based learning, or the educator who relies heavily on PBL? In this post I want to offer some quick ideas for project based learning tasks you can do remotely.Read More…

Tips, Suggestions, and Ideas for Transitioning to Remote Instruction

So far all the professional business groups I am a part of have been noticeably silent on corona virus.  This is made more obvious by the fact the whole world seems to be going nuts over it. Whether it’s all an over reaction, or people’s behavior and choices will prove wise and justified, is still to be seen, but none-the-less here in the US we are starting to feel the effects of steps tRead More…

4 Types of Project Based Learning in the Classroom

Project Based Learning is a buzz word. It really is. Everyone has their own idea of what it is and how to do it.  However, I believe there are a lot of different ways to implement this strategy, depending on what you want to accomplish, what kind of setting and resources you have, the climate and size of your classroom and school, and so much more. I believe you can get the same benefits in a varRead More…