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…

5 free online resources to help support your PBL efforts

Photo by Avel Chuklanov on Unsplash In the teaching profession there is nothing more helpful and valuable than free, ready-made, and easy to use resources.  If we can save time on the planning and preparing end, that frees up more time for ALL.THE.THINGS.  Here are some of my top 5 favorite free resources! 1. desmos.com Desmos.com started as an online graphing tool, and it Read More…

Ways You May ALREADY Be Doing Project/Task Based Learning!

As I dive down this rabbit hole that is project/task based learning, I am finding more and more that this type of learning (or desire to teach this way) is actually more prevalent than most people realize.   First of all, there are the numerous terms used for essentially the same type of learning, such as; Project Based Learning 🔹Task Based Learning 🔹Problem Based Learning 🔹ExperientiaRead More…

Why Project Based Learning?

Hi, and welcome to PBLS: Project Based Learning Supports.  Here we support the efforts of project based learning, or task based learning, through classroom activity resources, teacher resources, discussions, training’s and more! The term “Project Based Learning” stems from the idea that learning about content in a project or application setting (essentially in a situation where the content wouldRead More…