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PBL Spotlight: Pakistan Kindergarteners Tackle Food Waste

PBL Spotlight: Pakistan Kindergarteners Tackle Food Waste

PBL Spotlight: Pakistan Kindergarteners Tackle Food Waste Over the past few years TeachThought PD has worked with educators from TNS Beaconhouse school in Lahore, Pakistan on PBL professional learning. Deputy Head, Kanwal Babar Malik was gracious enough to share the...
How Single-Point Rubrics Can Improve Student Work

How Single-Point Rubrics Can Improve Student Work

How Single-Point Rubrics Can Improve Student Work by Drew Perkins Developing and using rubrics with students has long been a challenge for educators. Sometimes it’s an afterthought for teachers once they’ve planned their lesson or unit. It’s most...
4 Keys To Sustainable School-Wide PBL

4 Keys To Sustainable School-Wide PBL

4 Keys To Sustainable School-Wide PBL by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PD How can we create a sustainable PBL implementation plan? That’s the question we use to help school leaders lay the foundation for introducing and growing project-based learning in...
50 Smart Ideas For Project-Based Learning

50 Smart Ideas For Project-Based Learning

A Better List Of Ideas For Project-Based Learningby TeachThought StaffAt TeachThought, we’re huge fans of project-based learning.While there is no magic bullet of practice, program, or framework that automatically produces progressive and effective learning,...
5 Examples Of Project-Based Learning Protocols

5 Examples Of Project-Based Learning Protocols

5 Examples Of Project-Based Learning Protocolsby Michele Mattoon, Director of the National School Reform FacultyHave you worked with project-based learning protocols?Schools design Project-Based Learning (PBL) because the process helps engage students in learning and...
How To “Pull” Deeper Learning Through PBL

How To “Pull” Deeper Learning Through PBL

How To “Pull” Deeper Learning Through PBLby Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PDOne criticism of constructivist, some might say progressive, education (and in particular PBL) is that it lacks ‘real content’ learning by students.This might be true of...