5 Ideal Traits Of A Project-Based Learning Teacher

5 Ideal Traits Of A Project-Based Learning Teacher

5 Ideal Traits Of A PBL Teacher by Mike Kaechele, TeachThought PD Facilitator The past few years I have worked with many teachers introducing the components of Project-Based Learning (PBL) and helping them design their own projects. Sometimes it has been a teacher’s...
12 Myths About Project-Based Learning

12 Myths About Project-Based Learning

12 Myths About Project-Based Learning by Terry Heick Simple premise: What are the most common myths about project-based learning? Put another way, what do we misunderstand about PBL that keeps it from realizing its full potential? At TeachThought, we’re...
3 Ways To Differentiate In Project-Based Learning

3 Ways To Differentiate In Project-Based Learning

3 Ways To Differentiate In Project-Based Learning by John McCarthy, EdS, TeachThought PD Facilitator Differentiation in Project-Based Learning Units Project-Based Learning (PBL) units are a perfect structure for differentiation so all can learn. The role of Student...
5 Reasons Why PBL May Not Be Working At Your School

5 Reasons Why PBL May Not Be Working At Your School

5 Reasons Why PBL May Not Be Working At Your Schoolby Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PDIs the project-based learning happening, but not working?You’ve read the books, liked and retweeted the tweets, listened to the podcasts, drank the Kool-Aid, and brought...