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The Enduring Residue Of Project-Based Learning PD

The Enduring Residue Of Project-Based Learning PD

The Enduring Residue Of Project Based Learning PD by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development TeachThought readers have probably figured out that I’m a big fan of Project-Based Learning. I think it’s a potential game-changer for the...
The PBL Mindset For Leadership

The PBL Mindset For Leadership

The PBL Mindset for Leadershipby Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PDIn a recent blog post (How the Culture of Achievement is Hurting Our Schools) I noted the dangers of chasing achievement and scores in lieu of creating a culture focused on teaching and...
5 Barriers To More Authentic Teaching And Learning

5 Barriers To More Authentic Teaching And Learning

5 Barriers To More Authentic Teaching And LearningBy Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PDSchool should be different. Teaching should be different. Learning should be different. In most cases it’s not.The pieces and parts of most schools and school days...
Spotlight: Student Work In Project Based Learning

Spotlight: Student Work In Project Based Learning

Spotlight: Student Work In Project Based Learning by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PD Grow with >> TeachThought PD PBL Workshops Recently Abby Griffy, a school leader from a district with which I’ve worked developing project-based learning...
Spotlight: Elementary Students (i)Hop Into Project-Based Learning

Spotlight: Elementary Students (i)Hop Into Project-Based Learning

Spotlight: Elementary Students (I)Hop Into Project-Based Learningby Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought PDContinuing in our series of showcasing student (and teacher) work in project-based learning we return to Marshall Co., Kentucky to share more from district...