Join us for the first episode in a six-part series focused on supporting the social and emotional health of teachers, students, and families during COVID-19.
You are already doing so many great things, but what if you could make some adjustments and engage students in authentic, real-world problem-solving? Join us as we dive deep into project-based learning.
Let’s go deeper into the key elements of project-based learning and explore strategies to support student reflection, critique, and revision.
Learn how to help students analyze, synthesize, interpret, and communicate the results of their inquiry during the fifth step in the ANSWERS inquiry process.
Empower students with strategies and tools to create animations for digital storytelling, classroom communication, and personal reflections on the learning process.
To sift through the vast quantities of misleading information presented to us each day, we need to develop the skills that will inform us how to avoid being misled.
Welcome back to Teacher Insights! Meet Annie Tremonte, a Digital Learning Coach and ELA/Social Studies Facilitator in the Renton School District in Washington. Annie talks about her experiences with project-based learning, sharing how she has learned to embrace the complexity and the messiness of the process to provide her students with real-world problem-solving opportunities.
Discover how to help students develop skills for living in a knowledge-based society through the implementation of project-based learning.
Learn how to help students apply critical thinking, note-taking, and organizational skills as they weave information together during the fourth step in the ANSWERS inquiry process.
Explore strategies and tools that can be used to increase student voice and choice during project-based learning.