Project-based learning is one instructional approach in a teacher’s repertoire. While it is effective with giving students important 21st-century skills and connecting ideas across subject areas, it is not the only approach for teaching all skills and knowledge. Teachers who move to project-based instruction face challenges as they shift from traditional practices.
Changing Roles >
Read about the change in roles for teachers and students as they move to technology-supported projects in the classroom.
Broadening Relationships >
Learn how relationships grow inside the classroom to the local community and to the broader world with project work.
Evolving Views >
See how curriculum specifications and tests, classroom organization, and time are viewed from a different perspective in a project-based environment.
Read how teachers overcome challenges of changing classroom practice: