Project Based Learning Done Right … 10 Misconceptions: Plus… 10 Resources to Raise Your PBL Bar

Project Based Learning Done Right … 10 Misconceptions: Plus… 10 Res...

by Michael Gorman

I wanted to take a moment to share some of the thoughts I often hear from educators as I travel the country providing PBL Professional Development. I really believe it might be a helpful read for those wanting to make that PBL possibility in their school or district. Before continuing, I would appreciate having you take a moment to subscribe to this Blog by RSS or email and follow me at (mjgormans). Taking that moment ensures that we can continue to network, something that is very magical to me. Also, please share this post with others and even provide a re-tweet.  Last, please check my Booking Page to see how I could be part of your school PD or Conference plans.  I have some great posts coming your way involving PBL, STEM, Tech Integration and Makers. Most of all, thanks for being one of those over 30,000 visitors a month and over 14,000 subscribers.  I would appreciate it if you pass this special post on to others through email , your blog, school newsletter, or a retweet!  Help me honor all of those amazing educators!

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Project Based Learning Done Right … 10 Misconceptions: Plus… 10 Resources to Raise the PBL Bar (https://21centuryedtech.wordpress.com/)

As I travel from state to state providing professional development in regards to Project Based Learning I see a confusion as to what Project Based Learning really is. Comments I constantly hear are phrases such as:

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