Creative Teaching & Learning

How to plan for project-based learning

Although famously learner-led, project-based learning does require a fair amount of teacher planning to be at its most successful. Alexis Shea continues her series on strategies for successful PBL with a step-by-step guide to planning a project from beginning to end.
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Learning habits are so important to success in life, yet time is so rarely dedicated to developing them in school. We take for granted skills like being able to communicate effectively with people in a range of contexts, knowing how to create a plan of action to achieve a long-term goal and staying resilient in the face of challenges. It is these competencies which employers are saying young people entering the workforce are lacking, so we cannot assume that all learners will simply pick them up as a matter of course.

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