Project-based learning (PBL) is becoming increasingly popular. But it's easier to call something "project-based learning" than it is to develop rigorous, effective projects. The Buck Institute for Education developed guidelines for "gold standard" project-based learning to help guide teachers and schools looking to make the most of project-based learning.
In this webinar, we'll be joined by John Larmer, the editor-in-chief at the Buck Institute for Education, and two expert project-based learning practitioners to discuss the "gold standard" project-based learning elements and the challenges and possibilities inherent in this approach.
Guests:Andre Daughty, Buck Institute for Education national faculty and educational technology instructor in Oklahoma City Public Schools
John Larmer, editor-in-chief, Buck Institute for Education, and co-developer of the "gold standard project-based learning" guidelines
Eric Wycoff, Buck Institute for Education national faculty and social studies teacher, El Molino High School, Forestville, Calif.
This webinar will be moderated by Jaclyn Zubrzycki, contributing writer, Education Week