Jane Krauss, co-author of the best selling Reinventing Project-Based Learning: Your Field Guide to Real-World Projects in the Digital Age discusses her new Project-Based Learning Immersion eCourse series.
The Project-Based Learning Immersion: shift your classroom from traditional to a passion-based approach
Learn to shift from a traditional to project-based learning approach in your classroom with 3 courses from best-selling author Jane Krauss. Our new program, the Project-Based Learning Immersion, will get you to a passion-based approach with your students.
My teaching mission is simple yet absolutely necessary to helping my students prepare for their futures. I began this school year with a list of questions that could help me envision, plan, reflect and maintain focus on where my students and I needed to be when the last bell rings in late May. Out of my personal questioning and reflection came what would be the essential question for my 11th grade social studies students during our time together: “What does it mean to be a citizen nationally, globally and digitally?”
While some teachers may wonder about the merits of PBL, Iâ€™m sold. My high school students have learned much more in an inquiry classroom than others did when we had a traditional one. PBL allows them to have a say in what they learn and how they present their knowledge. Every semester Iâ€™m impressed by the hard work and energy my students pour into their projects. Here’s the story of our biology projects this year.