EFFECTIVE PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION

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  • 3 Credits ($445)
  • Non-Credit PD ($345)

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AT YOUR PACE

45 hours (self-paced) – 6 months to complete

PARTICIPANTS

K-12 Teachers

CLASSROOM OPENS

Winter 2019

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About this course

Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a very popular approach to help school projects prepare students for the real-world. However, it can be improved and become more effective. By making three major shifts to its design, teachers can make PBL easier to implement and more useful for students. The goal of this course is to provide classroom educators like you with the knowledge, understanding, and methodologies needed to successfully design and apply PBL projects to help prepare your students for academic and professional achievement. This course will help you:

  • Review and appreciate the value of PBL as a teaching and learning tool.
  • Develop and implement effective PBL projects.
  • Cultivate independent and strong learners.
  • Strengthen students’ mindset for tackling real-world problems.
  • Foster critical thinking, communication, and collaboration skills.
  • Empower yourself and your students to succeed.

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Personalized Units

10+

videos + readings

4

learning projects you can use immediately

10+

reflective journaling questions

24/7

Discussion board access

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satisfaction guaranteed

HOW THE COURSE WORKS

Self-Paced | Online | 6 Months To Complete

Learn

Explore impactful research-proven classroom strategies, and uncover which ones work best for you.

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Apply

Safer than real-world testing. Reflective journaling and 4 learning projects guide you to apply what you learn.

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Collaborate

24/7 available Professional Learning Community (PLC) where you can interact with course peers and instructors.

Earn

Earn grad-level credits or non-credit PD hours to meet your salary advancement and recertification requirements.

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