Poject-Based Learning

How to Create a Project-Based Learning Lesson

How to Create a Project-Based Learning Lesson

As we discussed the pros and cons of project-based learning in our last article, let’s dive into how to create a project-based learning lesson.
Project-based Learning (PBL) is not a new term or concept. It has been around for over a century, but there has been a considerable push in teachers’ teaching, with the outcome being some projects within the last decade. It encourages students to use critical thinking skills and start to develop 21st- century skills by answer a question or …

Pros and Cons of Project-Based Learning

Pros and Cons of Project-Based Learning

With a big push in Project-Based Learning in the last decade, educators are beginning to wonder if it is all cut up to be. It is so time-consuming to implement, and students may not buy-in to a different style. We will examine the pros and cons of Project-Based Learning. But, before we jump into that, let’s look at what Project-Based Learning is and how it differs from Problem-Based Learning.
What is Project-Based Learning?