A guide to successful project-based learning

01/27/2013 | Education Week Teacher

For successful project-based learning, teachers should use best practices from other schools, use real-world issues, allow time for feedback and revision, and build student ownership, writes education consultant Suzie Boss. In this blog post, she urges teachers to avoid making project-based learning an afterthought and not to forget to allow time for students to reflect on their work as a way to set goals for future projects.

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