5 Ways to Collectively Improve PBL Practice
As many schools and districts are moving toward PBL as a way to develop the skills, knowledge, and mindsets of learners, teachers are finding they need more time to plan and collaborate, opportunities to get feedback from peers, and learn about new and better strategies. As a result, districts have shortened schools days, utilized guest teachers or creatively configured the schedule to allow for non-teaching time to be built into the school day. This is a good thing, however, just providing the time isn’t always enough.
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