Creating a School or District Project Library

Project Based Learning is more than just what happens in the classroom. For PBL to thrive, school and district leaders need to support teachers, encourage innovation and celebrate success. One way to do that is to build a project library – a virtual location used to store and access exemplar projects created by local teachers. In addition to being a resource for sharing projects, the library is a way to honor and celebrate the high-quality work of PBL teachers. And, of course, having a supply of already-made, classroom-tested projects on hand can save teachers’ planning time and help ensure results.

The BIE website has a curated project library that houses project examples that can be used for inspiration and customized by teachers. We encourage all of our partner districts to also create a local project library.