Plan projects with Gold Standard PBL's Essential Project Design Elements.
Explains PBL, details the project, addresses assessment issues, and informs parents how to help.
For quick evaluation of a project's design, to check for Gold Standard PBL's Essential Elements.
This rubric describes beginning, developing, and Gold Standard levels for Project Based Teaching Practices.
This document helps students think about what they did in the project and how well the project went.
This form may be used during a project to have students report on what their team accomplished on a particular day or week.
This form may be used by students to track progress on a project and have them report on what they individually accomplished on a particular day or week.
This document helps a team keep track of project tasks, who is responsible for them, and by when.
This documents helps capture thoughtful feedback from the audience for student presentations.
May be filled in by project team members to record agreements about how they will work together.
This contract can be used by a project team to agree upon how they will work together.
This checklist helps teachers prepare for project presentations before they start.
This planning template can be used to design your next PBL project.
This document helps a team organize what needs to be done, by which team member, and by when.
This document helps students organize their presentations with a specific audience in mind.
This document can be used to help students reflect on how they worked, and on the project itself.
Frame the DQ's initial words, person or entity, action or challenge, and audience/purpose.
The EL Scaffolds for PBL document provides strategies & recommendations to support English Learners.
This planning document is designed to help you list the key project milestones, to represent significant moments or stages.
Plan how to use formative assessment in a project to be sure students are learning content and building 21st century competencies