May be filled in by project team members to record agreements about how they will work together.
This document helps a team organize what needs to be done, by which team member, and by when.
This document helps a team keep track of project tasks, who is responsible for them, and by when.
This checklist helps teachers prepare for project presentations before they start.
This documents helps capture thoughtful feedback from the audience for student presentations.
This document helps students organize their presentations with a specific audience in mind.
This document helps students think about what they did in the project and how well the project went.
This document can be used to help students reflect on how they worked, and on the project itself.
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.
A learning log is a tool that students use during the project to keep track of their questions and learning generated through their research. This guide offers strategies for teaching students to use learning logs to support inquiry throughout a project.
Norms are the agreed upon rules that build a productive, self-driven, and respectful culture. These norms, especially when co-created with students, can serve as the “north star” or guiding philosophy for all that happens in a classroom.
Critique protocols are structured processes that guide students in giving and receiving high quality feedback. This guide offers strategies for implementing peer critique protocols that enhance learning and improve the quality of student work.
The team contract is a document introduced at the start of each project that asks project teams to think through and agree on how students will individually contribute to the team, how the members will work together, and how problems will be solved when they arise.
How to use project walls to manage and display student learning in the classroom.
Whether your students exhibit their work products during the course of the project, at the end, or both, you’ll want to have many sets of eyes on their public products. An audience feedback form is a tool used to actively engage the audience at an exhibition.
Exit tickets are brief formative assessments and/or reflection routines that students complete and submit at the end of a lesson or class period. This guide includes strategies for using exit tickets to support assessment and reflection within the context of PBL.
Effective teams require us to think carefully about the kind of work students will be doing throughout the project. What outcomes are most important? How can we utilize teams so students effectively reach those outcomes?
The need to know questions that initiated inquiry at the beginning of the project are central to students’ learning as they follow the project path. Need to know questions are revisited throughout the project in order to track learning and support sustained inquiry.
Helping all students (including English Language Learners) become fluent in the language of a project’s targeted content is an essential part of teaching in a PBL classroom.