Project-Based Learning is an instructional method which situates learning in real-world contexts.
- Engages students in complex, real-world problem solving.
- Is academically rigorous, while demonstrating that the acquisition of
knowledge is dynamic, complex and a lifelong pursuit.
- Is relevant to students and the community.
- Empowers students as active learners.
Project-Based Learning is:
- A practice: the process of crafting complex multidimensional projects.
- A paradigm: changing the dynamics and relationships within your classrooms.
- A shift in focus from teaching to learning.
- A way for teachers to constantly reflect and grow in their own development.
To learn more about how to implement project based learning in your school or classroom click on one of the design principles.