Project-Based Learning: Engaging the 21st Century Learner, Part I

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Project-Based Learning is a teaching strategy wherein students learn by actively engaging in meaningful projects with real-world applicability. This course provides an overview of and guides participants through the development and implementation of project-based lessons. Participants will take an in-depth look at the four core benefits of a project-based lessons to include: student-centered learning, a sense of relevancy for students, the role of teacher as facilitator and inspiring life-long learning for students.

By the end of this course participants will understand the differences between project based learning and conventional teaching methods. Additionally, participants will end this course designing collaborative learning activities that support student learning in the project-based learning process. This 20 renewal credit course is designed for teachers of all subject areas and grade levels.

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