Powerful Project-Based Learning Practices

Publication November 20192 pages19V20w

This quick-reference guide presents examples of teacher and student behaviors and learning artifacts found in classrooms that embrace SREB’s six Powerful Project-Based Learning Instructional Practices:

  1. Plan Authentic, Intellectually Demanding Project-Based Learning Units Where Students Master Significant Content and Skills
  2. Utilize Sustained, In-Depth Inquiry
  3. Engage Students in a Collaborative Problem-Solving/Design Process
  4. Foster a Classroom Environment That Supports Student Ownership of Learning
  5. Engage in Ongoing and Purposeful Feedback, Revision and Reflection
  6. Include Community Partners in Project Planning, Implementation and Reflection