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Getting Started with Project-Based Learning

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Have you ever considered trying project-based learning in your classroom, but wondered if it was right for you and your students? Join Nicholas Provenzo, The Nerdy Teacher, as he explains how he has changed the way he runs his classroom by moving away from stand-and-lecture to project-based learning, and why he couldn't be happier. More importantly, his students couldn't be happier! Nicholas will talk about the pros and cons of moving to project-based learning and discuss how any teacher can get started using project-based learning in his or her class.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, March 7, 2017 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Learning Theories & Strategies, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: blended learning, learning strategies, project-based learning, student projects

Reviews (32)

Full Member
Eye opening. This helps me to give into my creative side and not always be so stuck in rules!
Full Member
Enjoyed this very much
Full Member
Enjoyed very educational!
Full Member
This was very eye opening. As teachers, we don't want to educate the creativity out of students, we want them to learn and use their various abilities to do so. I really enjoyed this. I'm already trying to think of ways to implement this in my science classes!
Full Member
I loved this webinar. As someone who has always wanted to step into PBL, this was a wonderful motivating presentation on why it is important to do so.
Full Member
I love the idea of that instead of students showing understand through paper pencil they demonstrate through project, this opens the opportunity for creativity.
Full Member
Great webinar.
Full Member
I am excited to incorporate more project based learning in my classroom!
Full Member
Love the focus of keeping PBL's simple
Basic Member
I like the idea of PBL. It seems more beneficial for everyone(student & teacher).
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