Our Focus on Project Based Learning

Our principal and teachers have received specialized training in Project Based Learning (PBL) and are thrilled with the depth it adds to more traditional methods.

 

PBL is distinctive in that it encourages students to identify real-world problems or issues, and then develop solutions, learning as they go. The following is a list of elements that are typically involved in the project-based learning process:

"PBL doesn't replace content. It asks the teacher to create a vehicle in which to communicate that content."

*The above is a paraphrased excerpt from Heather Wolpert-Gawson's book, "DIY Project-Based Learning for ELA and History." To learn more about the PBL World, please click on the graphics below.