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Components of PBL

Project Based Learning changes learning in a whole new and exciting way.  But unless it is implemented correctly, it will not do what it can to increase student learning of essential skills.  Below is a brief list of components of PBL that need to be addressed in order for it to successful:

  • student centered/student ownership (voice & choice)
  • learning outcomes or essential skills (usually associated with 21st Century Skills)
  • scaffolding
  • group and individual accountability
  • real-world application
  • driving question
  • formative & summative assessments
  • feedback

This is not an inclusive list but does include items that seem essential for implementation.


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