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Project-Based Learning (PBL) goes beyond the worksheet to show students how and when their math skills interact with real-life applications while providing engaging, scaffolded lesson opportunities for higher order thinking. Elementary students are no stranger to asking the age old question of “why do I need to know this?” A PBL activity in mathematics can be just the answer a teacher needs. The Project-Based Math Library, available for upper elementary, has tons of options to breath relevance and hands-on opportunities into elementary mathematics.
One of the most challenging things about being a gifted and talented teacher is that the high achieving students that enter my classroom may not
I get a lot of emails from teachers asking how to evaluate project-based learning activities and what to put in the gradebook. So, I will
You may have heard differently, but I’m here to say that you can use project-based learning all year long. It’s not only a fun end-of-the-year
Have you ever wondered what to include in literacy centers? I really struggled with even trying them when I first started teaching. Finding all the
I’m absolutely obsessed with literacy centers. But it hasn’t always been that way. When I was a new teacher, I was excited to do literacy