Jumping into project-based learning is both exciting and overwhelming. You don’t want to jump into it without a plan, which is why this blog post about four things you need for your project-based learning planning template is so important! You want PBL to be successful for both you and your students, no matter if you’re doing PBL in math, science, English language arts, or social studies. These tips are for teachers of all grade levels, so read it now!
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April began her career as a 5th grade teacher in 2008 and quickly developed a passion for creating engaging educational materials to share with fellow teachers. She now works with districts around the country, training their teachers and leaders on how to implement research-based strategies and differentiation techniques that meet the needs of diverse learners.