It can be easy to accidentally let your students go wild during project-based learning time. The key is having strong classroom management parameters in place before you assign a PBL activity! This blog post shares a few teacher-tested suggestions for effective classroom management strategies during PBL, including engaging your kids in the activity at hand, allowing students to explore, and allowing students to get off-task. Click through to read more!
About the Author
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.