What do you need to know to plan primary project based learning? PBL is great for any grade level, but there are a few more things you need to think about when trying to incorporate project-based learning in the primary grades. Modifications and accommodations are important to help set your primary students up for success with their PBL activities. Just know that project based learning in the primary grades is very guided, and it’s OK to ask for help! Click through to read more.
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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.