The Differences Between Projects And Project-Based Learning

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  via Edudemic There’s a big difference between using projects in the classroom versus project-based learning in the classroom. What are those differences, you ask? Lucky for you, friEdTechnol…

Cecilia Rosas‘s insight:

Projects can be done at home without teacher guidance or team collaboration. They are based upon directions and they’re usually done like last year, or end of term activity.

On the flip side, Project-Based Learning is a fluid technique to enhance learning that really looks nothing like projects. For example, in a PBL scenario, the teacher’s work is typically done prior to the start of the project, it’s graded on a clearly defined rubric, and has driving questions that keep the learning going.

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