Focus on Audience for Better PBL Results

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At the end of a project-based learning (PBL) experience, students typically share what they have learned or discovered with an audience. Depending on the project, students might publish their work onl

Cecilia Rosas‘s insight:

Nothing is better than a project that gets community buy-in. Connecting students with an authentic audience is key, to driving engagement and helping students relate what they are learning to the real world. We should try to help students find great opportunities [for real-world problem solving], and then cheerlead them to a great audience

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