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Project Based LearningProject Based Learning

Educators use Project Based Learning to allow students to make projects as they learn certain subjects.

In a schoolyard, one child points a thermometer at the grass, while another writes on a clipboard, and a third watches. An adult woman kneels and points.

Why schoolyards are a critical space for teaching about — and fighting — extreme heat and climate change

A high school girl mixes chemicals during a chemistry experiment.

How science class can inspire students to explore inequities in their communities

Two high school girls and one high school boy in science lab. Students assemble a model wind turbine they constructed.

Project-based learning can make students anxious (and that’s not always a bad thing)

Group of people in circle from diverse culture holding hands.Cooperation and teamwork.Community of friends or volunteers committed to social issues for peace and the environment.Top view

When students' basic needs are met by community schools, learning can flourish

Identity, mastery, belonging and efficacy: Four ways student agency can flourish

How arts practices can be the foundation of teaching and learning

How Culturally Relevant Teaching Can Build Relationships While Students Are Home

How Students Benefit from a School Reopening Plan Designed for Those at the Margins

How Hands-On Projects Can Deepen Math Learning for Teens