Project Based Learning

  • Convincing other teachers to try Project Based Learning (Coming Soon)
  • The three year plan of incorporating a yearlong PBL (Coming Soon)
  • So You're A New Teacher and You Want to Do Something Different (Coming Soon)
  • Becoming involved with History Forge (Coming Soon)

“Students work on a project over an extended period of time- from a week up to a semester- that engages them in solving a real-world problem or answering¬† complex question. They demonstrate their knowledge and skills by developing a public product or presentation for a real audience.” ~PBLWorks

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For teaching history and social studies, Project Based Learning creates the opportunity for students to demonstrate how they will utilize their skills to better their communities and understanding of society. Through Project Based Learning, students become better citizens.

Meet The Teachers and Their Projects

Taylor Hamblin-National History Day-8th Grade U.S. History
Jim Mclain-National History Day-7th Grade Language Arts
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