This week we highlight 3 articles. 1) Managing Collaboration 2) Updating PBL 3) Gold Standard PBL
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EdScoop Weekly - May 6, 2016
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Managing Collaboration in the PBL Classroom

Undoubtedly, the ability to work in a team to create and produce is one of the most important traits desired by today’s world. As we create generations of students that need to be prepared for the unknown and rapidly advancing technology, teachers must discover ways to manage the collaborative process.

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8 Switches To Update Project-Based Learning In The 21st Century

1. From Formula to Design.
Solid PBL methods form the foundation for good project design, but great PBL depends on a fluid, personalized, knowledgeable, and mindful approach from the teacher/facilitator, who operates as part of a triad of environment, students, and teacher needs and direction.

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Gold Standard PBL: Managing Activities

Managing the varied and more team-based, lively activities found in a project might seem daunting to teachers new to PBL. But as is true with assessing student learning, another of the Project Based Teaching Practices in our model for Gold Standard PBL, managing activities during a project combines the familiar with the new.

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