This week we highlight 3 articles. 1) PBL Basics 2) Project or Activity 3) Startup Culture
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EdScoop Weekly - July 7, 2016
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Project Based Learning: Start Here

One reason PBL might be hard for some teachers to start is that there’s just so much stuff out there about it. Who has time to wade through it all? To solve this problem, Jennifer Gonzalez went out in search of the clearest, most authoritative information on PBL and put together a collection of materials that will help you get your feet wet.

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Is it a Project or an Activity? Project-Based Learning and its Cousins

A project is a multistep activity undertaken by an individual or group to achieve a particular aim. With that broad definition there’s a lot of project-based learning happening in schools these days. Some is better than others and there are a lot of variations: some thin, some deep; some teacher-led, some student-driven; some with clear deliverables, and some very open-ended.

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Create a Startup Culture in Your Classroom

Many educators are looking to the unique culture exemplified by startup companies. Both nimble and energized, today's startups are redefining how "work" looks by championing disruption in innovation and enterprise. Fueled by passion and charged with a desire to make a positive impact in our world, startups creatively incorporate voice and choice, flexibility, personality, and fun into learning and working environments.

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Project Foundry simplifies how to get your arms around personalized, project-based learning. Project Foundry scaffolds the process while embracing voice and choice in both teacher-guided and student-led projects. You want to report outcome data? Yeah, we do that too.
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