This week we highlight 3 articles. 1) Failure 2) Maker-Enhanced Projects 3) A PBL World
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EdScoop Weekly - September 8, 2016
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How Failure and Solving Real Problems Helps This School Thrive

Principal Tony Donen says science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education is not about having more of those things, it’s about teaching those things through projects that integrate them and the process skills required to work together, figure things out and come up with a unique idea in the first place.

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Five Ways to Ensure Real Learning Happens in Maker-Enhanced Projects

Implementing project-based learning well isn’t easy, especially when many teachers are more accustomed to direct instruction, when they can be sure they’ve at least touched on all the topics in the curriculum. On top of the push toward projects, some educators are also embracing maker-education, a distinct but often overlapping idea.

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Preparing Students for a Project-Based World

Featuring blogs, podcasts and videos with students, teachers and leaders in the United States and internationally, as well as insights from people in the business community, this publication makes the case for high-quality project-based learning (PBL) as a way to optimally prepare students for the project-based world they are inheriting.

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