This week we highlight 3 articles. 1) Driving Questions 2) When Kids Become Makers 3) Assessment in PBL
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EdScoop Weekly - May 19, 2016
Weekly education news dug up for you by ProjectFoundry.com
Updates on edtech, best practices, posts from our blog and more!
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Driving Questions Driving Students

Elizabeth Cardine, lead teacher at Making Community Connections Charter School (MC2) in Keene, New Hampshire blogs about how her students used guiding questions and proper project planning to create a catapult for a contest at their local festival.

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Ten Things That Happen When Kids Become Makers
1. Students move from being engaged learners to empowered learners. Suddenly they see that their questions matter. They begin to believe that they can do research on their own. They learn how to create and revise without much hand-holding.
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Assessment in Project Based Learning: Frequently Asked Questions

Do those of us that do PBL on a full- time basis still do traditional assessments and give traditional homework assignments?

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