Project-Based Learning

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Feb 23, 2015
In this new resource, instructors and TAs planning a syllabus or currently teaching can find a wealth of practical ideas for use in and out of the classroom. What the suggestions share in common is that they take advantage of students' familiarity with social media and digital technologies.
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May 6, 2014
Students are often "allergic" to group work, with its scheduling nightmares and accountability issues, even though it can be so valuable. Here are some effective remedies.
May 3, 2007
While there are many advantages to project-based courses, they are often labor-intensive and expensive.  I will describe my experience with inexpensive, project-based courses with large enrollments (up to 100 students) that have been very successf
Learn more about building students’ ability to develop creative, realistic, tangible solutions to sometimes difficult problems through teamwork.
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