There are many reasons why Project-Based Learning is an effective way for students to learn. But teachers and school leaders typically come away with at least one of the following questions:
- How do you truly sustain the implementation of project-based learning?
- How can we enhance the conversations and time spent during teacher collaboration?
- How can we effectively integrate social and emotional learning into the curriculum so that it is not a set aside initiative?
After years of research, study, and conversations with educators around the country, we’ve created a process that answers these common questions.
Our model we call Sustainable Project-Based Learning promotes student academic growth through project-based learning, student growth in skills through social and emotional learning, and deeper conversations during teacher collaboration time through teacher action research. To learn more about Sustainable Project-Based Learning, check out our book at the link below.