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3 Keys to Making Project-Based Learning Work During Distance Learning

Michael McDowell – Edutopia |

There is an opportunity here to give students a chance to discuss the challenges of their own environment, the barrage of news they face daily, and the core content they need for long-term success. One of the best options to meet these demands is for students to engage in rigorous problem- or project-based learning (PBL)—an approach that ensures students develop high rigor and experience high relevance by solving problems or completing tasks in a remote or face-to-face environment.

Michael McDowell, EdD, serves as the superintendent of the Ross School District in California.

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