PBL. for the 21 st century. Out-of-School Time Project Based Learning:. Preparing Your Site and Staff Buck Institute for Education Public Health Management Corporation June 2009. Get Ready for Success with Project-Based Learning. Why introduce PBL to your site?.
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for the 21st century
Preparing Your Site and Staff
Buck Institute for Education
Public Health Management Corporation
Resilient behaviors/internal assets
Goals and aspirations
Improved health, social, academic and culturally appreciative outcomes
1 –2 life skills
Habits of Mind
New Brunswick Gender Project
Begin with the end in mind
Manage the process
Craft the Driving Question
Map the project
in Boston—started with a question
Can science be used to solve crimes?
Would you trust your guilt or innocence to science?
How can we reduce asthma in our neighborhood?
Are efforts to reduce lead poisoning in our neighborhood effective?
Community Mapping Project
My Art, My Voice
--‘Facilitation versus instruction’
--Making time in your schedule for PBL
--Adapting sample project plans to fit your context
--Using Web resources (project libraries, Edutopia videos) to learn more
Keep a Project Based Learning Binder with:
Create a separate binder for each Project and keep it on site
Buck Institute for Education resources include:
BIE is dedicated to improving 21st Century teaching and learning by creating and disseminating knowledge, products, and practices for effective project-based learning
These organizations offer examples of youth projects that offer a high degree of engagement and youth voice:
Promise of Placewww.promiseofplace.org
What Kids Can Dohttp://whatkidscando.org