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View Resource Houghton Mifflin's Project-Based Learning Space

This self-contained (single page) website by the publishing giant Houghton Mifflin provides a concise and useful overview of problem-based learning intended for K-12 educators. It provides an overiew of the underlying educational theory, discusses the implementation of the method with specific application to the social sciences.

View Resource Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Handbook: Creating an MST Environment

This chapter from the Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Handbook provides an overview of how to structure a materials science and technology curriculum. Topics include curriculum philosophy, course of study, student projects, the laboratory journal, and working in small groups. Drawings and diagrams help illustrate the concepts. This document will serve as a framework for instructors...

View Resource Integrating Disciplines in Project-Based Learning

In this professional development video from Getting Results, instructors from different disciplines fit content from their disciplines into one integrated project that simulates a real-world problem. The instructors?from physics, technology, math, and communications disciplines?discuss the project and work with their students. One instructor explains that each course revolves around a rea...

View Resource Intel Education Initiative: Free Teaching Tools and Resources

This site offers free technology, math, science, and language arts resources for K-12 educators with a special emphasis on project-based collaborative student-centered learning. Intel's 21st century teaching and learning resources are designed to facilitate critical thinking skills, and promote fun science learning activities and questions. The site includes online professional development...

View Resource Visual Literacy

A site with different ways of presenting information in a visual way that is more comprehensive than the standard bar, pie charts, and tables. The Periodic Table of Visualization Methods shows over one-hundred different examples. The page provides great interactive resources to better explain the concepts featured.

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