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  • Brittany McDonald

    Project Based Learning. I am capable of doing this in my English classroom?

  • Lara Lovett

    Teachbytes.com brings to teachers, "What’s the Difference Between “Doing Projects” and “Project Based Learning”? (2013), which is a valuable distinction as science teachers in particular enter the Next Generation Science Standards and the 21st Century Learners. -LL

  • Mrs. H Ramsey

    A Must-Have Rubric for Effective Implementation of PBL in Your School - great differentiation between a project and project based learning

  • Dawna Schultz

    Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: project based learning

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