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Michigan State University College of Education News
With growing concern about the “COVID slide” effects of distance learning, researchers at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan have developed two project-based learning studies that seek to help teachers boost student engagement- Multiple Literacies in Project-Based Learning and Project Place.
Bell, Susan. "USC Dornsife researcher investigates a new approach to Advanced Placement teaching and learning." USC Dornsife. 21 July 2017. Web. 23 Aug. 2017.
Promising results from a pilot study led by Anna Saavedra of the Center for Economic and Social Research (CESR) and supported by the George Lucas Educational Foundation could herald a shift in traditional approaches to education.
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A Research-Backed Science Curriculum
Watch to see the Equity in Science Education curriculum in action in the San Francisco Unified School District, where middle school students work collaboratively on science projects.Learn More
Democratic Knowledge Project
The Democratic Knowledge Project is a project-based learning civics initiative that includes a year-long 8th-grade civics curriculum, Civic Engagement in Our Democracy.Learn More
Sprocket is a free online portal for teachers to access full-year project-based learning courses. It also includes an online community where teachers are able to share ways to implement and adapt the courses.Learn More
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