The Power of PBL

Project-based learning has been around for a while. Still, it’s one of the best ways to get your students (and teachers) doing things in their classrooms that actually matter.

I was lucky to be able to contribute to A.J. Juliani’s newest book The PBL Playbook released in early July.

In it, I shared the kind of qualitative data that PBL can bring. Here is a video touching on what I wrote…

Published by Jason Vest

Middle school educator in Henrico County (just outside of Richmond, VA) - 2018 iNACOL Innovator Award Winner - Host of the AfterEd Podcast, focused on individuals around the world that are challenging the status quo in education - Learning should be fun and experiences should raise the bar and the self-awareness of the individual. Outside of the classroom, my passion and focus is on helping all stakeholders reimagine education take action to bring innovation into and out of our schools in RVA, Henrico, and across the Commonwealth. #ReimagineRVA 


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