The George Lucas Educational Foundation has created a professional development module called "Project-Based Learning," the second in a series of free teaching modules developed by education experts to help teachers prepare students for the new, technology-driven demands of the 21st century. According to the site, students who wish to be successful must learn to solve complex problems and use digital-age skills—including high-tech tools and the synthesis of information—to be effective participants in tomorrow's work place. This site defines project-based learning (PBL) for educators, explains why it's an important instructional approaching existing practices. Teachers will find high-quality instructional outlines, suggested activities


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