Project-based learning is gaining support in education circles
[caption id="attachment_152762" align="alignleft" width="215"] Students at The Ellis School use the Hummingbird Robotics Kit to explore STEM.[/caption]
When it comes to classrooms today, students want more than the lectures and quiet classrooms of the past. They want technology to use as learning tools, they want to collaborate, and they want to work on projects that are relevant to their learning and the real world.
Through project-based learning (PBL), students achieve a deeper understanding of lessons as they investigate and attempt to solve real-world problems. Part of this...