After a tumultuous year, students can use project-based learning resources to keep their brains sharp and avoid learning loss

Using project-based learning to reverse the summer slide


After a tumultuous year, students can use project-based learning resources to keep their brains sharp and avoid learning loss


The shift to distance and hybrid learning this past year has caused many families and teachers to worry that their students are falling behind. eSchool News sat down with project-based learning experts Bob Lenz, CEO of the nonprofit PBLWorks, and Laureen Adams, the former curriculum and program manager for PBLWorks, to talk about what parents, caregivers, and teachers can do this

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