The Learning Renaissance

Projects and Purposeful Project-Based Learning

There is a common popular misconception that project-based learning lacks rigour and challenge. This is because there is misunderstanding of the methodology, assessment focus and engagement for learners engaged in a well conceived project.

This infographic clarifies the purposes and methodology behind project-based learning…
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Source: What’s the Difference Between ‘Doing Projects’ and ‘Project-Based Learning’? | TeachBytes

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