Self-directed, Project-based Learning

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Comment by Deirdre Bonnycastle on June 17, 2007 at 3:52pm
I used a project-based model when I home schooled my daughter in elementary school. One day for instance, I came home to find the front door wired with lights and bells. She was reading a basic electricity book and got inspired. Over and over, I saw her take static information and create something new from it.
As a young adult, she organises and directs theatre productions. I believe her early project experience developed an innate skill for self direction and self management that was discouraged when she went to regular school in Grade 10.
Comment by Paul Hamilton on May 29, 2007 at 9:46pm
I very much hope that this is a glimpse into the future of education. This video is positively inspiring, and helps me to be more optimistic.
Comment by Reuven Werber on May 12, 2007 at 3:55pm
Quite inspiring!
Are there any PBL based schools in Israel?
Comment by Terry Eis on May 10, 2007 at 2:33pm
This video is great! I do think it is something that will help illustrate to those who don't "get it" what project-based learning is. The kids also demonstrate what independent learning with support from an "adviser" looks like.

Thanks for sharing this!
Comment by Ginger Lewman on May 9, 2007 at 10:36pm
Love this video as a way to really show a student's perspective of PBL. I like for my PBL kids to work in groups to get their stuff done. Thanks for sharing!


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