Use this tab when participating in OCM BOCES PBL 101 four-day workshop.
Examine the research about academic achievement, equity, and experiences.
Watch videos to develop the concept of what PBL IS and what PBL is NOT. The PBL video series includes elementary, middle, and high school PBL experiences while the CTE video series is focused on career and technical PBL experiences.
Download and customize someone else's project for your work in PBL101.--choose from elementary through high school projects in a variety of content areas or choose CTE projects.
Use these resources to help you generate a project idea that complements your grade level and/or content area.
Access content, literacy, and technology standards.
Access rubrics to measure success skills.
Learn more about Gold Standard PBL Design Elements and Teacher Practices.
Check out our annual Connections Event where we help teachers connect with local businesses, community members, and higher education.
Learn about Problem-based Learning (PrBL) in Math and Science and access resources you can use to create your own project or customize someone else's.
Use the ideas on this page to help you plan your PBL project launch.
Public products do not always have to be big events; students might present their learning in a team-led conference with a public audience or emailing the product to an expert. Whatever the public product, a rubric should be used to provide feedback. Use this page to access rubrics you can download and revise as needed.
Managing a PBL experience can be challenging; use the tools on this page to help you manage the project so that deep learning can take place.
This page lists resources you and your students can use to manage the team behavior and participation.
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