Project-Based Learning

Prepare Your Students for the 21st Century with Project-Based Learning Techniques

Without proficiency in critical thinking and creativity, students may find it challenging in a job market that is increasingly reliant on these skills. Implementing Strobel Education’s strategies can equip students with these essential skills, preparing them for future success.

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Available Offerings

Explore our diverse array of professional development offerings, each uniquely designed to enhance your teaching strategies, invigorate your classroom dynamics, and spark transformative growth in student learning and engagement.

Teacher Workshop

On-Site Training

Full Day Workshop

Jul 18

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CT

7.5 HOURS

On-Site Training

Discover how to guide students as they take ownership of their learning through project-based learning. Learn how to structure genius hour in your classroom in a way that integrates standards and learning objectives.

Online Course

Benefits of Strobel's Project-Based Learning Offerings

Transformative Learning

Our professional development offerings drive meaningful changes in teaching practices, leading to an improved learning environment.

Expert Guidance

Receive guidance from highly-skilled educators with years of practical classroom and consulting experience.

Practical Application

Leverage our digital resource bundle and practical resources to streamline your teaching efforts. Utilize these tools for actionable strategies and to garner professional development hours.

How To Begin...

Step 1: Choose

Browse our range of professional development offerings to find one that suits your and your school’s needs. We have an online course, workshop, and on-site training covering Project-Based Learning.

Step 2: Learn

Once you’ve selected the professional development offering that fits your needs, immerse yourself in a learning journey with Strobel Education’s highly qualified speakers and instructors. Our experts are ready to share their in-depth knowledge, real-world insights, and effective strategies in Project-Based Learning.

Step 3: Implement

With newfound knowledge and strategies from our professional development offerings, apply what you’ve learned directly into your classroom. Witness the transformative power of Project-Based Learning as student engagement and academic performance elevate.

Feeling uncertain about where to start? Don’t worry! We are here to provide all the help you need. Get in touch with us and let’s navigate this journey together.

Frequently Asked Questions

 Project-Based Learning (PBL) is an instructional approach that encourages students to learn by actively engaging in real-world and meaningful projects. In PBL, students are led to explore, investigate, and respond to complex questions, problems, or challenges, facilitating comprehensive understanding and mastery of academic content.

 Project-Based Learning encourages individual creativity and innovation by granting students the autonomy to decide how they approach tasks and solve problems, leading to unique, creative solutions. It promotes a student-led environment where they explore multiple solutions to a given problem, fostering innovation and critical thinking.

To incorporate Project-Based Learning (PBL) into your curriculum, identify your learning objectives then create or choose real-world projects that align. Shift your role to a facilitator, steering students towards critical thinking and skill application. Hand in hand with Strobel Education, tap into our array of complementary resources like lesson plans and workbooks to seamlessly weave PBL into your teaching.

Any real-world task or project that encourages students to investigate and respond to a complex question, problem or challenge can be considered Project-Based Learning. Projects could range from addressing community issues to designing a prototype of a product, crafting comprehensive presentations on chosen topics, or any other tasks that spur students to actively apply their learning.

Implementing PBL requires a shift from traditional teaching methods and may initially be met with resistance from both educators and students. Curriculum and assessment structures may need to be adapted which could involve institutional red tape. It could also be time-consuming and may necessitate substantial preparation and resources. Additionally, students might struggle with the independence and critical thinking required for PBL if they’re accustomed to traditional lecture-based teaching.

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