Problem-based learning gets a “make”-over: supercharging projects with maker mindsets and technology

Schools around the world are embracing the idea of authentic hands-on technology-rich projects for students that support all subject areas. Students say these experiences are powerful and engaging. Teachers agree!

But often there seems to be no time to integrate these experiences into the classroom. Curriculum is overstuffed with facts and assessment tests loom large. How can teachers take the time for “extras” like in-depth projects? When do busy teachers have time to learn about technology that is ever-changing? Several recent trends combine futuristic technology from the maker movement with design thinking – creating experiences that engage and inspire learners in areas that integrate well with curricular expectations.

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