Learn effective use of project approaches across curriculum and grades by following guidelines to target standards.
Learn about effective use of project approaches across the curriculum and grades. Follow planning guidelines to help you target standards and assess student products and performances.
Learn how Essential, Unit, and Content Questions spark interest that guides learning to higher levels of thinking.
Learn more about how Essential, Unit, and Content Questions spark interest and guide learning to higher levels of student thinking and engagement.
See primary and secondary students develop by using higher levels of thinking, analysis, and metacognition.
To develop a deeper understanding of content, students need to be proficient at higher levels of thinking such as analysis, using knowledge, and metacognition.
Learn to develop projects that require critical thinking and problem solving to form good thinking habits for students.
To develop the skills and strategies needed for deep and careful thinking, students must be engaged in projects that require critical thinking and problem solving. Learn what kinds of classroom environments and what instructional practices work best.
Read about the frameworks of Gardner, Bloom, and Marzano proposing thinking in different ways for different purposes.
Educators such as Howard Gardner, Benjamin Bloom, and Robert Marzano have proposed various ways to describe the components of thinking. Read more about how these frameworks describe thinking in different ways for different purposes.
Students focus on learning and working as a team as they role play life aboard a 19th century sailing ship.
Students focus on learning and working as a team as they role play life aboard a 19th century sailing ship. They adopt the roles of captain, navigator, surgeon and cook and evaluate the value of the specialised skills of team members.