Educator Steven Anderson pointed me towards many of today’s Education Roundup stories via his Twitter feed. Check him out if you have Twitter (and, of course, follow the Bill of Rights Institute, too!).

If you’ve made a New Year’s Resolution about teaching or integrating technology into the classroom, check out Teacher Reboot Camp, The Innovative Educator, and So You Want to Teach for some tools, tips, strategies, and goals you (and your students) can pursue together! The Teacher Reboot Camp 30-goal challenge looks particularly cool–have any of you participated in a month-long challenge before?

Finally, an article on something I’ve been doing a lot at work, but with the perspective of the classroom: project-based learning. I thought the point about having multiple opportunities for growth and assessment was particularly cool!

What are you reading this week?

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2 Responses to “New Year’s Resolutions and Project-Based Learning”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing The 30 Goals Challenge! Hope to see some there! :-)

  2. Steve Elder says:

    Our entire high school is going through remodeling for project-based learning. So far the freshmen and sophomores are totally PBL. I will be teaming with an American Lit teacher for the juniors next year.

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