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A Intro to PBL
1. What is PBL?
2. PBL Pedagogy
3. PBL Examples
4. Success Stories
5. PBL Resources
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A. Introduction to Networked Project-Based Learning

4. Success Stories of Project-Based Learning

There is an abundance of compelling online PBL success stories -- representing all subjects, geographic regions, languages and student age levels.

Doors to Diplomacy
http://www.globalschoolhouse.org/doors
Middle school and high school student produced web projects from around the world -- about diplomacy and issues of international importance.

Friends and Flags
http://www.friendsandflags.org
Headquartered in Israel and promoting multicultural awareness by connecting K-12 classrooms worldwide into international learning teams who exchange online and offline information.

iEARN Projects
http://www.iearn.org/projects/
Projects focus on youth taking action and involve an exhibition of the collaboration, such as magazines, creative writing anthologies, websites, letter-writing campaigns, reports to government officials, arts exhibits, workshops, performances, and charity fundraising.

   

International Schools CyberFair
http://www.globalschoolhouse.org/cf
Thousands of K-12 student-produced web projects from one hundred countries -- showcasing local communities -- their leaders, businesses, history, environment, culture, sports and health

    Tales from the Electronic Frontier
http://www.wested.org/tales/
Ten teachers share their actual classroom experiences using the Internet in K-12 science and mathematics.
    ThinkQuest
http://www.thinkquest.org/
International competition where student teams engage in collaborative, project-based learning to create educational websites.
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