Recently, I reflected for the Project-Based Learning In Action newsletter, sponsored by Project Foundry, on the time a teacher asked me, “What version of PBL will we be doing?” The question was full of judgement, and smacked of the subtext, “What version is best?”
I’m not sure one is better than another. I think each “version” shares a common set of characteristics and the recipe you use to mix those characteristics defines the version. And I believe that each version (that includes a quality implementation of these characteristics) brings value to different goals, needs, and contexts.
Read my original post here.
It’s Your Turn:
What “versions” of PBL do you use and what do you like about them?