Project-based learning has no magic plan you can use to guide you. It’s flexible and it’s a curriculum planning tool that’s often used to “embed” other learning methods like game-based learning, blended learning, place-based learning, and so on.
This means you will need some inspiration to get a first taste of project-based learning. I went through some sites to find some challenging project-based learning examples. Here we go!
Plant and manage a garden to feed local homeless
Design an alert system to halt the spread of a deadly disease
Artfully illustrate the global history of civil rights
Film a documentary on a social issue few people see
Redesign the complete school, including new content areas, grading, collaboration and community involvement
Redesign public transport in your city
Create an interactive family tree with voice-overs from family members.
How to survive on a deserted island? What do you do?
Develop a brand new invention
Plan a school party
Work out a modern school library system that encourages students to read
Create and manage a YouTube channel for a self-determined and authentic purpose
Design a book with educative physical exercises to keep students moving during the day
Help local businesses increase environmental sustainability
Solve your parent’s problem of being too busy.