Project-based learning is a style of teaching that focuses on:
- Key knowledge, understanding and success skills
- Challenging problems and Questions
- Sustained Inquiry
- Student Voice and Choice
- Critique and Revision
- Public Product
Project-based learning challenges students with real tasks and broad challenges. Students have to create projects to demonstrate what they’ve learned. PBL allows for hands-on, student-directed learning, and in-depth study. All PBL projects have a community component, where students demonstrate their work.