Hey impact makers. During episode 11, I shared why I believe project-based learning is great for blended & remote learning environments. Thus far, that episode is my most popular episode, so naturally, I received followed up questions and comments. I honestly believe that crafting high-performance project-based learning is achievable through in-person, remote, or blended learning environments. However, we must consider some changes or accommodations necessary to make the learning experience valuable. I don't want you to make the mistake of managing PBL in a remote or blended learning environment precisely as you would during face-to-face instruction. During this episode, we will explore six ideas to consider when facilitating project-based learning experiences in a remote or blended learning format.Tune in to hear:[1:30] Why you should consider modifying your in-person project-based learning unit plan to teach students in remote or hybrid environments[3:03] How I switched an in-person math summit for girls to a virtual program and the changes I made to support a different learning format[4:55] The shifts or accommodations you should consider to implement PBL in a remote or hybrid environment successfully [9:16] Why building relationships and a positive classroom culture is an essential component of PBL, especially in a remote or hybrid learning environmentResources mentioned in the episode:Learn how to shift from doing projects to designing impactful project-based learning experiences for students. This free training series and planning guide will show you the process hundreds of teachers used to make PBL a reality in their classrooms. Register for the free training: www.impactfulpbl.com/pblclassSupport the show:Thank you for listening! If you find this podcast useful and would like to support the show, please rate, review and subscribe using your favorite podcasting app. Sharing is caring. When you leave a review, you are helping fellow educators find this podcast enabling them to design impactful project-based learning experiences for their students.