Should some teachers avoid trying PBL in their classrooms?

Hey impact makers. Can you believe that it's October and most schools are halfway through the first quarter? I previously shared that I've had several conversations about whether project-based learning could occur in a virtual learning format. Recently, a teacher shared that she was in a professional development session or class, and the facilitator stated that PBL wasn't for every teacher or every student. Since I'm a PBL advocate, the teacher wanted my perspective on the topic. During this episode, we will explore the question: Should some teachers avoid trying PBL in their classrooms?Resources 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: the showThank 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.

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Candice Wilson-McCain is a curriculum and instruction specialist who helps educators plan and implement memorable learning experiences-mostly through project-based learning. She explores research-based practices and collaborates with educators to witness project-based learning in action. On this podcast, Candice provides resources, tips, and support to help educators craft learning experiences that empower their students to tackle challenges in school and their community through project-based learning. If you are an educator who desires to move from theory to practice with project-based learning, subscribe to the podcast to receive notification of new episodes. Let's talk PBL!