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Have you wanted to implement a Project-Based Learning unit in your classroom?
Engage in a Multiple Literacies in Project-Based Learning (ML-PBL) unit called
“Why Do I See So Many Squirrels and I Can’t Find Any Stegosauruses?” All lessons
are designed to be adaptive, responsive to student questions and ideas
and cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and both enjoyable and
intellectually satisfying for the teacher and students.
The multidisciplinary-integrated design supports a high level of student
engagement and includes performance-based equity and social emotional learning
ML-PBL integrates English Language Arts, math from the Common Core State
Standards, and Next Generation Science Standards and provides
embedded supports for Multilingual Learners.
1. How Project Based-Learning and the NGSS work together; 2. Strategies for using formative, informal, and summative assessment to guide teaching; and 3. How to use ML-PBL materials to teach grades K–5.
Emily Adah Miller (University of Georgia: Athens, GA), Susan Codere (CREATE for STEM Institute, Michigan State University: East Lansing, MI), Joseph Krajcik (CREATE for STEM Institute, Michigan State University: East Lansing, MI)