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Top Rated PBL Tool Grows Problem-Solving Skills

The performance tasks are extremely thorough, result in student products, and cover key concepts in science and math.
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Site of the Week picks are selected from the top edtech tools reviewed by Common Sense Education, which helps educators find the best edtech tools, learn best practices for teaching with tech, and equip students with the skills they need to use technology safely and responsibly.

Title: Defined STEM
Summary: Stellar collection of STEM resources supports project-based learning

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Pros: The performance tasks are extremely thorough, result in student products, and cover key concepts in science and math.
Cons: Individualized student progress tracking and remediation tools are lacking.
Bottom Line: Excellent, well-thought-out resources for developing problem-solving skills in the classroom.

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