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Project Based Learning and Student Engagement

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Project Based Learning and Student Engagement

Project-based learning offers a dynamic way for students to engage in deeper learning. Explore how PBL can improve problem-solving skills, how the ‘Maker’ movement is bringing hands-on learning into the classroom, and see how schools are integrating project-based and social-emotional learning.

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