Busting myths about project-based learning

04/22/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

There are a lot of misconceptions about project-based learning, writes Andrew Miller, who serves on the national faculty for the Buck Institute for Education and ASCD. In this blog post, Miller seeks to dispel some of those myths, including what types of projects are included in project-based learning, how much time is consumed by project-based learning and that students will copy work from other students.

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