Project Based Distance Learning - Brendan Kelly, Casey Cohen & Felecity Treptow

Project Based Distance Learning

By Brendan Kelly, Casey Cohen & Felecity Treptow

  • Release Date: 2020-04-13
  • Genre: Education
Score: 3
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From 128 Ratings

Description

This book was created to give teachers, parents, and students inspiration for projects that can be created by students at home that connect to all areas of the curriculum. It was written by a team of Apple Distinguished Educators, who among them, share an expertise in K-12 education across all content levels. The projects are intended to give students a balance of structure and freedom as they inspire students to continue learning and creating when they are at home due to the Covid-19 school closures. Each project comes with multiple choices for how students can create the final product. While many involve technology, there are many options that do not require technology. The projects are organized by grade level and subject area. We hope teachers will share with this book with their classes and that parents and students will be inspired to try the ideas at home. Many thanks to our Apple Distinguished Educator colleagues who contributed project ideas. The name of the educator who wrote each project is included on the page of the project as well as his or her Twitter handle. We encourage you to follow these awesome educators for even more ideas of how to inspire a culture of creativity and innovation. - Thank you for reading!

Reviews

  • Love it! Thank you!

    5
    By bobby1000098
    This is a great resource!
  • Great Resource

    5
    By EPMollinea
    This book was exactly what I needed to get Project Based Learning kicked off in my classroom. I found my students were more engaged and showed up for our virtual meetings.
  • Rich Resource

    5
    By dave235689
    Great ideas and, specific details, for doing project-based learning. The content is organized for elementary and secondary, but the ideas are strong and they can be easily modified to go up or down grade levels and ages. Thanks for the thoughtful projects and additional resources to explore creativity and the individual apps used in the examples.