Tool & Resource Kit
Various tools and resources to access in support of your PBL journey. These resources are applied within some of the unit plans on this website.
Driving Question Criteria
John Larmer has put together a guide for developing driving questions on PBLworks.org. The guide suggests three indicators of a strong driving question: It is engaging for students, it is open ended, and it is aligned with learning goals. To read the full article from its original source follow the link below:
Self Assessment Tool
This tool helps guide students in self assessing their progress toward flexible learning outcomes. It includes fields for adding curricular learning goals with strengths and areas of growth for each goal.
Resource adapted from: Hacking Project Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom by Ross Cooper and Erin Murphy
TAG Feedback Form
This is a useful guide for facilitating rounds of peer feedback.
T – Tell your partner something you liked about their work.
A – Ask your partner a meaningful question about their work.
G – Give your partner a suggestion for improving their work.
For more on TAG feedback and to download a printable version visit: https://www.edutopia.org/video/60-second-strategy-tag-feedback/
Originally published Febraury 8, 2019 © Edutopia.org; George Lucas Educational Foundation.
A interactive classroom technique for developing driving questions with your students.
Resource adapted from: Hacking Project Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom by Ross Cooper and Erin Murphy.