Project Based Learning (PBL) Resource
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In each core subject (English, Math, Social Studies, and Science), Middle School students will need to complete at least one PBL project per semester (two projects per year).
Please continue to read below for more information:
NOTE TO STUDENTS: There will be two separate final assignments at this level but the teacher may request additional interim assignments.
Upon completion of Level I projects, your product (investigation report , journal, etc.) will be graded with a specific rubric. Each subject has a different rubric, which will be provided to the student at the beginning of the project.
Please consider using Google docs and Google Drive when you are writing and sharing your investigation reports. It is much easier to share your work with your teachers by doing that!
|PBL Middle School|
|MS Level I|
|MS Level II Tasks for Science|
|MS Level III Tasks for Science|
|MS Projects Handouts for Science|
|MS Projects Handouts for Math|
|MS Projects Handouts for ELA|
|MS Projects Handouts for Social Studies|
|PBL High School|
|YouTube & Digital Citizenship|
|HS Level I|
|HS Level II Tasks|
|HS Level III Tasks (Offline)|
|HS Math Project Handouts for Level I|
|HS Math Project Handouts for Level II|
|HS Project Handouts for Biology|
|HS Project Handouts for Chemistry|
|HS Project Handouts for Physics|
|HS Project Handouts for English I|
|HS Project Handouts for English II|
|HS Project Handouts for English III|
|HS Project Handouts for US History|
|HS Project Handouts for World Geography|
|HS Project Handouts for World History|