Project Based Learning (PBL) Resource
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Sample Projects for High School Project Based Learning will be illustrated here.
In addition to the Level I project described above, each student will complete one interdisciplinary PBL/STEM type project based on math, or science content. These Math or Science projects also contain integrated Social Studies and ELA components. Some of the major features of the Level II PBL projects are outlined below.
Level III projects are options for students who like the challenge of creating and conducting their own project. Some of the major features of the Level III PBL projects are outlined below.
In high school there are three different levels of PBL projects. Level I is a short term project and Level II and III are long term projects. Level I targets 21st century skills within the context of the curriculum, Levels II and III allow the application and development of these critical skills. All students will complete Level I projects. Students may complete either a project from a set of Level II whose handouts are prepared by the ASE PBL team or they can come with their project ideas and driven question as a Level III project.
|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|