Apr 7, 2017

The Difference Between Doing Projects And Project-Based Learning

Doing Projects and Project- Based Learning are not quite the same thing. The chart below by Amy Mayer, clarifies the main difference between the two. 

“Projects” can represent a range of tasks that can be done at home or in the classroom by groups of students, quickly or over time. While project-based learning (PBL) also features projects, in PBL the focus is more on the process of learning and learner-peer-content interaction than the end-product itself. For more information on this engaging, learner-centred method you can browse my learning diary on the "Introducing Project-Based Learning" MOOC, which comprises a wide range of examples, materials and ideas on how to implement PBL in our classroom.



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