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Project Based Learning

Sustained Learning Resources

Liberty Public Schools is lucky to offer sustained support for PBL with Buck Institute National Faculty, Alicia Peletz. Below are links to our sustained learning resources:

Design and Plan

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PBL 101

This is your initial 3 day training where participants walk away with a PBL unit that they want to implement with their students 


Managing Activities

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Conquering the Calendar

To create a well-balanced project calendar in order to plan one of their own. Calendars will include realistic and flexible checkpoints, an appropriate mixture of individual and teamwork, and a variety of instructional approaches. 


Assessing Student Learning

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Scaffolded Assessment

To create a scaffolded assessment plan that not only captures basic levels understanding, but also students’ ability to apply new concepts, analyze information, and solve real world problems. Participants will use Webb's Depth of Knowledge to do this work.

PBL Basics PBL Resources