ICTI-230: Project-Based Learning (6-12)


The practice of "learning by doing" offers students hands-on, authentic learning experiences that require critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Project-based learning allows students to become active in their learning by asking meaningful, real-world questions and exploring potential solutions to problems. This engagement helps students make connections between school and the challenges they will face in college or future careers

Topics include:
  • Defining Project-Based Learning (PBL)
  • Evaluating PBL as an effective practice in 6-12 classrooms
  • Examining effective PBL examples in secondary classrooms
  • Understanding the steps to develop a PBL lesson/unit plan
  • Creating a PBL unit for 6-12 learners

For questions about this training event please contact:

Shelby Di Vincenzo (813) 974-1640 | sdivincenzo@usf.edu

Available Sessions