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Great Tech Tools for Implementing Project-Based Learning

“When will I ever use this?” Ever heard this cringe-worthy comment after crafting a lesson you thought had staying power? If so, it may be time to implement project-based learning. In PBL classrooms, students aren’t learning simply to pass a test; they’re applying creativity and taking ownership of their own education.

As a rework of the old saying goes, teach a student to add, and he'll get through a quiz for the day; show him how to calculate profit and loss, and he’ll be pitching his next new idea for a lifetime. Here are 10 technologies that will help you implement PBL, giving kids authentic experience in a blended environment--and helping you track their progress.

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