New Resources


2022-04-02 - The Centre for Project-based Learning at Worcester Polytechnic Institute has published a "Statement of Commitment to Equity and Inclusion" NEW!

2022-03-28 - Feedback Fruits has published Matteo Rinaldi's overview of team-based learning. NEW!

2022-03-16 - Simon Fraser University has chronicled its CityStudio Vancouver community-based learning initiative. NEW!

2022-01-05 - The 2022 Institute on Project-based Learning will be held at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute from June 21 to 24, 2022. Applications to attend are now being accepted.

2021-12-01 - The Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania is offering a certificate in project-based learning.

2021-10-13 - Katerine Hutt Scott has written a U.S. News article, titled “What is Project-based Learning?”.

2021-07-15 - Rhonda Hill and Kristi Wagner have written an article for PBLWorks that outlines “The State of Project-based Learning in 2021”.

2021-06-14 - PowerSchool has written an extensive introduction to project-based learning, titled “Project-based Learning: Benefits, Examples, and Resources”.

2021-05-28 - Melissa Randazzo et al have published the research article “Project-based Learning and Traditional Online Teaching of Research Methods during COVID-19: An Investigation of Research Self-efficacy and Student Satisfaction” in the Frontiers in Education journal.

2021-02-22 - In a new article, Michigan State University’s College of Education posits whether project-based learning might be “A Remedy for COVID Learning Loss?”.

2021-02-21 - Edutopia has published an article by Youki Terada titled “New Research Makes a Powerful Case for PBL”.

2021-02-21 - Lucas Educational Research has released the results of four studies that focus on project-based learning.

2020-05-03 - In a Hello World blog entry, Mark Calleja connects project-based learning with digital education strategies.

2020-04-18 - Muhammad Ilyas' article for Technology Times explores project-based learning within the Pakistan higher educational context.

2020-03-11 - Magnify Learning has published a series of project-based learning blogs.

About EduProject


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EduProject is a knowledge mobilization portal for project-based learning (PBL). Coverage includes PBL at the elementary, secondary, and post-secondary levels. The EduProject.org website features:

  • monographs contributed by PBL practitioners and researchers;
  • a handbook that focuses on the early stages of project-based learning;
  • links to PBL professional development resources;
  • links to open access PBL research studies, cataloged by educational level;
  • a carefully selected playlist of PBL videos with discussion questions;
  • an Amazon linked PBL bookstore.
The development of EduProject was supported by a 2015 - 2018 Brock University Chancellor’s Chair for Teaching Excellence grant.

Monographs


Monograph No. 12
A Better Lesson Begins (and Ends) with Language
by Wendy Farr, Sarah Saltmarsh, and Stephanie Lund

Monograph No. 11
Building Cross-Campus Collaborations Around Digital Pedagogy
by Mary Chaktsiris and Julia Hendry

Research


Ozdamli, Fezile and Turan, Burcu. (2017). Effects of a technology supported project-based learning (TS-PBL) approach on the success of a mobile application development course and the students' opinions. TEM Journal, 6(2), 258-264.

Videos


What Happens When Students Engage in Project-Based Learning?

Contact Us


EduProject welcomes feedback and ideas for new content, including monograph proposals:

David Hutchison, PhD, PMP
Editor, EduProject
Professor, Department of Educational Studies
Professor, Centre for Digital Humanities
Brock University
dhutchison@brocku.ca