Ten Things I’ve Learned in Going Project-Based

revolutionizeed:

Some good points from the list…

1.  Sometimes it fails. I had a project that seemed like it would work and then two days into it, I realized that it wasn’t working. It was too complex, too difficult and required resources we didn’t have.  

2.  Interdependence is critical. I used to view projects as independent activities and then I switched to totally dependence-based group projects. I now see a need for both, a sort-of middle zone that includes some independent and some group work. 

Ten Things I’ve Learned in Going Project-Based

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