Use these resources for your project based learning and collaborative based teaching. While you are using PBL in the classroom, search here for data sources, biography and inventor topics, subject area topics for development like math, science, and weather, and projects on countries and continents. There are projects for elementary levels as well as project ideas for middle and high school. Also listed are problem based learning topics. Please explore them all! You will find great ideas for PBL learning.
Links in the pages below were verified on 4/19/2012
BiographiesLinks to hundreds of biographies on men and women who have shaped our history, as well as astronauts and nobel prize winners.
Countries / ContinentsFind statistics, overviews, pictures, and the history of our countries and continents. Number 6 provides information on their economy, government, foreign relations policies. Compare stats about the countries within our United Nations by clicking on number 4.
Data SourcesA large list of resources containing data on topics such as: Gas prices, food costs, census data, city data, social science, space, and so much more.
ElementaryAn extensive list of curriculum topics for elementary levels. Interactive sites let students create their own projects. Number 6 provides a large list of topic-based online resources.
InventorsLinks to inventors of everything from the computer to the artificial heart. Number 4 not only offers inventor themed ideas but lesson plans as well.
Middle / High SchoolFind interactive math and science learning exhibits. There are book report ideas. Also referenced are methods for teaching and large collections of primary resources.
Problem Based LearningLearn the difference between problem-based and project-based learning. Find an overview, project ideas, and how to be a good facilitator.
Project Based LearningResources and examples that can help define project based learning, including grade level projects and checklists.
Subject Area TopicsProject ideas on math, science, weather, and more.