This blog is about sharing ideas and experiences around working with Project Based Learning and Second languages. I found that not many second language teachers work with this methodology and that sometimes is a lack of trainning and resources.
This is a place where to find and share those resources and experiences.
There is also space for educational technologies and innovative approaches, since PBL can be enriched with them.
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Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself." - John Dewey

October 25, 2017

In my last workshop on PBL with teachers of TESOL and ELL in the beautiful Hobart, they were very eager to learn what kind of specific games and activities they could do to train their students in collaborative skills, that ultimately would help them succeed in PBL and probably...

October 12, 2016

Want to use online tools to facilitate students' colaboration? This article from Cult of Pedagogy shows you some simple ones everyone or almost everyone knows.

October 12, 2016

To be or not to be PBL that is the question. This table for dummies will enlighten your mind. :)

October 11, 2016

Students will be asked to have a set of skills when they join the workforce that PBL can foster. This article explains how.

I love this inspiring TED talk from Sugata Mitra, who won the TED prize in 2013 because of his amazing education project. This is a very good example of why self-directed learning really works, even under very unexpected circumstances, in slums, and no more resources than compu...

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