Use this template to help groups examine daily goals, delegate tasks, ask questions, and reflect on their progress.
Inquiry practices often involve more student-centered activities where students interact more intensively with materials and with other students during investigations. In addition to monitoring the learning taking place, teachers in an inquiry classroom have to manage more movements of materials and equipment and the social dynamics among students.
Teachers can manage the project effectively by “Going Visual” and creating a project wall to effectively manage their project, teams, and individual students.
Andrew Miller provides twenty tips on how to manage PBL. Use these strategies to help students work towards PBL projects and assessments.
Open communication with parents from the beginning helps the project go smoothly.
This template is a starting point for groups to determine what they will hold themselves and each other accountable for.
This website guides students through the initial planning and goal-setting phase of the project, including: ROLES, CONTRACT, SCHEDULE, and SCRUM BOARD.
View two versions of a scrum board and how to utilize them with a PBL unit.
These 6th grade students at Johnston County's Innovation Academy at South Campus explain the process and purpose of a scrum board in project-based learning.
“Scrum Board 4 #TCSMS #PBL #Voice4theVoiceless 2day vs yesterday projects start moving when students can see what needs 2b done”
Trello is a web-based tool you and your students can use to create a DIGITAL scrum board. It allows for easy progress monitoring and collaboration.