Project-Based Learning is teaching with authentic, real-life projects that engage students’ enthusiasm and build skills for use in the real world.
PBL (Project-Based Learning) is also called “Passion-Based Learning,” since students are more enthusiastic and eager to learn, through hands-on, real-life projects.
This is what we know as traditional Jewish education. Learning is built aroundchevruta, in which students learn at their own pace, with the teacher as the guide.
Learn more about PBL:
The Teaching Channel:
The Teaching Channel is “a video showcase — on the internet and TV — of inspiring and effective teaching practices in America’s schools.” Each video is 1-4 min. long, highlighting a particular pedagogic school. Videos are organized by skills and subject areas.