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Project Based Learning for all. We build the capacity of teachers and school leaders to design and facilitate quality Project Based Learning.
Project Based Learning for all. We build the capacity of teachers and school leaders to design and facilitate quality Project Base...
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Project-based learning Confidence: 79%
Leadership Confidence: 71%
Education Confidence: 69%
School Confidence: 67%
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ⓘ This website is ranked #122.542 by Alexa.
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|Site navigation mobile|
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|Project based learning for all.|
|Research & evidence|
|Our exclusive focus is supporting educators like you with quality pbl professional development.|
|Are you ready to move from theory into practice with project based learning?|
|For individuals and small teams|
|For schools and districts|
|For district partnerships|
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