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    Over the next few months I’ll be publishing 10 posts as teasers (not spoilers) for the 10 chapters in our upcoming book, Hacking Project Based Learning, which was written with Erin Murphy (@MurphysMusings5) and will be released this winter. For book updates, sign up for my mailing list (and also receive a free eBook)…This post is a sneak peak for […]

    The post 10 Ways to Rethink Your Project Based Learning Directions #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    Through December I’ll be publishing 10 posts as teasers (not spoilers) for the 10 chapters in our upcoming book, Hacking Project Based Learning, which was written with Erin Murphy (@MurphysMusings5) and will be released this December. For book updates, sign up for my mailing list (and also receive a free eBook)…This post is a sneak peak for Chapter 5, which […]

    The post Inquiry-Based Learning’s Impact on Professional Development #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    As I began my student teaching about ten years ago, I attended the first-day-back faculty meeting, during which the building principal chastised teachers, “Don’t use worksheets! They’re not best practice!” Thinking about what she said, the same two questions come to mind now as they did back then: What should teachers be using instead? Can […]

    The post 3 Reasons to Embrace (Some) Worksheets appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    This post was written by Erin Murphy (@MurphysMusings5) and was originally published on her blog. Over the next month I’ll be publishing 5 posts as sneak peaks for our upcoming book, Hacking Project Based Learning, which was written with Ross Cooper (@RossCoops31) and will be released this winter. When you observe the classroom of an accomplished […]

    The post Is the Classroom Culture Ready for PBL? #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    Through December I’ll be publishing 10 posts as teasers (not spoilers) for the 10 chapters in our upcoming book, Hacking Project Based Learning, which was written with Erin Murphy (@MurphysMusings5) and will be released this December. For book updates, sign up for my mailing list (and also receive a free eBook)…This post is a sneak peak for Chapter 6, which […]

    The post 5 Reasons Your Rubric Needs a Makeover #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    Through December I’ll be publishing 10 posts as teasers (not spoilers) for the 10 chapters in our upcoming book, Hacking Project Based Learning, which was written with Erin Murphy (@MurphysMusings5) and will be released this December. For book updates, sign up for my mailing list (and also receive a free eBook)…This post is a sneak peak for Chapter 7, which […]

    The post 5 Simple Ways to Give Students Feedback During Project Based Learning #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    Through December I’ll be publishing 10 posts as teasers (not spoilers) for the 10 chapters in our upcoming book, Hacking Project Based Learning, which was written with Erin Murphy (@MurphysMusings5) and will be released this December. For book updates, sign up for my mailing list (and also receive a free eBook)…This post is a sneak peak for Chapter 8, which […]

    The post How to Transform Common Textbook Activities into Project Based Mini-Lessons #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    This post is #9 in a series of 10 posts that serve as extensions of the 10 chapters in Hacking Project Based Learning, which I coauthored with Erin Murphy. This post is an extension of Chapter 9, which focuses on summative assessments. #HackingPBL For all of the posts in the series, tap/click here. Once again, […]

    The post 4 Reasons to Assess PBL with a (Somewhat) Traditional Test #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    This post is #10 in a series of 10 posts that serve as extensions of the 10 chapters in Hacking Project Based Learning, which I coauthored with Erin Murphy. This post, coauthored with Laura Fleming, was originally published on Edutopia. It is an extension of Chapter 10, which focuses on PBL reflection and publishing. #HackingPBL For all of […]

    The post Makerspace Stories and Social Media: Leveraging the Learning #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    This post was written by Erin Murphy and was originally published on her blog. After a recent live Twitter chat, I received a message from a member of my PLN asking for help. Here is the specific message: I feel that many of the resources available to help teachers fine tune their projects are too clunky. How do […]

    The post 5 Critical Questions to Ask About Your Project #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    Let’s cut right to the chase…Whether or not you have a copy of Hacking Project Based Learning, Erin and I want it to be as easy as possible for your students to benefit from PBL. So, we are giving away a whole lot of Hacking Project Based Learning goodies, absolutely free! See below for what’s available, and […]

    The post A Whole Lot of #HackingPBL Goodies, Absolutely Free! appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    It was a late Saturday night when my colleague and coauthor, Erin Murphy, wrote the first draft of our introduction to Hacking Project Based Learning. When she handed it over to me for feedback, I have to admit I was a bit teary-eyed as I read through the excerpt that focused on the work I […]

    The post Not All Egg Drops Are Created Equal #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    This past Monday at the Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo and Conference (PETE & C), Erin and I had the opportunity to present on project based learning (PBL). While we had presented on the topic many times before, this was the first time the presentation was mostly based on the contents of our book, Hacking Project […]

    The post 5 Lessons from Giving the Same Presentation Twice (at the same conference) #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    Over the past few years I’ve become a huge fan of the Hack Learning Series (which is one of the reasons why Erin and I decided to write Hacking Project Based Learning)! Each of the nine books contains ten hacks/chapters that offer practical (and easy to understand) solutions for everyday problems in the education world! And […]

    The post Grab Your Free Copy of the Hack Learning Anthology! appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    About a month ago I was chatting with a colleague who was inspired to implement project based learning (PBL) in her classroom, took it upon herself to do so, and her first attempt at it was a complete flop. While talking with her about what took place, she mentioned how many bloggers and writers (including […]

    The post 5 Ways I Screwed up (and Fixed) Project Based Learning in My Classroom appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    “All this time, I was doing it wrong.” Since Erin and I released Hacking Project Based Learning this past December, we have been happy to hear from teachers and students who are benefiting from what we wrote. At the same time, we have received several messages that look like the one above. These are messages […]

    The post You’re Not Doing It Wrong, You’re Doing It Differently appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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    This past weekend, Erin Murphy and I were facilitating a discussion on project based learning (PBL) at Parkland School District’s Teacher Tech Con when this question came up: I want to do PBL, but how do I get started? In fact, since Erin and I published Hacking Project Based Learning, this is the question we […]

    The post Project Based Learning: Two Painless Entry Points #HackingPBL appeared first on Cooper on Curriculum.


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