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The Buck Institute for Education Problem Based Learning
http://www.bie.org/pbl/index.php
This Web site is a collection of resources about project-based learning, including suggestions from teachers, a middle and high school teachers' handbook, Web resources, and teacher training. Included is a special section on problem-based social science (economics, government, geography and history.)

The Center for Problem Based Learning (CPBL)
http://www.imsa.edu/team/cpbl/cpbl.html
CPBL, established by the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, engages in problem-based learning research and development, teacher training, and curriculum development for K-16.

Creating a Community of Learners:  Lessons from a High School Journalism Program
http://kml2.carnegiefoundation.org/gallery/kaustin/index.html
This site illustrates a community of learners around a high school journalism program. The site provides background on learning communities as well as resources from which teachers may draw.

George Lucas Educational Foundation
http://www.edutopia.org/mission-vision
The George Lucas Educational Foundation Web site provides feature articles related to project-based learning, interviews with experts, and examples of project-based learning from K-12 schools around the country.

Institute for Learning Technologies - Columbia University
http://www.ilt.columbia.edu/
The Institute for Learning Technologies was established in 1986 by Teachers College, Columbia University.  It is at the forefront of the movement to integrate technology into education.

 

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