This popular ISTE title follows the arc of a project, providing guided
opportunities to direct and reflect educators’ own learning and professional
development. In this updated, tenth-anniversary edition, Suzie Boss and Jane
Krauss offer educators new examples of the latest tools, assessment strategies
and promising practices that are poised to shape education in the future.
Reinventing Project-Based Learning, Third Edition shows how to design
authentic projects that make the most of available and emerging
This new edition:
- Provides examples of how to merge personalized
learning, flipped classrooms, and PBL for effective teaching and learning.
- Includes coverage of computational thinking and
coding, demonstrating ways to develop new approaches to solving problems as
well as new forms of expression.
- Discusses PBL as an equity consideration, with
opportunities for personalization and empowerment, addressing issues of social
justice and closing the achievement gap.
- Includes coverage on new trends like augmented and
virtual reality; and new and updated Spotlights from educators featured in the
first edition and others.
- Features deeper focus on Gold Standard and High Quality PBL, the P21
Framework, and ISTE Standards for Students and Educators.
With this book, teachers will come to appreciate the importance of
problem-finding and problem-posing — thoughtful activity that needs to precede
problem solving in any context.
A former teacher in Oregon schools, Jane
Krauss divides her time between curriculum and program development for
the National Center for Women & Information Technology and professional
development for project-based learning in the U.S. and internationally. In her
previous role as director of Professional Development Services at ISTE, Krauss
managed programs and provided professional development on technology integration
to educators around the world.
Suzie Boss is a
writer and educational consultant who focuses on the power of teaching and
learning to improve lives and transform communities. She is the author of 10
books for educators, most recently All Together Now: How to Engage Your
Stakeholders in Reimagining School and The Power of a Plant
(co-authored with award-winning teacher Stephen Ritz). She contributes regularly
to Edutopia and is a member of the National Faculty of the Buck Institute for
Education. She has consulted with educators across the U.S. as well as in India,
South Korea, South America, and Europe to bring project-based learning and
innovation strategies to both traditional classrooms and informal learning