Tag Archives: PBL

Exploring Project-Based Work: The Mixed Methods of Trust

Jennifer Lacroix and Doreen Miller
Jennifer Lacroix and Doreen Miller

Exploring project-based work with L2 English university-bound students can take many forms as we, as English language teachers, have access to almost any type of content for our language instruction. So, how can we use project-based work to help prepare … Continue reading

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Project-Based Learning to Promote Language Skill Development: A Sample Reflection Project

Erin Knoche Laverick
Erin Knoche Laverick

Are you looking to energize your teaching and enhance student learning? Project-based learning (PBL) is a fun and meaningful way to integrate the use of language skills while promoting students’ critical thinking skills. As indicated by the name, project-based learning … Continue reading

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The Power of Collaboration and Active Engagement for ELs

Judie Haynes
Judie Haynes

For today’s blog on collaboration, I have collaborated with author and professional development provider Karen Nemeth. Karen is a nationally known expert in early childhood education and dual language learners. Teachers in many general education classes lecture to impart information … Continue reading

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