What is it? A user-friendly argument for PBL, focusing on how it builds success skills for college, career & life. It is adapted from BIE's PBL Toolkit book, PBL for 21st Century Success: Teaching Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Communication, and Creativity.
Why do we like it? This list is jargon-free and written in conversational language, to appeal to and be understood by non-educators.
How can you use it? This can be part of a school or district's messaging to parents, community and other stakeholders to build support for PBL.