With distance learning in full effect, the challenge to find scalable and effective learning solutions is the top priority of educators worldwide. Project-based learning (PBL) engages students in authentic and collaborative learning experiences, while fostering problem solving and self-directed learning skills. Project Pals streamlines PBL for new and experienced teachers by transforming PBL lesson plans from the printed page to an interactive learning environment, facilitating real-time collaboration from anywhere in the world.
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COVID has accelerated the movement amongst professionals to collaborate and work remotely. Project management and collaboration software enable teams to work together from around the world without missing a beat. PBL emulates the collaborative problem solving that happens every day in companies large and small. Professionals use technology to collaborate, and so should teachers and students. Project Pals brings the best of collaboration software adapted specifically for educational use.
Created by Miriam Bogler, a technology teacher and PBL expert, Project Pals was designed to address the challenges of implementing PBL at scale in person or remotely.
Districts, schools and teachers all over the world are using Project Pals as part of their daily teaching regimen. Click on the play button below to watch inspiring video testimonials from teachers using Project Pals to scale their PBL craft.
"I love the real time data and the kids love it too because they want to be the best. When they look at the pie chart, they are motivated to do more."
- Heather Castaneda Ponce, Mack Middle School
"Having everything in one place made grading in Project Pals super easy because the content was all there and very organized."
- Kelsey Dolge, New Century Academy
Step 1Click the 'Start' button on a project below to create your free Project Pals
Step 2Invite students to join Project Pals using Google Classroom -or- share a unique sign up link with students
Step 3Assign the project to groups of students within your Project Pals class
Step 4Students begin collaborating, while you monitor their work and project data
That's it! Start your project today!
Project Pals is supported on Chrome, Firefox and Safari on desktop, Chromebook and tablet. It is not supported on mobile phones.
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