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Project-Based Learning and Problem-Based Learning

Project-based learning engages and motivates learners of all ages. It involves learning through experience where learners actively participate in the planning and implementation of the project activities versus the traditional model of teaching following activities in a book or by lectures. My eCoach is a convenient way to implement project-based learning into your life, whether it be in the classroom, office or home, because My eCoach has:
  • many venues for collaboration
  • team pages so project-based learners can organize their work
  • free resources to clone or include in many of these projects
Project-based learning encourages learners how to work effectively as part of a team, collaborate, and communicate, all while integrating technology into the project and meeting their own learning goals. It provides essential skills for their future, paving a new wave for both K-12 students, university students and workers entering the workplace. Here is an example of cross-age cross-curriculum projects.

Problem-based learning involves students working in groups where they take real-world problems and design exciting solutions. We look forward to working with teachers and students involved with both project-based and problem-based learning activities.

"Thank you for such a well designed site for this course! All the links work, and it is easy to maneuver from one place to another. I like how the assignments are clearly listed and have the date next to them. I can get right to learning when I log on rather than struggling to figure out how how to get from place to place. Iím taking another online course now and it is a nightmare and very frustrating.

Thanks for making this a good experience!"



pictureDaryl Hanneman
School Psychologist
Grant Wood AEA - Cedar Rapids, Iowa








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