August 22, 2023 Is a new version of the brain coming? The theme of regeneration appears commonly in Intrepid Ed News, particularly in articles written by my colleague Benjamin Freud.
August 2, 2023 Is culture driving us crazy—in a good way? A Science Alert from late June of this year compared the chaotic patterns of the jet streams—the currents of
July 7, 2021 & May 24, 2023 The idea that a teacher today is a ‘guide on the side’ is now hardwired into nearly every conversation about the future of
I began the week with the question What is Real PBL? In my view, it’s about to get very real — in fact, possibly too real for comfort. Here’s what
In the first article for PBL Week, I made the argument that PBL offers educators a path to transform education from a test-based enterprise into a strengths-based approach that supports
In the U.S. educational system, July is always a good month to take time off, relax a bit, and reflect on the coming academic year. I know many of you
One of the enduring conversations PBL educators have about project-based learning is how to differentiate a project from PBL. One distinguishing marker—probably the best differentiator—is that PBL uses a Driving
“How do I do ‘a’ PBL for an Algebra unit?” “Is there a role for the teacher in PBL?” “What is the difference between PBL and inquiry?” Sometimes I feel