Foundational Guide – Project Management for Learning

The Foundational Guide provides an explanation about how professional project management methods can the translated and applied to learning projects in the classroom.

The Guide covers how to get the most learning value out of each project phase. Also explained are

  • The roles team members play
  • The kind of learning projects most often used in education
  • The types of organizing and evaluation tools that help projects be successful.

The Guide also cites educational research that supports the use of learning projects to build the skills students need for success in learning.


Resource Audience Administrators
Parents
Teachers
Student Age 5 to 9 years old
10 to 12 years old
13 to 19 years old
Type White Papers
Language English
Program Area Future Success
Learning Environment Community
Date 27 May 2014

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Cover of Foundational Document

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