PMIEF’s Resources for Youth materials provides no-cost project management learning and teaching curriculum and other materials for primary and secondary school teachers and students to develop 21st century skills.
Insight into project-centered education and project management learning opportunities.
Supports project-based learning opportunities by strengthening the impact of project management education.
Provides easy access to resources that reinforce project management terminology, skills and techniques.
Curricula and teaching case studies, technology and age-appropriate education approaches.
Project Management for Career & Technical Education offers project management-rich curricula for secondary school business, finance and marketing teachers who would like to integrate project management into their coursework. Each set of curricula includes three projects that complement classroom instruction.
The Project Management Toolkit for Teachers™ provides a modular, user-friendly resource that teachers can use to help prepare secondary-school students to be college and career ready. The materials use a project-based learning approach to teach students the universal life, learning, and professional skills of project management.
The Project Management Toolkit for Youth and accompanying curriculum is targeted toward secondary school students and teaches key fundamental project management areas and 21st century skills with emphasis on organizing, planning and scheduling.
This project management toolkit for primary schools has been designed with the aim of supporting teachers in their complex duty of ”teaching to learn".
The PMI United Kingdom (UK) Chapter started a program at Mill Chase Community Technical College in Bordon, Hampshire, UK. They introduced a project management curriculum based on Project Management Skills for Life to a group of students around 11 years old.