Project based learning is a hands on approach for students to learn or further understanding of concepts. I have had a lot of success with this type of learning. I enjoy watching students be creative as well as understand concepts we have discussed in class.
I have used projects in many ways in my classroom. I find that it can be an effective practice for a teacher to use with individuals or groups. Projects do, however, require resources. For example, construction paper, markers, scissors, crayons, stencils, or colored pencils may be needed to complete a project. You may want to make sure that these supplies are available to you before planning a project.
Sample Project #2