Co-published with ASCD, this book explains how teachers can implement the 7 Project Based Teaching Practices in the Buck Institute's model for Gold Standard PBL: Build the Culture, Design & Plan, Align to Standards, Manage Activities, Assess Student Learning, Scaffold Student Learning, and Engage & Coach.
Project Based Teaching is authored by PBL expert and Buck Institute National Faculty member Suzie Boss, with contributions from John Larmer, Editor in Chief at the Buck Institute for Education. It highlights teachers from diverse K-12 classrooms, and includes practical, classroom-tested tools and advice from the Buck Institute National Faculty and other PBL teachers and coaches.
It also features "Try This" activities to use with students and colleagues, and "Coaches' Notebook" tips for instructional coaches.
This book is a follow-up to our 2015 book Setting the Standard for Project Based Learning, which explained how to design projects based on the 7 Essential Project Design Elements in Gold Standard PBL.
For more information, see these videos about Project Based Teaching Practices.