Reading A-Z resources organized into weekly content-based units and differentiated instruction options.
Project-based learning (PBL) is an instructional framework that encourages creativity and problem solving, research and inquiry, and prepares students for college and career.
Teachers who use project-based learning in their classrooms say their students are actively engaged in understanding the subjects they study. A big part of that engagement comes from students working in teams, which improves their communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills. Students work together to creatively solve a real-world problem or meet a challenge to gain deeper understanding of key content knowledge.
Reading A-Z's Project-Based Learning Packs use a guided inquiry, inclusion model of project-based learning that establishes a set of standards-based topics that students develop to answer a Driving Question.
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