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      « Conference on High School Reform | Main | Project Based Learning and Special Education. The first in an occasional series about the power of PBL to reach ALL students »

      January 21, 2007

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      K Kirkland

      Sounds like your doing some great things in Project-based learning.

      I'd be curious to hear your opinion of Project Foundry. It’s a web-based tool for the classroom that builds on the strengths of project-based learning. The tool dramatically reduces overhead for teachers, proactively engages students, and easily aggregates school customized assessments.

      Project Foundry captures the process, proof, performance and outcomes of a project to ensure these insightful experiences promote student growth and adhere to educational benchmarks.

      Currently used by 30 schools in 10 states (including the "coolest School in America" named by the Gates Foundation), Project Foundry has become the tool of choice to implement project-based learning in schools.

      You should check out their website at www.projectfoundry.org

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