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Project Based Learning Stories and Structures: Wins, Fails, and Where to Start Paperback – May 29, 2018

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Serving thousands of educators for over a decade through professional development in Project Based Learning (PBL), Service Learning, and all things Technology! Ryan started his career as an Industrial Engineer but made a major shift to teach 8th grade English on the southwest side of Indianapolis. After seeing results with PBL in the classroom, Ryan began teaching others to help spread the word about Project Based Learning (PBL). With a touch of whimsy and storytelling, Ryan encourages educators to ignite their passion in the classroom by 'Living Their Why'! PBL has changed Ryan's life and the lives of so many of his colleagues and students that he can't help but talk about PBL with anybody that will stop long enough to ask, "What do you do?" Ryan advocates for avoiding the question and actually answering with "Why do you do what you do?" This answer leads to more fruitful discussions. Try it out for yourself!

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