Self-directed project-based learning can be exciting but challenging when students are not sure how to start. Are your self-directed learners having trouble with PBL project topic inspiration?
This predicament can come about in many ways. Some students may have few interests to draw upon. Others may be new to self-directed project-based learning and need a structured activity to get them warmed up. Others may be seasoned PBL learners that run out of ideas halfway through the year. Try this project based learning activity to help self-directed learners develop topic ideas.
This product includes 4 pages of PBL brainstorming activities independent from one another. In other words, students can pick and choose which brainstorming activities suit their needs and interests.
*This free PBL resource is Google Apps™ compatible with a printable AND digital version. The digital version can be assigned to students via Google Classroom™ where students can add and share their content with you.
If you like this product, check out these self-directed PBL resources:
- Video Training: Getting started with Self-Directed Project-Based Learning
- Project-Based Learning Sample Digital Planner
Blog posts for PBL guidance:
- The 7 Steps in Project Based Learning for Self-Directed Learners
- How to Implement Self-Directed Project-Based Learning Assessment Portfolios
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