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Project-based learning can make students anxious (and that’s not always a bad thing)

KQED News Mind/Shift – Nimah Gobir

Educators who invest in project-based learning (PBL) say the benefits are obvious: real-world relevance and a sense of purpose lead to higher classroom engagement and better knowledge retention among students. But the path to those outcomes isn’t always smooth. Students sometimes resist the more active role PBL requires from them, because they are accustomed to sit-and-get instruction.

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