PBL: Project Based Learning: Driving Questions

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Learning Activity

A driving question in Project-Based Learning is a way to focus and direct the student through the question, problem, or challenge. 

Explore the resources below to learn more about how to create a driving question.


What is PBL?  from the Buck Institute

What is a Driving Question?

Buck Institute Resources for PBL *

10 Resolutions and 10 Resources for your PBL Classroom

Create a Driving Question

Every PBL project begins with a driving question.  Come up with a driving question for a project in your classroom. Before you begin, check out this article, A Tricky Part of PBL: Writing a Driving Question*,  to help you develop a driving question that best guides your project.

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