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Training Tips

Tip #5: Creating an action plan or listing the next two things each participant might do are good ways to wrap up a training. Ask staff what assistance they’d like for implementation and how they can support one another’s efforts.

Tip #6: Survey and gather staff feedback on training content and delivery to determine how to improve.

How ready are you for training and supporting staff development for project-based learning?

Project-based learning is a dynamic approach that is learned, developed and improved over time. Some aspects will work beautifully from the start. Others will have mixed results; some may be downright failures. Staff and youth will respond differently to different parts. 

Ongoing training, support, feedback, reflection and revision are key to quality building.

 

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Project-Based Learning

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Glossary

Project-Based Learning