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Pull It Together


You have finished the Implementation section of Project-Based Learning. You are ready to design and implement powerful projects that are youth centered and promote project leaderships; have clear goals and objectives that support academic and 21st-century skill development; are doable and sustainable; and demonstrate and document learning.

Next Steps

Explore additional sections of Project-Based Learning as you plan your next steps:

Coaching My Staff: If you are a site coordinator or administrator, learn how to coach staff to effectively plan projects, engage youth and document learning. Coaching My Staff includes training tips.

Trainings to Go: Find hour-long trainings complete with a PowerPoint and all handouts.

Training Starters: Training Starters are Word documents with a training outline and talking points for you to customize and adapt.

Tools: Numerous tools for project-based learning and civic learning and engagement help you to plan and implement quality projects.

Discussion Boards: Visit the discussion boards to share the excitement and exchange strategies with the field.


My Notebook

Project-Based Learning

The Notebook is a useful way to jot down notes as you go through the various topics available on the You For Youth website. If you'd like to use the notebook, please sign in if you already have an account or register now to join the Y4Y community!


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