Project Based Learning in Gloucester County Schools is helping students think about real-world situations. 
Gloucester County Public Schools believes Project Based Learning puts their students in a situation to be productive citizens, globally competitive, real world thinkers and real-world problem-solvers.
Spring 2016 Project Based Learning Projects

Page & Peasley Middle Schools Showcase Their SPRING 2016 Project-Based-Learning Projects!
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What is PBL?
What is Project Based Learning (PBL)?
Buck Institute for Education
Why Project Based Learning (PBL)?
Buck Institute For Education
BIE for Project-Based Learning
Buck Institute for Education
BIE Twitter Feed
An Introduction to PBL -- Edutopia Video
From Edutopia
Project-Based Learning -- Edutopia
Project Based Learning: Explained
From Common Craft
Projects v. Project-Based Learning
A Handy Chart -- The Difference Between Projects & Project-Based-Learning
PBL in Action
Our Driving Question was “How do we, as engineers, design a new ride for Busch Gardens Williamsburg?” The students selected any type of ride they would like to construct. They could update or remove an existing ride. The type of ride determined their materials.

Contact Us
For more information, or for questions regarding how you can contribute contact:  
Chuck Wagner
Assistant Superintendent for Instruction
Gloucester County Public Schools