Eine angemessene Pädagogik für die digitale Welt

Foto: Villa Wewersbusch

Lernen im 21. Jahrhundert

Der Film beschreibt, wie das Lernen im 21. Jahrhundert sein sollte. Nach dem Vorbild des "21st Century Learning"-Films des US-amerikanischen Bildungsaktivisten Patrick Newell und durch seine Freigabe, hat die Organisation EDUCATION Y eine deutsche Fassung produziert. Darin kommen Bildungsexperten aus der Wissenschaft genauso zu Wort wie Bildungspraktiker. www.education-y.de


We Make Makers

Die Albemarle Public Schools in Virginia haben ihre Schulen zu einem großen Makerspace umgebaut.



Projektbasiertes Lernen – Project Based Learning

Beim Project Based Learning wird an interdisziplinären Projekten gearbeitet. Seine Effizienz und Nachhaltigkeit ist in über 40jähriger Forschung nachgewiesen worden.

Weitere Infos


»Research studies have demonstrated that PBL can be more effective than traditional instruction for teaching mathematics, economics, science, social science, clinical medical skills and for careers in the allied health occupations and teaching.«

Buck Institute for Education



Neugierde fördern und reale Probleme lösen

An der Birmingham Covington School arbeiten die Schüler in sogenannten Action Teams und setzen sich intensiv mit komplexen Fragestellungen in Projekten auseinander.

weitere Infos auf Edutopia.org



Lernen in fächerübergreifenden Projekten

An der Freiherr vom Stein Schule in Neumünster findet das Lernen in großen Projekten statt.


Quest 2 Learn

In der New Yorker Schule Quest to Learn findet Lernen spielerisch statt.

Weitere Infos: Lehrreiches Zocken. Computerspielen im Unterricht in den USA. Video-Beitrag bei 3SAT nano

Web Site der Schule

»What if we could build a school where students are excited about learning, solving problems and facing complex challenges?« Quest to Learn


Gold Standard Project Based Learning by PBLWorks is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.




Das sagt die Forschung

40 Jahre Forschung

Buck Institute for Education

»There is forty years of accumulated evidence that the instructional strategies and procedures that make up standards-focused Project Based Learning are effective in building deep content understanding, raising academic achievement and encouraging student motivation to learn.«

Horizon Report

Horizon Report 2015 K-12 Edition

»There has been a long-term emphasis in the classroom on deeper learning approaches, defined by the Alliance for Excellent Education as the delivery of rich core content to students in innovative ways that allow them to learn and then apply what they have learned. Projectbased learning, problem-based learning, inquirybased learning, and similar methods foster more active learning experiences, both inside and outside the classroom.«

Positive Effekte des PBL

Halvorsen et al. (2015): Narrowing the Achievement Gap in Second-Grade Social Studies and Content Area Literacy: The Promise of a Project-Based Approach

»Existing research on project-based approaches suggested that this kind of teaching can foster higher engagement and yield academic gains. Our study confirms the promise of project-based approaches in neglected domains with a disadvantaged population.«

Das sagen Experten

Edutopia.org

Educators and researchers share their views on why project-based learning is an important learning strategy for classrooms.

Forschungs-Review

Vanessa Vega

»Studies have proven that when implemented well, project-based learning (PBL) can increase retention of content and improve students' attitudes towards learning, among other benefits.«