To succeed, teachers who use project-based learning in the classroom may need to use fresh approaches to teaching. It is not how most educators were trained, nor even how they were taught to teach, to have the teacher act as a guide or facilitator. Project-based learning is more open-ended and multidisciplinary than traditional training, which is why direct-instruction techniques that rely on textbooks, lectures, and conventional evaluations do not function effectively. Instead of "telling," teachers conduct more mentoring and modelling. They must be at ease dealing with "wrong turns" that students could take on the way to finishing a project. As projects progress, teachers can discover that they are learning together with their pupils.
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