For The Development Of Pedagogical Standards And Evaluation Of A Leadership Program

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    24 Months
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    General Support/Program
The Beryl Buck Institute for Education creates, gathers, and shares high-quality project-based learning instructional practices and products and provides services to teachers, schools, and districts. The institute will facilitate the creation and adoption of project-based learning standards that include deeper learning outcomes; in addition, the institute will evaluate its principal development program for alignment to deeper learning and introduce a portfolio defense system for leaders. This grant will test the theory of diffusion that by making elements of deeper learning leadership more observable, the practices and ideas will be more likely to spread.
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