Project-Based Inquiry (PBI) Global is a collaborative, inquiry-based instructional strategy that connects students internationally through interdisciplinary inquiry projects. These projects require students to ask compelling questions; gather and analyze sources; creatively synthesize claims and evidences; critically evaluate and revise; and share, publish and act.
Teachers have many demands on their time, which is why PBI Global is designed on a continuum of complexity. The following features can be used to design a PBI Global that fits the needs of any classroom and allows teachers to decide the nature of the project.
a) curriculum alignment
b) project duration
c) student autonomy
d) nature of collaboration
e) student products
f) instructional supports
[Video]: Person Early College Innovation and Leadership Investigate Global Water and Sanitation with PBI Global
Person Early College Innovation and Leadership students are learning how to ask compelling questions to solve real-world problems through a new partnership with Project-Based Inquiry (PBI) Global.
Going Global With Project-Based Inquiry: Cosmopolitan Literacies in Practice
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