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What’s a Micro School? What’s project-based learning? What are rubrics and competency-based assessment all about? Learn more about project-based learning here, and how we are using it to change the way teachers teach and students learn. Learn more about a parents’ role in their child’s education, especially in times of Covid. We love learning and want students to love learning too.

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October 8, 2021

2021 Halloween at Centric Contest

June 10, 2021

Exclusive presentation from Central Michigan University

June 9, 2021

Exclusive presentation from Rochescter University


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September 30, 2021

What do you love about PBL

September 30, 2021

Centric Learning Practices What They Preach

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What Teachers Love About Project-Based Learning


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April 6, 2021

Making Project-Based Learning Inclusive in a Hybrid Setting

March 18, 2021

Closing the Global Achievement Gap with PBL

March 17, 2021

4 Equity Levers in Project Based Learning


  • Collaboration and communication are key skills taught through project-based learning. In an online setting, it’s crucial to create a strong learning community that engages students in working together as peers. Learn about how to design projects that ask students to give online feedback, work in small groups online, and other strategies for online collaboration.  
  • As schools work to make grading meaningful, the movement to adopt a standard-based grading system is gaining momentum. Learn about the best practices for prioritizing the most essential standards, connecting learning experiences to outcomes, and ensuring all students can reach mastery.
  • Project-based learning is already widely adopted in traditional face-to-face classrooms. With online and blended learning, the flexibility of time and student-centered approach can fit perfectly with project-based learning. In this webinar, learn how to use PBL instruction in your online and blended learning classrooms. Hear about real-life projects, online public audiences, and online group work.
  • Schools across the U.S are preparing to take their courses online in response to COVID-19, or coronavirus. At Centric Learning, we take this seriously and we are committed to helping schools transition to online learning for a short or long period of time. Join our upcoming webinar where you can learn how to support your students during school closures and how to create quality online instruction.
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