"It will change everything I do and the way my students view education."

"There was a lot of energy in the room and our group was just AMAZING! The presenter was very knowledgeable and very inspiring, positive, as well as helpful."

"The culture was pleasant, relaxing, and very informative. The presenter was knowledgeable and friendly."

"Transformational...One of the best training sessions I've had in my 28 years of teaching!"

"I think that the impact PBL will have in my classroom is giving students life skills that they will be able to use in the future."

We love to get educators back in their sweet spot! We offer customized training and collaboration for Project Based Learning.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Check out our Training Opportunities Page to see what Magnify Learning is doing with educators! We have open workshops in both Indiana and Missouri this summer. Registration is now open for our June 2017 PBL Workshops!
PBL Web Sessions

PBL Web Sessions

PBL Web Sessions are a year long service offered for a flat fee. This service includes eight total web sessions. We offer six standard PBL web sessions covering the basic elements of project-based learning instruction as well as two additional customized web sessions.
PBL Certification

PBL Certification

Experience in the utilization of PBL is being recognized by an increasing number of school leaders as a valued opportunity for educators. PBL certification allows teachers/facilitators to demonstrate achievement of a high level of quality and success in the PBL process. Contact Diane Clancy, our Director of Professional Development, and begin your PBL certification process today!
Authentic Projects by: Sara Payne

Authentic Projects by: Sara Payne

In my experience with Project-Based Learning, I’ve encountered many teachers who seek out examples of project ideas or projects. When you're starting out in the process, it's natural to want examples. In many cases though, they want to use units they haven’t designed or decide to create a project around a made up scenario/problem. While finding project examples and ideas is a good start for the brainstorming process, I am a strong advocate for designing your own projects.