This last section of 25 pages, describes three real-life learning projects that can be done in schools around the globe, where a professional project manager and a teacher (or teachers) work together to provide 21st century learning for students. The three examples are graded from youngest to oldest students with each presenting a Project Introduction, a Project Description and Project Cycle Activities by Phase.
This part of the publication has 99 pages including introductory sections. There is no Glossary in this part, but there is a Glossary at the end of the second part of the publication, as you will see below.
The second part of the publication, Learning Guide for Educators, also has its contents set out in 7 chapters with two additional sections as follows:
This Project Bridges section also features three real-life learning projects done in schools in a graded manner similar to that described in the Learning Guide for the Project Managers part of the publication. The section on Project Learning Resources is the largest 31 pages, and covers important topics such as Key Learning Project Components Review; 21st century Skills Descriptions; and Educational Research on Project Learning. It also has a list of Recommended Resources and Guides.
Finally, there is a short Glossary of 50 of the most common professional project management terms and their definitions together with their respective "learning project terms" (where appropriate substitute words are suggested).
This part of the publication has 112 pages.
3. Learning Guide for Project Managers p61
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