New Study Shows the Impact of Project-Based Learning on Student Achievement

For Information in Action users

Online Resources for Information in Action can now be accessed through the Scholastic Digital Manager.

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POWERFUL PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

Stand-alone and embedded
tools help teachers develop expertise in using project-based instruction to teach informational reading and writing.

HIGH-INTEREST INFORMATIONAL TEXTS

A variety of lively and engaging texts expose students to the text types and features they need to develop lifelong informational reading and writing skills.

RIGOROUS PROJECT-BASED INSTRUCTION

Model units allow teachers to carry out instruction from day one and learn by doing. All units are grounded in the latest research and were rigorously field tested.

Meet Nell K. Duke, Ed.D.

Nell K. Duke, Ed.D., is a professor of literacy, language, and culture and in the combined program in education and psychology at the University of Michigan.

Watch Nell introduce INFORMATION IN ACTION