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The Benefits Are Clear

Students using project-based learning present stronger test results and critical thinking skills and authentic learning projects allow teachers to support existing curriculum without requiring additional resources. 

These projects are personalized, relevant, and most importantly, they’re only a click away. A completely digital platform gets project breakdowns to you and your students in moments, so you can focus on teaching, not tech.

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The Defined Brands

Defined Learning

With project based learning, our flagship solution puts all students at the top of the class.

Defined Careers

Hands-on projects take students from the classroom to the workforce as passionate exploration becomes real life experience.

Defined Academy

The learning never stops as instructors have the chance to develop new skills and explore professional learning opportunities.

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Why PBL

Understanding by Design

Following the Understanding by Design Framework (UBD) means starting at the results and working backwards to discover the process. You want your students to learn interactively without ignoring the textbook and Defined wants to help you get there.

Dive into the UBD process and discover how it can redefine your curriculum without rewriting it.

Funding and Assistance

Enhancing a curriculum, especially if you’re remote or hybrid, can be complicated and costly. With complimentary projects for grades K-12, you can incorporate an authentic performance task as a project or into your existing curriculum.

You can also get help locating relief funding in your state. Money shouldn’t stand in the way of learning.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We’re happy to answer any questions you have. Click on the links below or feel free to contact us.