An introduction to Project-Based Learning in English

Tim Murray
An experienced educator with a focus on equipping teachers to help their students to analyse texts and write well.
Engage students in real-world learning that is both relevant and challenging.
Target Audience
All English teachers.

Learning Areas

Teaching Standards

General Description

This course will be an introduction to Project-Based Learning. It will focus on grounding teachers in the philosophy and general practice of PBL and how to plan and integrate this pedagogy into the classroom.


All English teachers.

Available Delivery Formats

Format Description

24/7 lifetime course access


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This course contributes to 4.0 professional development hours.


There are no occurrences of 2. Online in Australia (NSW) at this time.


Introduction to PBL

2 hours

An intro to Project-Based learning, looking at foundational principles and key areas of understanding.

PBL in the classroom

2 hours

Strategies to implement PBL into the classroom.

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About the team

Tim Murray


I have been teaching in Government and Non-Government schools since 2003 and have a particular interest in developing approaches to teaching and learning that enhance students' skills in analysing and responding to various texts. I also aim to equip teachers to mark student work and provide meaningful feedback via practical and strategic learning activities and resources.