Make project-based learning easier with Project Foundry. We engage students in the learning process, dramatically reduce paperwork and compile performance-based assessment in an easy-to-search format. Learn more.
the main course,
not just the dessert!
Scaffold the process, while embracing voice and choice in both teacher-guided and student-led projects using Project Foundry.
WISN/Project Foundry PBL Unconference
WISN/Project Foundry PBL Un-conference | June 18-20, 2014
Hosted by MG21 Charter School
Join us and participate in the sixth annual, three-day, hands on Project Based Learning Un-conference. Learn more...
Big Picture Leadership Conference | DEC. 11-13, 2013
Hosted by Big Picture Schools
Join us as we share how Project Foundry helps take passions to performance. Learn more...
Schools Worth Visiting: Many use Project Foundry
Many of the schools listed in the recent EdWeek Post are Project Foundry customers and enthusiasts. Read the full post...
Our monthly newsletter highlights practical methods and resources to engage learners and ensure results:
What Others Are Saying
Project Foundry and Wisconsin Innovative Schools Network (WISN) have partnered to bring you a 3-day un-conference focused on the powerful learning that is happening on the continuum of K-12 project-based learning.
People We Think Do Good Work
Peter's an experienced educator dedicated to relinquishing responsibility for learning to the students.
Educator, author and advocate, Suzie provides best practice insights and encouraging examples giving pioneers the confidence to know they're not alone.
As an advocate for project-based learning and integrated solutions addressing skills needed for the 21st Century, Michael provides excellent ideas along with specific strategies.
The Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is a non-profit, research and development organization dedicated to improving the practice of teaching and process of learning.
Advocates of Better Project Based Learning