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Project-Based Learning (PBL) challenges students to critically think about a real-life issue that directly affects them, motivates them to find solutions to this authentic problem, and offers a variety of ways for students to express their ideas on this relevant matter. Through collaborative projects like surveys, anti-cyberbullying policies, and PSA (public service announcement) videos, secondary school students are able to creatively communicate their solutions to this very real concern. This workshop will showcase the steps to implement this PBL with your own students as well as formative assessments (whole class and small group discussions, peer feedback, and teacher feedback on written and oral work). The workshop will conclude with demonstrating rubrics for PBL’s summative assessments (PSA video, anti-cyberbullying policy poster, and persuasive email).