Are you trying to bring projects into the classroom, but struggling with a consistent structure to use while managing them? Thanks to a grant from the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF), you have access to free resources to help you and your students use project management techniques to organize projects.
Project management templates, processes, and instructions can be accessed following completion of a short survey use to measure the reach of these resources.Take the Survey
Use the action plan template to help you plan a project. Identify the project and its purpose along with how the project fits into the curriculum. As lesson planning continues, you can determine which project management framework templates should be used for the project.
The project management framework process breaks down the Project Management Processes with a simple overview of each process and identifies the framework templates and how they are used throughout a project.
Access all available framework templates that are used when bringing project management into the classroom. You determine which framework templates are needed to successfully complete your classroom project.
These framework templates provide guided questions to assist users when bringing project management into the classroom. You determine which framework templates are needed to successfully complete your classroom project.
The Project Management Glossary of Terms provides you with a glossary of commonly used terms in project management along with additional online resources involving project management.
This resource simplifies how to bring project management into the classroom by providing guidance to help teachers increase the level of success with the use of project management processes and tools.
Still skeptical about the benefits of project management? This resource provides links to impact stories from teachers and students who have used project management processes and tools.
As part of the grant from PMIEF, 56 teachers attended a two-day extensive training session and will use the training resources to reach other educators in their state. For more information, contact Tammy Cyrus, Director of Professional Development.