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PBL Exemplar - You Make Me Ill

An introduction to the Dinuba High School Medical Academy's You Make Me Ill freshman year project. This project-based learning opportunity helps students to understand the concepts behind infectious diseases and their spread.



We're very proud of the projects we're partnering in.  To learn more about how pblCORE can partner with your campus on project based learning, please watch the videos below.



pblCORE, TCOE's Model for Project Based Learning

The Tulare County Office of Education model for Project Based Learning, pblCORE, is a structured process designed to support educators in developing and delivering effective instruction focused on building transferable skills that prepare students for college, career, and life.  

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pblCORE process is an integrated approach for designing, implementing, assessing, and managing Project Based Learning.  The ten characteristics of PBL, California State Standards and Instructional Shifts, 21st Century Skills, Depth of Knowledge, the Three Rs (Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships), and conceptual curriculum mapping are embedded in pblCORE.

To learn more about our pblCORE learning opportunities, visit our PBL PD page.











Project Based Learning (PBL)


Welcome to the Common Core Connect PBL Home Page, where you'll find news and information helpful to your integration of project-based educational techniques with California's State Standards.

PBL Consultants


Jen FranconeJen Francone
ELA/ELD & PBL Consultant
Doctoral Candidate 

(559) 651-3031 Ext. 3355

Joy SoaresJoy Soares
Director, College and Career Director, Tulare Kings Linked Learning Consortium
(559) 733-6101