BIE Project Resources is a comprehensive library targeted for PBL

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Make the management transparent, so anyone coming into your classroom can see the tasks, the questions, the contracts, the learning. PBL Life has a great blog post highlighting this practice!

Principles for Creating High Quality Student Work
Top 10 Ways to Use G Suite in Project Management

Be sure to check with your IT department for any existing software agreements for project management tools that you may have access to as part of your organization!

If working with K-12 students, be aware of the necessity to create users as well as how teacher-student and student-student communications can be moderated and logged, per your organization's expectations.

Simple Graphic Organizers
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has a collection of graphic organizers available in English and Spanish

Self Assessments to form balanced teams
Strengths assessment suitable for high school and up
True Colors identifies personality traits
Career Assessments

The SCRUM Process


Team Norms and Responsibilities
Agile Classrooms has several resources
BIE offers a team contract however we recommend having the students develop the rules. Why? Here is an explanation. An Edutopia offers the science behind norming.
Guidelines (doc) for mentoring a team

PBL Tools at the state level
West Virginia Department of Education has a vast collection of tools to customize

G Suite Templates and Add-ons
Create Dynamic Project Plans with Sheets demonstrates how to create a custom spreadsheet for project management
Kanbanchi is a free app with a visual drag-and-drop interface that functions with Google Drive

Microsoft
OneNote is an underrated product that offers collaborative space to be structured
Project may be included in your organization's licensing

Stand-alone Tools
Asana has a basic version available for free
Basecamp is used by organizations and businesses for project management
Freedcamp i has a rather robust free plan with unlimited users.