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Sat, Apr 20


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Implementing Project-Based Learning In Your Classroom Online Live Event

Join Nancy Mikhail for an online, live event talking all things about PBL! Find ways to reach ALL your learners! From the students that struggle to the students that need more of a challenge. Transform your classroom to learning where students are truly engaged and directing THEIR own learning

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Implementing Project-Based Learning In Your Classroom Online Live Event
Implementing Project-Based Learning In Your Classroom Online Live Event

Time & Location

Apr 20, 2024, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

Online Live Event


About the event

In this 2 hour event, we’ll go over:

  • Benefits of PBL
  • Step-by-step in implementing PBL
  • Collaborate to create PBL during the workshop
  • Takeaways to implement right away
  • Giveaways!

*Uplevel your teaching by implementing PBL to promote 21st century skills, such as critical thinking, analyzing, problem-solving and creativity. 

*Use PBL to teach cross-curricular concepts - PBL isn't supplemental! It takes the place of traditional teaching. 

*Students are learning in a dynamic and engaging way. 

In this online live event, we'll explore the best practices and strategies for implementing PBL in K-12 inclusion classrooms. You'll learn how to design and implement PBL projects that engage students, foster creativity, reach each and every student no matter how they learn and promote deeper learning. We'll also discuss how to assess PBL projects and provide constructive feedback to students. In addition to learning and practicing the skills for creating PBL projects, you'll receive a free planning guide on how create projects. This session is interactive and you'll walk away with new ideas, skills and resources to help you plan and implement project-based learning.

The session will cover the following topics:

  • Understanding the benefits of project-based learning for K-12 students
  • Identifying the essential elements of an effective PBL project
  • Designing PBL projects that align with learning objectives and standards
  • Assessing student learning in PBL projects
  • Differentiating implementation based on students needs
  • Providing feedback to students that encourages reflection and growth
  • By the end of the session, participants will have a deeper understanding of how to design and implement effective PBL projects in their classrooms. They will leave with practical strategies and resources to help them get started with PBL implementation.


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