Project-Based Learning for Administrators - 014714
Is project-based learning (PBL) happening on your campus? Beyond the high engagement, collaborative, student-centered project creation, what is really happening in those classrooms? In this session, we will unpack the structure of PBL and help administrators identify "look-fors" during each phase of a project-based learning unit. We will also explore clarifying and probing questions to use when conversing with PBL teachers and students to help ensure learning is occurring in the excitement of PBL.

Audiences Assistant Principals, Instructional Technology Personnel, Principals, Central Office Administrators, Instructional Leaders

02549406/24/2020 09:00am - 04:00pmESC Region 11
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Credit Hours   06:00 hours of Continuing Professional Education 
Presenter   Lori Cole Miniet ESC 11 
Seats Left   25 

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