Think Global PBL Academy
Attend a 3 day PBL Project Design and Management Activity
Participants are launched into a challenge to create a classroom PBL project for their students that fosters inquiry, research, collaboration and presentation of learning based on state standards and objectives.
Participants discover how to craft a project rubric, map out the scaffolding necessary to assist students and the assessments needed to adjust instruction. The day ends with exploration of the entry event to launch and engage students in the project.
Participants acquire tools to support student autonomy in learning and to successfully manage collaboration during a project. In the afternoon they will present their projects that have been crafted over the last two days to a panel of peers and trainers for constructive feedback, learning the expectations for student's presentations.
- Chuck Allison
- Carol Petersen
- Lisa Robertson, Principal Travis Heights Elementary
Steve Zipkes [ Founder ]
Stephanie Ehler [ Lead Trainer ]
Les Simpson [ Trainer ]
Stephanie Hart [ Trainer ]
3 Levels of Training
Project Design & Management Academy
A dynamic academy designed to train educators in the basic elements and best practices for designing and implementing Project Based Learning (PBL) in the classroom.
Designed for educators that have attended the Foundational Academy and have implemented projects in the classroom. Sessions take a deeper dive on designing and managing PBL in the classroom.
School Wide Scale Up Academy
Is your school ready to utilize PBL school wide? If so this training will assist school staff in collaborating to develop systems to scale up and support the use of PBL school wide.
We are pleased to announce the opening of our new school and training site August 2016. If coming to our location is not possible for your group of educators we can come to your campus and train. Call us for more information.