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Aaron Eisberg
Learning Coordinator- Centers for Excellence , BIE National Faculty , water polo
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New Tech High CFE Aug 19
Observe PBL in Action for Free & Design for academic Impact -
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Aaron Eisberg Aug 13
Love it when you walk into your kid's class the day before school and see evidence of your work with teachers over the summer of building assessment capable learners in
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Michael McDowell Aug 10
Creativity is founded on our competence —“making novel selections from well stocked shelves”. The best teaching of competence and creativity is shaped not by ideology but by the particulars of what is best for learning at surface, deep and transfer.
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Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) Aug 9
“Teachers should connect history to students’ lives. Students need to understand how the makeup of their classroom, school, and town are a product of historical policies and events.”
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Aaron Eisberg Aug 6
Thank you for your time energy and effort! Looking forward to connecting again!!
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Aaron Eisberg Jul 28
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Michael McDowell Jul 28
Just got copies of the Korean language Edition of Rigorous by Design— so cool!
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Aaron Eisberg Jul 16
Love being in the town where you grew up... No (well...little now) light pollution and the moon and stars are an you need to see... And let your kids roam free....
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Aaron Eisberg Jul 16
This is the power of PBL.. Not just solving one problem in a group of 4 but to switch contexts...
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Aaron Eisberg Jul 9
One of the hardest tasks and will be a great resource for everyone in PBL!
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Aaron Eisberg Jun 22
Quick two day vacation meeting new friends one is an archeologist who (shocker) doesn't look at dinosaurs..... project ideas are everywhere! New contexts for twists and turns!
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CALSA Jun 18
President & President Elect Engaged with 1,400 plus Familia of Educators See you All this Summer @CALSASI2019
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Aaron Eisberg Jun 13
Dear , Thanks for being such a great participant this week! You did awesome work and your students are lucky to have you! Sincerely,
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Aaron Eisberg Jun 11
You never looked so good giving the keynote at
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PBLWorks Apr 30
Have you wondered how Project Based Learning can be interdisciplinary at the secondary level? has some great suggestions in this blog: Scheduling an Interdisciplinary Project
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Aaron Eisberg May 8
Watching this project unfold...great use of content and outcomes...amazing work!!
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New Tech High CFE May 8
Great Overview from our friend on his visit to our partner elementary school about how high quality designed projects moves the learning forward!
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Aaron Eisberg May 5
Congrats ! Another great year and OVO championship!!!
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PBLWorks May 2
In "PBL vs Product-Based Learning" National Faculty member reminds us that Project Based Learning is about the learning, and the Public Product should reflect that.
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Kristy Lathrop Apr 28
So excited to be part of this assembly of educators who want to make learning deeper for students! “Tomorrow starts today just as it does every day.” -
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