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Matt Dunbar Apr 6
Hey everyone! Matt from Rocky Mount, Va. AP at Ben Franklin Middle. Excited to learn tonight and follow along with the conversation. Just got back inside after a fun night of kicking the soccer ball with my cutie!
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Sydney Koch Apr 6
A2: My district has created STEM challenges each week to encourage students’ problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration skills! This has been a great way to implement PBL in distance learning!
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Stella Pollard Apr 6
A3: PBL gives families a chance to solve problems and find solutions together. I love that these moments can happen. However, with the current circumstances being in mind, it's important to have empathy and understand that not all families can participate.
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Park Based Learning Apr 6
A4 - Engagement allows students freedom to explore for their own answers. We’ve got great resources for this on our Park Based Learning website. Check them out!
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Paul Solarz Apr 6
"Invent a Sport That Can Be Played with Social Distance" Check out this new PBL activity from John Spencer:
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Mark Jackson Apr 6
Welcome to learn please say your name and where you are teaching from.
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Mr. Tarasevich JR Apr 6
A2: When planning for our next unit, we're going to need to modify things. I'm going to rely heavily on The Rubrics function in Google Classroom. I was creating Digital Project Mountains, that is going to continue 😁 learning process for all of us
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Paul Solarz 2h
Register TODAY for... "Science on the Grand!" A STEAM Conference for Inquiry-Based Instruction: July 13-14, 2020 in Grand Rapids, Michigan I went last year & highly recommend it!
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Park Based Learning Apr 6
A7 - FREE project for all educators on our website! Please feel fee to share this or sign up for newsletter at . Next edition coming out soon!
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Mr. Tarasevich JR Apr 6
A3: I think parents are starting to see the work their child has been producing now that they're all home. If anything allows for parents to take a breather since alot of it is Independant...students know what resources to access rather than just asking parents
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Kelly Koch Apr 6
A5: Engagement at home
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Mark Jackson Apr 6
Wow so many great ideas and conversations I can't keep up with them all! Here is question 6!
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Melissa Pilakowski 8h
One of the GREATEST motivators is choice and autonomy. Tonight, let's talk about creating CHOICE BOARDS to keep students motivated to learn! Join tonight, 8pmET/7pmCT/6pmMT/5pmPT
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Mark Jackson Apr 6
Final Question of the night! Man that hour went by fast!
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Sherry Burgdorf Apr 6
Q4: Engagement to me is seeing your students motivated to dive deeper and they want to keep learning. These students go off on tangents to make the learning relevant for them. It doesn't look the same for everyone.
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Sherry Burgdorf Apr 6
Q3: I think PBL will strengthen the Parent/Teacher relationship because parents are seeing what their child is doing in the classroom. I don't think a lot of parents realize the increased rigor of standards over the past few years.
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Mr. Tarasevich JR Apr 6
Ok I'm going to dip out (sorry!) Thanks for some great topics/questions
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Linda Edwards Apr 6
A5 We just started distance learning so I can’t really say. In class they were quite involved in our projects
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BarbaraGruener Apr 6
A3: We've had a PBL Knitting Club for 16 years now; just this weekend, a mom sent a private FB message to thank me for teaching her now-college-aged daughter to knit b/c that young lady STILL knits & just taught this mom to knit. It's a bridge!
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Mark Jackson Apr 6
Question 4 coming your way!
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