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Jennifer Gonzalez Sep 11
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Livia Chan Oct 15
A1 I love project-based learning! My students started their Passion Projects and I have really enjoyed problem-based learning in the past too. I recently wrote a post about Passion Projects:
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Lisa Mireles, Ed.D. Oct 15
Excellent read - if you care about SEL and Equity, you should be using !
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Frank McKay Oct 14
Looking forward to our work w/, , & ETI on this exciting program! STARward STEM: Strengthening K-12 STEM Education with PBL in Space
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Scott Millar Oct 7
shouldn’t be confined to the business classroom. Entrepreneurial skills can be developed across curriculum areas and used to enhance learning for students.
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TeachThought Oct 26
Project-based learning tips for teachers include patience, letting students lead, and involving parents--helping them understand the process of learning through PBL. Project-Based Learning Tips For Teachers | TeachThought
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Jennifer Gonzalez Oct 7
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New Tech Network Oct 15
NTN Spotlight School profiles detail how a schools' culture, structures, assessment practices, student voice and more contribute to its success. Learn more about the various NTN Spotlight Schools here:
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Escola L'Horitzó Sep 15
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Anabel Gonzalez Oct 2
Projects vs. Project-Based Learning: What is the Difference?
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CoSpaces Edu Oct 19
Tomorrow is 🛠️ Let your students become creators with this building and coding activity:
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Brian David Platt Oct 9
Our protected bike lane construction plan for the fall is tentatively as follows (weather permitting): *Montgomery from Merseles to Bergen (already complete to Baldwin) *18th St. into Hoboken Ave up to Palisade *18th St. connection to Hoboken * Newark from Palisade to 6th
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TeachThought Oct 8
Teaching through project-based learning can benefit greatly from planning ahead. Here are 25 questions to guide your next project-based learning unit. 25 Questions To Guide Teaching With Project-Based Learning
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Bob Lenz Oct 14
All leaders in CA and MA should check this out. This new program provides the deep levels of training and support that schools need – through online workshops, virtual coaching, and a peer network of PBL leaders. Learn more and apply!
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Zigazoo Oct 15
Tune in now to as our Founder and CEO discusses !
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Learning Exchange Oct 9
Where does fit into a 21C learning vision? See the research. Teachers are essential.
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Justin Coffey Oct 12
A2) I’m lucky enough to have seen at all levels. However PBL in PreK-2 often looks much more like Play Based Learning
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dailySTEM (Chris Woods) Sep 30
Hey teachers...plan some creative candy ideas...what could your kids make? 🍬 Candy sorting machine 🎃 Pumpkin candy as units of measurement 📦 A box that dispenses candy 💼 A better candy bag ♻️ A way to reuse or recycle candy wrappers
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Elizabeth Reed Sep 22
We started our first of the year! Everyone was so excited about making vlogs, and watching our entry event- we didn't finish our Need to Knows. But we will next class! Can't wait to see what these engaged, creative students create!
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FrancesHazelReid ES Oct 1
Huge THANKS to for giving us a very special deal on these pumpkins for an upcoming project
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