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Leah Ross Henry Sep 12
Q5: how do you prevent one student from doing all the work?
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sheila 5h
Is there a chat happening now on project based learning?
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Sara Lev Sep 16
First full draft of our upcoming book about PBL in early childhood and primary grades. For you Austin’s Butterfly fans out there, does this mean we have 5 drafts to go? It’s time to revise.
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GOTM Teaches Sep 10
Replying to @JennWillTeach
I was wondering the same thing!
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Terra Tarango Sep 16
Here's an engineering challenge that had our Ss engaged and collaborating. We followed it with a full PBL unit on water quality, but it's fun on its own, too!
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Leah Ross Henry Sep 12
Q2: What collaborative skills do students need to have?
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PBLWorks Sep 15
What is Project Based Learning? How does differ from “doing a project”? Learn more here!
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JenTech 6h
Designers practice rhythm, balance and pattern with zenTangles
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Leah Ross Henry Sep 12
Hey there friends, I’d love to have you join me NOW in or every Thursday after masterychat :)
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Ted Fujimoto Sep 12
School design w relationships 1st culture coupled w project-based learning works across all socioeconomics. 94% graduation rate & 82% college persistence rate🚀2019 New Tech Network School & Student Success Download now: ➡️
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Steffany Batik 3h
My most favorite people get a taste of pbl too. This is one of the first activities in a project my 2nd grader is doing on designing high quality play doh for kids who need to build muscle strength in their hands.
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New Tech Network Sep 16
What guides your school? All schools share the same 4 design pillars
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Brandon Goon Sep 12
Replying to @LeahRossHenry
Empathy! We need to be able to look at things from other peoples perspectives and form knowledge from diverse experiences
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chris fancher 17h
Looking forward to this coming down the pike. However many drafts it take (she could do another draft) - it will be good.
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Teacher2Teacher Sep 10
Ts, how do you design your group or partner activities to meet Ss’ individual learning needs?
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Center for Excellence @ New Tech High School Sep 16
The New technology... typewriter...
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New Tech @ Gereau 13h
As a project-based learning school, our teachers plan units of study in which students are engaged in creating a final product or addressing a real-world problem from beginning to end!
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Center for Excellence @ New Tech High School Sep 16
Focusing on space and learning culture! Students telling the story of it school.
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GOTM Teaches Sep 10
Excited to read these tips
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Mike 12h
Solution is to give more voice and choice to teachers in both policy and instructional design
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