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Torie Marquez Jun 20
PBL is hard but it’s the right work. Through critique, feedback, reflection, and some TLC, my created project went from Draft A to Draft B.
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Susann Bailey Jun 20
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James Fester Jun 19
Building a kinetic sculpture in 20 minutes?!? No problem for our participants!
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Judith Fiol Jun 17
Excited to learn how to implement PBL!
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Charity Moran Parsons, Ed.S. (iDoSchool) Jun 17
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Debra Hunter Jun 20
Every single day our parents give us their most prized possession - their kids. What we do with that gift tells about who we are as humans. Monika Draper, Principal at Billie Martinez School
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Missy Mayfield, PhD Jun 20
Woot! Woot! accepting the 2019 PBL Champion District at . So proud of this team! Inspiring ALL students with PBL ⁦
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DinahBectonConsuegra Jun 20
Back in my bed for a few nights. Blessed to love what I do for a living and for a loving. All my love to 1400 educators that spent some moments in work that will free
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Dr. Sumreen Asim Jun 20
Well, got a tattoo during the ⁦⁩ lunch and won a t-shirt through a raffle before heading home! Thank you ⁦⁩ for a great experience
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Katie Parker-Riccio Jun 19
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mollyb Jun 17
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Myla Lee Jun 21
So I finally got a photo with this man. 🙂I’ve read his books, heard him speak,& watched him in “Austin’s Butterfly” countless times, always to be inspired by his dedication to students’ learning, beautiful work, and PBL.
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Debra Hunter Jun 20
As leaders it can be hard to keep a lot of balls in the air at once.
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Stephanie Burns Jun 19
Fighting the FOMO with happening this week. Tho SO excited for the hundreds, thousands of learners who will walk into a classroom & truly, authentically be seen & heard this year as a result of this work. Thank you
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Brandon Wiley, Ed.D. Jun 21
We were very pleased to recognize yesterday as our 2019 PBL Champion! His remarks to the audience about beautiful work & believing in the potential of students was a fitting end to a great week of learning, laughter & networking for 1400 educators.
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Timothy Yeager Jun 18
Getting ready for 2019. We Kepler Neighborhood School are looking forward to developing a better understanding of how to best roll our PBL, supporting our teachers and system to ensure equitable outcomes. Here’s my new friend
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Students Rebuild Jun 18
We're excited to host an few of our many champion educators at ! These educators will be working over the next few months to help create a new unit for our entire community to use in the fall when our new Challenge launches!
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Kristina H Waner Jun 19
Dr. Pedro Noguera was amazing! The man speaks truth. Equity means teaching all students, we don't get to choose. Sparking curiousity creates equity and it's our responsibility to find a way! I'm fired up!
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CALSA Jun 18
Do you know your Why? Respond to Discussion (Q1) Inner Purpose: What gets you up & out the door every day? (Q2) Core Beliefs: What do you believe about students? (Q3) Strengths: What are you good at & can easily thrive in?
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DowntownDragons Jun 18
PBL World Conference 2019 with Angela Jones learning together as principals striving to meet the needs of all our students & increase achievement outcomes!
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