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Magnify Learning Jul 11
And here they are!! We missed a pic with our Advanced participants, but this week was our biggest ever with over 80 participants between our groups. Pictured: 50+ in this week’s PBL jumpstart and our work-horse certification crew!! (They took a “silly” family photo as well)
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LCPS Cafe 18h
We are busy gearing up for a new school year! From tabletop gardens root viewers to see through compost containers and food models, we are ready to help our teachers achieve their goals! Stay tuned for a signup link where teachers can request items for their class!
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Rachel Bishop 11h
On day 3 of we discussed how helps prepare our students with the soft skills needed to be future employees as told by the BBB! We have noticed that there is a trend of our students struggling more and more with so many of each of these skills.
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Ellen (Ellie) Fry 16h
Got all my PBL projects submitted. Almost done with module 8. Can't wait to finally enjoy my summer. projects are pretty cool.
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Maker Maven 11h
Fun idea for a makerspace sign using all household found materials!
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MVESKindergarten 13h
Today’s focus was “What kinds of dogs are there?” We shared about the dogs & their coats that we have been researching. We read “Why is Blue Dog Blue?” and learned about George Rodrigue’s famous painting. taught us how to draw Blue Dog & we painted our own.
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Molly Matott Jul 17
And I thought the food version of "Chopped" made me a little anxious... the ultimate planning test? Whoa now.
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Rachel Bishop 12h
more about the power of using in our classrooms at and did a penny flip activity that reminded us that working together as a group can be more effective than working individually.
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Mrs. Buening Jul 17
My "why" of joining this PBL journey goes along with my favorite quote. Our students are ready for this journey, it's our job as teachers to get on board!
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Modular Robotics Jul 17
Looking for an authentic experience for your students? Check out this video project for fans! We've even provided some getting started resources for both students and teachers. Learn more:
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Marlene 17h
Applying truly benefits the students: they learn to organize, work in groups, they are willing to accept feedback to improve. As teachers, it helps us to identify if all the students are involved in the process. We make sure all of them work!
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Carina Park 15h
Thank you to my class for engaging with me in making connections between Collaborative Inquiry , and Equity and Inclusivity.
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Lacrecia Terrance Jul 13
The biggest misconception about is that it only works with high academic students! My journey, my personal testimony is that is works for All students. Mostly, my struggling learners. You just can’t tell because I USE PBL!
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CWInstitute (CWI) 15h
Early registration is now open for CWI's 2020 Summer EAST Institute, In Brooklyn, w/ a limited number of scholarships available for this transformative professional development event. A perfect opportunity for teams. learn more:
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Douglas Park School Jul 17
A busy day at school today! Check out this awesome doctors surgery set up in our NE play environment. Our learners will be so excited on Monday 😍👏🏻
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Lisa Jones Jul 15
My Grade Five class working on their unit on human organ systems. Student-generated, hands-on, collaborative, and reflective.
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Kathleen Griswell Jul 16
*scrolls shared resources from past training*Why!?WHY do so many Ts w/positional authority(not true influence/leadership)refer to in class activities as PBL?Activities👏🏼 are 👏🏼 not 👏🏼 projects 👏🏼.Does this “project” contain any elements of PBL?NO?!STOP MISINFORMING
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Emily Lavender Jul 16
I ❤️ the work these teachers are doing! They are creating OUTSTANDING projects for their kiddos!
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Lead4Change 12h
Through the Lead4Change experience, you and your students will be making BIG change happen.
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CSCR Jul 10
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