Project Based Learning
My approach to PBL will be focused on creating digital marketing lessons build around science fiction movies. My high school students will thrive from that!
- Aug 19, 2016
- Aug 5, 2016
This is a great community. I consistently try to implement project based learning along with other strategies. I am very hands on.
- Jul 26, 2016
In a world with such rapid advancement, students need to be learning about up-to-the-minute discoveries. Here is another Connections-based Learning experience, this time in the area of space exploration, and tips on how you can do the same.
- Jun 29, 2016
Are you looking for others around the globe with whom to connect you class? Please join Connected Learning Partnerships. See this post for details.
- Jun 4, 2016
I am creating an online STEAM camp for 7-9 graders. It is a virtual capture the flag format with a leader board daily challenges, riddles and quests. I am looking for ideas for the quests (capturing the flags). Students need to locate places through a riddle and Google Earth and then complete a challenge. Any ideas? Thanks!
- May 30, 2016
A new PBL course supported by the European Commission, eTwinning and European Schoolnet is starting on 6th June
- May 30, 2016
Sending an enormous thank you to those of you who completed my 3-question survey on student engagement a few weeks ago! Throwing the link up one last time for anyone who might be interested. There’s still an opportunity to win a $200 cash prize for answering. Thanks again for your thoughtful comments!
- May 12, 2016
Looking for a class to exchange word problems with before June 8th! We had a partner back down and we would love to learn about where you are from. Even if we get only a couple problems it would be a HUGE help. The driving question: How can we learn about the world through math story problems. See the info here: http://tinyurl.com/j5qohnb
- May 6, 2016
As part of our project-based learning, Cosby High School's Parasitology class launched a Web site about mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases in Virginia, including Zika. I think the students did a great job, and I invite you to see the results of their hard work:
You are also invited to use the Comments section to provide feedback. Thanks a million!
- May 5, 2016
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