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Connect with PBL World

Connect with PBL World

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I'll be blogging and tweeting this week from PBL World, a gathering of more than 450 PBL advocates in Napa, Calif. Sponsored by the Buck Institute for Education and Napa Valley Unified School District, PBL World is the first event of its kind. Educators from several countries and at least 27 states will be attending. You can take part from afar by following the Twitter hashtag #pblworld. Watch the Edutopia blogs, too, for daily updates. If I hear about great projects you might want to join, I'll let you know in this group discussion. Any questions you want to ask the PBL World gathering? Post them here and I'll do my best to track down answers for you!

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Ms. Elton
Freshman English I; Palm Bay, FL

Hello, and thank you for your time and consideration.

I'm new to the world of PBL/PBW and am quite interested in what PBW actually looks like in a high school English classroom. Also, what types of data can be quantified for, say, a Professional Growth Plan (FL)?

Enjoy PBL World!

Thank you,
Tami C. Elton
Palm Bay, FL

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