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PBL Camp: Introduce yourself

PBL Camp: Introduce yourself

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Are you planning to attend Edutopia's PBL Camp? We'd love to hear from you! Tell us a little about yourself, what you teach, grade level and location. We look forward to "meeting" you!

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Suzanne Lustie's picture

There is such a wide variety of skills and backgrounds in this group I'm excited about all I can learn from you in the next four weeks. I retired from teaching public school in 2009 and am now teaching a few classed for a local university. Project based learning makes so much sense I'd like to know how to present this concept to the pre-service teachers I work with.

Jeffrey Decker's picture

Hi all...looking forward to collaborating on PBL's. I teach 6th and 8th science in an independent school in Tucson AZ. This will probably fit in best the 6th Earth Science curriculum. Right now I am trying get familier with the program and web sites. Praying they can get the oil spill under control.

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Keane Nacional
Secondary Educ Student: Certification in Chem, Gen. Science, and Math

Hello All,

I am a senior at the University of Michigan studying secondary ed. I am an academic facilitator at the Summer Engineering Academy, which exposes high school students to the STEM fields. I will be working with rising 10th and 11th graders who will be working on a similar project. Excited to share my experience in from both camps both ways.

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Macu Caruana
English Teacher Primary Education, from Alicante, Spain.

I'm English teacher in Primary Ed since last year but I've been working as ICT advisor in different reasearch projects. Now is the moment to implement the theory into practice and I really excited about the idea of PBL and social networking. I hope my next year's students find these ideas as motivating as I do.

Macu Caruana's picture
Macu Caruana
English Teacher Primary Education, from Alicante, Spain.

I'm a English teacher in Primary Ed since last year. However I've been ICT advisor in different educational projects during at least 10 years. Now is the moment to turn all that thery into practice and implementation and I think PBL and social networking is a great way to do it. I hope my next year's students feel as motivated with these ideas as I do.

Shaina Glass's picture

I'm a fourth grade Science and Texas History teacher in Houston. I have been teaching 6 years, 5 years at my current school. I am very excited to use PBL at my campus this year and think that networking will help me learn and grow in this experience. I'm excited to be working with all of you!

Judy Nokes's picture

[quote]Are you planning to attend Edutopia's PBL Camp? We'd love to hear from you! Tell us a little about yourself, what you teach, grade level and location.

We look forward to "meeting" you![/quote]

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Craig Douglas
Consultant to schools on use of technology in the classroom

I taught for 40 years...science grades 6-12 and now am a technology consultant for schools
In the diocese of Bridgeport CT.

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Ann Morgan
seventh grade science teacher from Texas

I am a 7th grade science teacher. Our school district is going with pb learning this upcoming school year. I am looking forward to this online camp to get me started.

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Maura Robinson
Primary Elementary Teacher from Las Vegas, NV

I am looking forward to the "camp" connections that I will make with this new on line community. I am especially interested in technology tips and "tricks." I use a smartboard in my classroom and I know that I could be doing so much more with it than I currently do. I am teaching in a year round school, and will dismiss for the summer on August 4th. It's a hot one in Las Vegas, today.

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