Project learning can inspire the best of high-performance teamwork, or it can be devolve into unfocused chaos. How can we support each other to keep our eye on the prize? Share your project ideas, questions, and implementation experiences.

PBL Camp: Introduce yourself

Betty Ray Director of Programming and Innovation @Edutopia

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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Off Site Part Time General Adult Education Teacher

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I work with students ages 16 through 22 earning their standard high school department. I am a mother of four with a wonderful husband. I am looking forward to this camp in order to improve my teaching style.

Special Ed Teacher for students with emotional and behavioral disorders

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I am looking forward to learning more about PBL. My daughters' school extensively uses it as part of their Expeditionary Learning curriculum and I hope to figure out how to use it in my own teaching.

President / CEO of Lessons of the Heart, LLC

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Lessons of the Heart, LLC's mission statement is to create innovative ideas for more engaging educational experiences. I am a quality-driven professional with over 25 years experience in education. Results-oriented with a proven record of accomplishments and success in developing educational curriculum and data-driven evaluation design. I teach clients how to maximize resources that produce successful leveraging of funds. The leadership strategies I employ assist educational institutions, non-profits and faith-based organizations in obtaining buy-in from relevant stakeholders to help at-risk, low-income, diverse populations achieve success in the areas of education and community-based learning.

I have been desiging problem / project based learning curriculum sine the late 90's. Most of the curriculum I have developed used cross-curriculum techniques to teach STEM, health education, and health career awareness.

Teacher

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I am excited for "camp" and to learn more about Project Based Learning. I teach third grade in North Las Vegas. I would really like to learn more so that I can get my kids involved; they need something like this.

Veronica Freeman

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Hi. I will be started a new position as a High School Math teacher this year and I know that my new school is trying to use PBL. I would like to be able to hit the ground running when I start.

Hello, I am looking forward

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Hello,

I am looking forward to this "camp", currently I do not have a teaching assignment for this coming year but I have been in middle school math and science, but may end up someplace in a k through 5 classroom.

K-12 Teacher-Librarian on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington State

Teacher-librarian

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This looks interesting. I teach in a rural K-12 school/school district on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington, where I'm the librarian, 6th grade math teacher, middle school Title I support teacher, as well as the teacher for a high school class, Social Studies through Technology. I use Moodle in my hs class, and am looking for ideas for this class in particular.

I joined as I am really

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I joined as I am really excited to learn more about Project Based Learning. I teach third grade in North Las Vegas and I feel this would be a wonderful way to get my kids more excited about learning.

Have joined to refine my pbl

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Have joined to refine my pbl skills. Looking forward to it.

President / CEO of Lessons of the Heart, LLC

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I have been using problem / project based learning since the mid to late 90's. Mostly to teach science, math, health education,and health career awareness. More recently I am involved in the development of an online learning environment that will use project based learning to teach STEM to students worldwide using social networking.

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