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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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Martha Bless's picture

I am thrilled to join this online group. I facilitate professional development for teachers and would love to include more information and resources about PBL in the workshops that I conduct. Thanks!

Sarah Davis's picture
Sarah Davis
High School English Teacher from Silver Creek, New York

As a 10+ secondary ed teacher, I've been attempting to bring more Project Based Learning to my district. I'm excited to participate in this camp and to gain a wealth of information for all of you!

Sincerely,
Sarah

Terry J. NeSmith's picture
Terry J. NeSmith
Instructional Facilitator NE Regional Office

I am joining this group because of my passion for PBL and my ferverent belief that PBL is what makes education engaging for everyone concerned - teachers, students, parents, and all other stakeholders. Additionally, Memphis City Schools encourages/mandates PBL through our ThinkShow! every Fall and Spring. I want to be able to support the schools in my region as they participate in this extraordinary event. Wow, I am looking forward to "Summer Camp"!

Tori Bazile's picture

Good morning. I am currently a 9th grade Algebra I teacher in Baton Rouge, LA. I have been teaching for 10 years. I am interested in this group/camp so that I can learn all about PBL and create projects in my math classroom. I am very excited about this opportunity.

Grace Cooke-Thomas's picture

I am a special education teacher and I teach math to lower functioning students. I have students with various functioning levels. I enjoy teaching.

Denny Atkinson's picture

I work for a NY state BOCES (a regional school consortium) as a staff developer and tech integrator. One of our missions this year is to encourage the use of project-based learning in our school districts and in our alternative and special education centers. I'm looking forward to learning more.

Ali Maggio-Beiermeister's picture
Ali Maggio-Beiermeister
Director of Professional Development/CUSD #200

I am looking for support as I move forward in training our teachers to use project based learning in their classrooms. I work with K-12 teachers in all subject areas.

Jennifer Winn's picture

Hi everyone! My name is Jennifer Winn and I am attending Old Dominion University to become an elementary school teacher. I strive to go outside the boundaries of my classes at ODU to find other ways to learn as much as possible for when I finally get to teach a class of my own! I started in ECE first as I believe a teacher should know how their students develop before they come to their classroom, and I think this camp is a wonderful opportunity to give me some great ideas for my class, as well as suggestions for the teachers at my kids' school, where I am actively involved!

Mindy Kain's picture

My name is Mindy Kain, 7/8 science & technology instructor at North Valley Middle School, Colorado. We are a small community just south of Greeley, CO. I'm looking forward to learning how to make a difference & have students start "solving" our world problems. After all, that's what we are trying to teach them, right?

Mindy Kain's picture

My name is Mindy Kain, 7/8 grade science & technology instructor at North Valley Middle School. We are a small community just south of Greeley, CO. I am looking forward to learning how to make a difference and to be able to teach my students how to "solve" the world's problems. After all, that's what our job is, right?

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