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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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Karima's picture

Hello,
I'm a middle school math and science teacher in Tucson. I am looking forward to learning how to bring some project base learning into my classes.
It will be great to work on real life problems.

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KarenG
3rd grade teacher in Doha, Qatar

I am excited about the opportunity to learn and actually use pbl. I want to learn how to integrate it in my teaching and bring it back for the other members of my team.

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KarenG
3rd grade teacher in Doha, Qatar

Hi Caroline,
Beautiful part of WA. At one time we looked into teaching there. A path not traveled...

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Gerald Carey
Middle School Science/Mathts teacher from South Australia

Hi, I am from Adelaide, South Australia.
I am relatively new to PBL but I think we are heading that way in my state.
I think I will learn a lot.

Stephanie Dulmage's picture

Hi Everyone,

I'm looking forward to the discusssions. I've been doing a lot of research on PBL and would like to learn and take this back to my staff.

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Sharon Kochlany
Media specialist at West Port High School in Ocala, Florida.

I lived in Arizona for 8 years and my previous married name was Sharon Davidson. Any chance we are related in some way?

Debra McIntyre's picture

Joined this camp to help with the implementation of PBL in my school district K-12. We have committed to designing and implementing across content, grade levels. Having difficulties finding a lot of PBL resources for elementary level.

Debra McIntyre's picture

My school district is beginning to design and implement PBL opportunities K-12. Having difficulties finding resources to support the elementary teachers. Looking forward to participating!

Susan Seeley's picture

I am a first grade teacher at a private K-8 prep school. I'll admit, my techniques tend to be "old school". However, I desire to be more creative/challenging, etc, but up until now, didn't have the tools needed to update my teaching strategies. Thanks so much!

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Donna
9- 12 teacher

I've incorporate PBL since the early 2000s but would like to learn more. I'm particularly interested in incorporating PBL in an AP Government class. I teach a comprehensive high school in Phila., PA and the class will include a lot of English Language Learners who don't know much about US government.

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