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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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Heather Wells's picture

Hi everyone!

This looks like a great opportunity! I am curious to see how this model works and how I might be able to do some training like this with the teachers that I work with in Minnesota. I am planning to facilitation an online PBL course and this would be a great resource for them!

I am a professional development trainer for our metro area K-12 schools and PBL is one of the areas that I work with in addition to technology integration. Looking forward to this opportunity!

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Cheryln
5th & 6th teacher from NYC

Hi everyone! My name is Cheryln and I work for the Archdiocese of NY. I teach 2nd grade. I've taught a few different grade levels in my 8 years of teaching (4th, 6th & 7th).

I'm definitely interested in project based learning for my 2nd graders. I think they would really enjoy it and come away from it better students and able to learn more than just doing a worksheet. I would love to differentiate my lesson plans since I have students in my class who have IEP's and some just learn differently than others.

I look forward to learning many new things from this course.

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Jen
7th grade teacher

Hi everyone! I am a 7th grade English, reading, and social studies teacher in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I currently use PBL in my classroom, but am always looking for ways to expand what I do.

Cindy Spenner's picture

Greetings! I teach 5th and 6th grade in a small Lutheran school. I'm excited about this offering... hopefully it will help me jump into the 21st century!

Robin Daniel's picture

Hello All,

I have worked in educational technology for over 18 years. I was Director of Technology for an Independent K-12 school for 15 years before starting a company focused on promoting S.T.E.M education. At Tech Matters, we create formal and informal, experiential STEM education opportunities for K-12 students by partnering with universities and community organizations. We strive to expose students to the exciting world of Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics.

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Shannon Dodt
Third grade teacher in Detroit, MI

I'm grateful for the opportunity to join the PBL Camp. I teach at the Marvin L. Winans Academy of Performing Arts and would like to incorporate the performing arts into our project.

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Jason
9-12 At-Risk Social Studies Teacher

Hello to all,

I am a high school At-Risk teacher. I have been in the profession for 5 years. I am always looking for things to enhance the learning environment for my students. This camp looks like an excellent opportunity to share ideas, collaborate and foster a online learning community.

I look forward to working with all of you.

Thank you for this opportunity.

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Kelli Bradley
Substitute Teacher and Math Tutor in Texas

I am excited to be a part of this summer camp to learn more ways to use Problem Based Learning in my elementary classroom. I would like more collaborative experiences in science to better my understanding of science. I cherish learning opportunities where I can learn more about the environment.

Karen Kennedy's picture

I am a World Geography teacher and use PBL a great deal. I joined the group to get some fresh ideas so that I can start the school year with some new ideas.

marydent's picture

Please call me Yirusha , I prefer that . I am going to a new school this year called Youth Engagement Academy (the Big Picture) I am quite excited to have this experience, prior to that I have taught in various ed-selfcontained settings , both public and private for 22 years .My new school uses the project based learning model , so this will be new to me, but i am very excited about it.I look forward to the fall , after a break this summer .

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