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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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EJ LeBlanc's picture

Greetings, all!

I want to make a positive difference in education for our country. I love what I see happening here in Edutopia, and I love everything I've read about PBL and how it has been so successful in healthcare. I think PBL holds a lot of promise for education in the way it engages learners in an immersing, meaningful manner. As an instructional designer / English Language Arts educator, I hope to implement what I learn here into my curricula. In short: I can't wait to see what you guys have in store!

If anyone would really want to know more about me, feel free to visit my website, www.ejleblanc.com.

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Kelly Kroon
Middle School social studies in Reedsburg, WI

I'm looking forward to this summer camp. I learned about PBL in my education classes, but I haven't had time to implement PBL in my classroom. I'll be starting my second year of teaching this fall; I've come to teaching a little late in life. :-) I'm hoping to come up with some exciting and engaging lessons for my students. Also, this will help toward my professional development plan, something I need to do to renew my license.

Kimberly Mallard's picture

Hello! My name is Kimberly and I am a Junior at Florida Atlantic University. My major is Elementary Education and I'm graduating December 2011. I'm looking forward to speaking openly about the oil spill and other topics and getting involved through discussions.

Kimberly Mallard's picture

Hello! My name is Kimberly Mallard and I am an FAU Elementary Education major as well as the Vie President of The Student Florida Education Association at FAU. I look forward to meeting new people and learning some new things!

Heather Dority's picture

Hello! I am excited to be joining "camp" to hear what PBL units others are doing in their classrooms and developing a unit I can bring back to my classroom in the fall.

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

This has been my first year at West Port, but I have been teaching for over 38 years. I have taught 1st grade ESE, 4th grade regular ed., and 6-8 grade science. I have also served as a technology coordinator, technology specialist, staff development coach, and media specialist. I also teach as an online adjunct instructor for Nova Southeastern University.
Empowering teachers to integrate technology into the curriculum via PBL is my passion.

Kelly's picture
Middle School ELA

Hi everyone.
I'm a middle school language arts teacher hoping to incorporate more pbl into my curriculum. Ideally, I would like to find a way to link it to student choice and community service.

Shannon Harris's picture


I am a History teacher from Michigan. I am looking to incorporate project based learning into my World History class this fall.

Donald Tagg's picture

I am starting the coming year as the new Ed Director at a small special education school in Bridgeport,CT. Just trying to stay connected with new ideas and projects.

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