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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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Liz Maul's picture

Hi,
I work for a nonprofit humane society. I focus on humane education and science as that is my background. I'm planning on working with middle schoolers next year in either a club or class situation. I'd love to come up with something tangent before the school year starts!

Brenda's picture
Brenda
First grade teacher

I teach First Grade in OKC. I am wanting to learn more about project based learning and how to do it successfully. I want my kids to learn in ways that they learn best as well as bring all of their learning together to help them as future learners and citizens

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Christine Loyd
2nd Grade Teacher from Lake Jackson, tX

Hello to everyone! I am excited to join this group! I am begining my 3rd year of teaching 2nd grade. As a "new" teacher, I am eager to learn new skills!

Carlos Raul Lopez Reatiga's picture
Carlos Raul Lopez Reatiga
A teacher of English at a public language center (CEIUAS-Culiacan)

My name is Carlos Raul Lopez Reatiga. I work at a language center (Centro de EStudio de Idiomas) in a public university (Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa) in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. I teach English to students who are 15 years old on. Also, I'm a f"f and Online Tutor in a BA in ELT in the same university.
I'm glad to be here to learn from everyone.
Sweet regards!

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michelle kopp
Special Education Parent and Teacher

I am excited, being here in florida, to learn about the oil spill and bring it back to the classroom. More importantly though, I am interested in project based learning. My students are often behind and frustrated with "the same old" core learning.

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Michael Micco
8th grade science teacher

Hello Everyone,

I have really been interested in PBL, and thought this would be a great way to jump in!!!! I teach 8th grade at New Castle Jr/Sr high school in western PA.

Gail Boukary's picture

I am a beginner with project based learning and have an idea about using a Peace Corp connection to have my kids be involved in helping her with ideas with her project, and then to follow through ways to implement them, possibly including support projects from here. I am just throwing out thoughts here, nothing solid. I need to understand the process better.

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Summer Tucker
Speech/Language Pathologist

I'm so excited to learn more about ways to use Project Based Learning with my language impaired students and those students on the Asperger's/Autism spectrum who ultimately seem to perform better with this type of instructional method. I am looking forward to the diverse group and backgrounds we will have working together during this camp!

Kim Thibeau's picture

Hi everyone! Read about the PBL camp this evening and I am excited to be part of it.
Looking forward to learning new things re: project based learning. I did a project on something similar for my admin. certification so I am interested in seeing how others do it at their schools.
:)

Ellen Murphy's picture

Hi- I'm with Potomac Valley Audubon Society in West Virginia (DC metro area) and teach a 4th grade Watershed Education Initiative in the public schools. We deal with the Chesapeake Bay, but the oil spill in the Gulf is of concern to everyone. I don't know much about Project Based Learning and this looks like a great opportunity. I just hope I have enough time to be a useful member of the group as I also direct our day camp in the summer.

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