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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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Jen Gossert's picture
Jen Gossert
5th & 6th Grade Computer Technology Teacher from Berks County, Pennsylvania

Looking forward to learning more about Project Based Learning.

Mary Ellen Lowe's picture

Hello, I am a 4th Grade Detroit Public Schools Teacher. I am looking forward to engaging my students through technology and inquiry. It will be fun to learn.

Meg Norris's picture

I have been reading so much lately about PBL and was thrilled to find this camp. I just finished my EdS in brain-based learning through BrainSMART and I think this will be a terrific compliment to the tools I learned there. I teach at-risk kids and PBL seems to be a great key to keeping them involved in learning. Thank you for offering this opportunity and I look forward to sharing and learning from everyone!

Kay Hones's picture
Kay Hones
Librarian San Francisco and support National Board Candidates

I work with three service learning groups: K-5 Student Council, 5th grade Library Service Club and 3rd grade Green Team. In the fall, we will add "Mouse Patrol" technology service learning group. During the school year third grade students worked on the library wiki, especially when they were creating puppet shows! Ok it is still a work in progress: wikis & nine year old students!!!

I write grants all the time to support library programs (like author visits); our arts program which next year will include Opera activities for 12 classes and our ever growing garden program.

Besides my library work, I support teachers & counselors & librarians who are National Board Candidates. I live in San Francisco in the sunny Mission but I work 6 foggy blocks from the Pacific Ocean.

Kay Hones's picture
Kay Hones
Librarian San Francisco and support National Board Candidates

My first teaching was in Detroit. 38 to 42 kids per class but I taught K-6 art & loved all the creative students!!!

Gwynn Moore's picture

Hi Everyone,
I am a teacher in at Paris Elementary in Aurora, Colorado. I teach technology K-5. I am really looking forward to learning more about PBL before school starts this year.

Gwynn Moore
gmmoore@aps.k12.co.us

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Shannon Wentworth
Technology Teacher

I am the technology teacher at 6th Avenue Elementary School. I see all students in my school from grades K through 5. I teach them computer skills embedded within content studies. I am also a trainer for my district through our education association.

Sue Lattea's picture

I teach kindergarten in a small charter school in southeastern Michigan. I can't wait to learn more about PBL this summer.

Karimah Grayson's picture

I work with students ages 16 through 22 earning their standard high school department. I am a mother of four with a wonderful husband. I am looking forward to this camp in order to improve my teaching style.

Eric Anderson's picture
Eric Anderson
Special Ed Teacher for students with emotional and behavioral disorders

I am looking forward to learning more about PBL. My daughters' school extensively uses it as part of their Expeditionary Learning curriculum and I hope to figure out how to use it in my own teaching.

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