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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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Deanna Keahey's picture

Hello, I am a third grade teacher in Texas. This will be my first endeavor with PBL. I look forward to learning a lot to share with my students.

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High School English

I have been teaching and coaching for over 30 years. I always find new ideas energizing and have shared many Edutopia postings with other teachers. We use the IB model in our school system and I welcome thoughts on project-based teaching and assessment.

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high school science teacher from Rhode Island

Looking forward to learning how to bring more project based learning into my classroom!

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Elizabeth Eldridge
8th and 9th grade math teacher from Dover, Delaware

Hi, My name is Elizabeth Eldridge and I teach 8th and 9th grade math. I am at a project based school so using projects is not new to me but I am always looking for meaningful projects. I like the idea of the Gulf Spill as a project - not just for all the math that it is rich with, but to help my students see that there is a world outside of their own that effects them.

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Vicky Sedgwick
K-8 Computer Teacher from Southern California

I'm looking forward to learning more about PBL and working with current events in the classroom. I think this is just what my Middle Schoolers need!

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Rachel Hanson
8th Grade Language Arts Teacher from Cumming, GA

I joined this camp to learn how to streamline my project based learning. Teaching gifted students affords me much time to pursue project based learning and it engages the students in ways that traditional instruction cannot. I look forward to my time spent here.

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Rachel Hanson
8th Grade Language Arts Teacher from Cumming, GA

I am looking forward to streamlining my project based learning with this camp. Project based learning engages students in ways traditional instruction does not. I am excited about this opportunity.

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gay landaiche
Lower School Learning Specialist

I look forward to sharing ideas and collaborating on projects with other schools around the world. I work with 1st-4th grade students in Memphis, TN on a variety of projects (self-directed and teacher-directed).

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Diane Lewis
7th grade world history/8th grade language arts teacher from Newark, Ohio

So glad to see such a variety of teaching and administrative talent in this group. I am actually participating in an ARRA grant transforming education using 21st century skills. We touched upon PBL for one week during our online class, but I am excited to delve deeper into the possibilities.

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Frank Adsit
Academic Technology Coordinator, The Bolles School

I have contact with almost 200 teachers in our K-12 private school and am interested in sharing a great deal of what transpires in this project with the group.

After looking through the "guest list" of this course, I'd like to put some of you directly in touch with our teachers if you wish. There is a great collaborative potential going forward given the talent and interest each of you have shared.


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