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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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Marcia Ostendorff's picture

I am looking forward to PBL camp! While we incorporate guided projects in our seventh grade classes, I know what we do can be improved. I expect this to be a great chance to discover new ways to learn with my students. You can teach an old teacher new tricks!

Maya Loch-Uhl's picture

I just completed my teacher credential program and can't wait to get my own classroom. I've worked as an instructional designer for several years and have a decidedly constructivist leaning. I'm very anxious to get my hands dirty (so to speak) in this project! I'm looking forward to the collaboration and learning from this diverse group of educators! Thanks, Edutopia, for offering this workshop!

Cori's picture

I'm looking forward to learning something new and helping my students become more prepared for life after graduation.

George Stern's picture
George Stern
Intern at Edutopia, college student, aspiring Educator.

[quote]What time do the sessions begin?[/quote]

Hey Stephanie,

I have pasted the tentative schedule of set events below. As you can see, we have a few webinars and a chat, but the bulk of the camp will involve group work that can be done at anytime in our online forums. Also, we will make archives of the webinars and chat available after they are complete.

We are going to email all camp registrants in the next day or two with more detailed information about the schedule, groups, and how to participate in all the different components.

Thanks for the question. We look forward to having you at camp next week!


Week 1 (July 12): Welcome to PBL Camp
Monday, July 12: Camp Kickoff Webinar, 4pm EDT/1pm PDT

Week 2 (July 19): Digging into Projects
Monday, July 19: Twitter chat, 4pm EDT/1pm PDT

Week 3 (July 26): Build Your Project Plan
Monday, July 26: Webinar with Experts, 4pm EDT/1pm PDT

Week 4 (Aug. 2): Preparing for Project Launch
Friday, August 6: Celebration Webinar!, 4pm EDT/1pm PDT

Cynthia Johnson's picture

I am unable to be able to participate in this project. My schedule conflicts with all Webinars and I have been double booked with another class by my work.

I hope to participate in the next one or at least be able to view the archives.

Cynthia Johnson

Cynthia Johnson's picture

Due to several major conflicts, I will be unable to participate in this project.

I am hoping to at least view the archives and participate in a future one.


Christine Cope Pence's picture

I am always looking for new ideas, new contacts and new ways of using existing tools. I work with global virtual teams in higher ed business programs and create class projects that transcend borders.

Lisa Coin's picture
Lisa Coin
HS Health Careers Instructor

Hi everyone. I am a high school health science instructor at a career technical education center in Grand Rapids, MI. I am so looking forward to learning, sharing ideas and collaborating on how the oil spill impacts the health of a community.


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