Where can I go to observe pbl in action? Related Tags: Project-Based Learning More Related Discussions sharon foster Posted 02/08/2010 9:29AM | Last Commented 06/11/2014 7:01PM 4 Replies 236 Views I am a curriculum coach for a charter school in Phoenix, AZ. I am looking for pbl classroomsteachers/ to send our high school teachers into for observations. Can anyone help me? Sign in to vote! Sign in to Flag as Spam Share 4 Share Comments (4 Replies)Sign in or register to postSubscribe to comments via RSS Newest Related Discussions Posted 2/14/2010 11:22pm Tristan de FrondevilleProject Learning Consultant for PBL Associates Facilitator 2014 San Diego High Tech High? Is that too far? Sign in to vote! Posted 2/15/2010 7:09pm Karen Teachers in my school have the opportunity to visit schools around the world to observe programs that we can bring back to implement. I would like to visit elementary schools that are strong in using PBL. Can anyone recommend any such schools? Thanks so much! Sign in to vote! Posted 2/17/2010 7:37pm Twila BusbyMiddle School, Tucson, AZ High Tech High in San Diego is inspirational, but I know that they are limiting visits to one hour, one campus (they have several at the same site)because they have so many visitors. But they do offer 2 day residencies where they have workshops but you can also visit classes, talk to teachers and to students. We took several people at the end of January and they came back believers. The next one is in March. If you would like to visit a middle school that is in the midst of PBL transitioning and has teachers and projects who are at various levels of expertise, then come a little south to Tucson and Utterback Magnet Middle School. We are a work in progress, but we love to show what we are doing. Sign in to vote! Posted 2/21/2010 11:17pm Sue BoudreauSeventh Grade science teacher from Orinda, California Come see two projects in action: Grow Food and Take Action. It's 7th grade but applicable to HS, within a standard school day. Both projects have been running for long enough to have the kinks worked out. See www.takeactioncurriculum.org to see if it's the sort of thing you are looking for. Sue Sign in to vote! blog Supporting the Teacher Maker MovementLast comment 7 hours 9 min ago in Maker Education Discussion PBL in LALast comment 3 hours 11 min ago in Project-Based Learning blog The Happy Eating Place: How Elementary Students Can Run Their Own BusinessLast comment 1 week 2 days ago in Service Learning blog 3 Ways to Plan for Diverse Learners: What Teachers DoLast comment 22 hours 49 min ago in Differentiated Instruction blog Roller Coaster Middle School: How One Kid's Crazy Idea Took PBL to Thrilling New HeightsLast comment 1 week 3 days ago in Project-Based Learning Sign in and Join the Discussion! Not a member? Register to join the discussion. Sign in using social networks Or sign in here: Email address * Password * Forgot your password?