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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Betty Ray

I am passionate about positive and proactive change in education. I hear hundreds of stories a day of educators who are working to create environments that enable real learning against incredible odds. I'm excited by the renaissance in education that's enabled by technology and interconnected media. A long-time DIYer, I'm grateful to be here among so many talented and passionate educators.

Areas of Interest: 
Project-based learning,
games for learning,
social and emotional learning,
kinesthetic learning,
child development,
film,
arts,
music,
drama,
technology,
dance,
family

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Posted discussion PBL Camp: Grades 3-5 (Week 1)

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Posted discussion PBL Camp: Grades 6-8 (Week 1)

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Posted discussion PBL Camp: Grades 9-12 (Week 1)

4 years 9 months ago to Project-Based Learning

Posted discussion PBL Camp is sold out!

4 years 10 months ago to Project-Based Learning

Posted discussion PBL Camp: Support Thread

4 years 10 months ago to Project-Based Learning

Posted discussion Introductions

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Posted discussion PBL Camp: Introduce yourself

4 years 10 months ago to Project-Based Learning

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