Category Archives: PBL

PBL PD: Integrating Formative Assessment, Twitter, & Brain-based Research #ettipad #ettlearns – reflection

My session at EdTechTeacher iPad Summit USA in Atlanta, PBL PD: Integrating Formative Assessment, Twitter, & Brain-based Research #ettipad #ettlearns, went just the way I wanted.  Yay! This tweet sums it up for me: With a quick show of hands, I estimated … Continue reading

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PBL PD: Integrating Formative Assessment, Twitter, & Brain-based Research #ettipad #ettlearns

Today, I’m presenting at EdTechTeacher iPad Summit USA in Atlanta. PBL PD: Integrating Formative Assessment, Twitter, & Brain-based Research “Want faculty to engage in a project together? Want faculty to try a non-graded formative assessment technique? Want faculty to investigate … Continue reading

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Caine’s Arcade #PBL #DoDifferent #STEAM

Do you still wonder if we should make time and space for project-based, student-directed learning? Can you spare 11 minutes to watch Caine’s Arcade? Can you find the content that you teach in Caine’s learning? I found design, engineering, math, … Continue reading

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#PBL Must See: Brittany Wenger – Global Neural Network Cloud Service for Breast Cancer Detection – #TEDxAtlanta

“The more you know, the more you wonder.” ~ Brittany Wenger This is must see if you are interested in PBL and integrated studies. Meet 17-year-old Brittany Wenger: We have got to ask: What if we listen more closely to … Continue reading

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Water instead of Soda #PBLidea #AskDon’tTell

Is there PBL potential and academic content in this commercial from Nestlé? By replacing one sugared beverage a day with [a bottle of water], you can cut 50,000 calories a year from [your] diet. The fine print in the ad says … Continue reading

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Practicing to be a TLC student leads to learning and questions

I am very intrigued by Steve Goldberg’s use of Google Earth for education and empathy.  Yesterday he posted A typical morning at TLC middle school.  For context, here’s what Steve predicts a day might look like at his school, opening … Continue reading

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Synergy-PBL: Questions are waypoints on the path of wisdom #CFTSI12 (After 3) Coffee and Dessert: What Will Sweeten Your Teaching After #CFTSI12?

On Monday and Tuesday, June 25-26, Bo Adams and Jill Gough facilitated a ten-hour workshop on PBL at The Center for Teaching Summer Institute (#CFTSI12 on Twitter). With this post (see below the bulleted list), we are hoping to encourage and support the most … Continue reading

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