Presented by Jennifer Gasser, Business Development Consultant, Solar Education Project; and Mary Buchenic, Education Director, Solar Education Project
This edWebinar will share a range of project examples that illustrate how PBL can amplify student engagement, deepen students’ understanding of meaningful content and lead to real-world problem solving.
In this edWebinar, learn how to measure what counts in PBL and assess students’ growth and areas for improvement.
In this edWebinar, learn how you can use Agile Project Management to make project-based learning even more powerful for your students.
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) has become more prominent as an effective approach to interdisciplinary learning. However, implementation is not as simple as following a new curriculum or purchasing materials. During the edWebinar “STEAM: Innovations That Solve Real World Problems,” Cheri Sterman, Director of Education, Crayola; Lucie Howell, Director of Learning and Engagement, The Henry Ford; and James Wells, Innovative Teaching & Learning Manager, Crayola, explained the movement’s genesis and offered strategies for a successful transition.
In this edWebinar, learn about STEAM innovations that solve real world problems, and reflect on what makes STEAM education so effective.
Active learning must be rigorous to meet standards-based expectations. Drawing from successful examples like “High Tech High,” Kevin Baird, Chairman of the Board at the nonprofit Center for College & Career Readiness, will bridge the gap between makerspaces and projects to standards and outcomes.
At the end of the webinar, you’ll leave with concrete ideas of what you can do tomorrow to begin the transformation in your own classroom.
This webinar will showcase examples of Passion Projects and guide participants through five easy steps to implement them in their classrooms for elementary and secondary learners.
In this webinar, learn more about Project Based Learning (PBL) and how it can be successfully incorporated into your classroom.