A realistic approach for a learner-centric classroom
We learn by doing and reflecting. Atmosphere matters. Participants take multiple perspectives as they explore and practice PBL techniques. This workshop is organic in nature allowing the content to move at the rate of the participants.
New to PBL or looking to expand your PBL practice? You will walk away with next steps based on your current reality in the classroom. Learning is a process.
This workshop demonstrates the idiom "practice what you preach." Each participant will engage in discussion, create a documentation journal and work through the project experience from Project Wall to final product presentation.
Mind, body and voice
Student voice in all aspects of the class space
Set-up, filling in, maintaining and importance
Parts of a Project
Entry Event, Driving Question, Deep Inquiry, Subject Areas, Product
Rubrics and checklists for learner growth and
Asking questions, sharing, connecting learning;
Make learning visible
Every goal is really a point on the journey
Quanticopia by Renee Rainville
York, United Kingdom
Renee has a BS is Early Childhood and Elementary Education. During her career as an educator, she has been at the forefront of new methodologies participating in pilot programs in the USA and Mexico. Her background in socio-constructivist and project-based learning has taken her to work with students, teachers and business people in over 10 countries. Her interest and respect for cultures has led her to live in Mexico, Qatar and the UK.
e-Services and Technologies
Local Partner in Karachi, Pakistan
E-services and Technologies is a technology driven educational services organisation which develop, employ, and manage quality projects and programs in the field of education. Our focus is to bring quality international educational opportunities to Pakistan and to support and develop local educational opportunities /Institutions.