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PBL Professional Learning Community

May 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Are you passionate about PBL and searching for a way to network with other PBL educators?  Or perhaps you’re new to PBL and wanting to learn more.   PBLMatters, a program of the Fairfield County ESC, is proud to announce a series of FREE PBL PLC sessions that are available to any educator anywhere in the country.  All sessions are facilitated by emeritus PBLWorks National Faculty, many of whom have authored PBL books on the featured topics. Each PLC session is a combination of a presentation and an opportunity for participants to engage with each other and the expert facilitator.  Sessions are held from 7-8 pm EST on Wednesday evenings.  1 contact hour per session is available.  There is also an Ashland graduate credit option available if attending at least 8 of the sessions for an additional fee of $249.  Registration is required for each PBL PLC.  Register here! [pblmatters.org]  Contact Rob Engel with questions. Topics include:

  • 1/27 PBL and Literacy-Based Learning
  • 2/3 – Activating Equity and SEL in PBL
  • 2/17 – Key Teaching Strategies for Math-Based PBL
  • 2/24 – Increasing Student Engagement
  • 3/3 – Inclusive PBL Basics
  • 3/10 – Restorative Practices
  • 3/24 – Creating High-Quality Rubrics
  • 4/14 – Student Voice and Choice in Early Childhood PBL
  • 4/21 – Understanding and Mastering Difficult Emotions for Educators
  • 4/28 – SEL Infused PBL
  • 5/5 – Project-Based Writing: Deepening the Writing (and Listening and Speaking) Process Throughout a PBL Unit
  • 5/12 – How to Create and Cultivate a PBL Culture