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Saturday, April 12 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Aligning Project-Based Learning to the Curriculum to Engage Students

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Projects in the classroom can supplement learning or create a foundation for a semester or even the whole school year. In either case, both short term and long term projects make learning more interesting for students and relevant to the real world. With PBL, students learn concepts in greater depth which results in greater retention of knowledge and skills. In this workshop, we will begin by exploring and discussing concepts in project-based learning. This will be followed by hands-on exercises to cultivate project ideas with your students and apply the projects to the curriculum, even if they appear to be unrelated to the curriculum. Be sure to bring a laptop and/or a tablet.  

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Eric Braun

Co-Founder / Adjunct Professor, 30hands Learning / Tufts University
Entrepreneur & Teacher, Lover of Collaborative Learning + Storytelling, helping make students + teachers feel successful & have fun in teams


Saturday April 12, 2014 10:30am - 11:30am
D101 1st Floor

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