May 13-17, 2013
You’ve designed the assignment, met with students as they worked on it, and now you have the finished product in front of you. The results are not what you expected, and you ask yourself, “Are my students really learning anything?”
If this scenario is even vaguely familiar, this workshop track is for you. We will go through a step-by-step process, starting with student learning outcomes and culminating with assessment tasks and measurement tools. Continue reading
Join us in lovely Charleston, SC for the 2013 Roots and Wings Instructional Leadership Institute co-sponsored by Destination PBL and SC ATE Center for Excellent on March 10-14, 2013.
Visit their Teaching Technicians Blog for additional information and links to registration forms.
Tracks: PBL Practitioners, Scenario Builder, & PBL Administrators
Course name: “Designing a New Learning Environment”, Fall 2012
Instructor: Paul Kim, Assistant Dean for Information Technology and CTO, Stanford University School of Education
This was a 9 week course, and 18,054 students from all over the world registered. Over halfway through the course only 730 students were still working on it. I ended up spending every Sunday afternoon or evening during the rainy October and November months working on the class. I am not aware of a certificate or any other proof that I could get that I completed it. Continue reading
Our Reno NV PBL Community is facilitating a workshop on Saturday, November 3rd (Super Saturday) at the Dandini campus of Truckee Meadows Community College:
When: Saturday, 11/3/12, 11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
What: Using Teams and Groups for Classroom Collaboration, Sierra 100
Who: Dr. Judy Frederickson and Charlotte Cox, Destination PBL Project
Register online at www.tmcc.edu/prodev