PBL: K-12 Classroom
Learn about Gold Standard Project Based Learning Model
Aligned to CUSD Wildly Important Goal 1
Teaching and Learning
Engage students in meaningful, challenging, and innovative educational experiences to increase post-secondary options for all students.
Project Based Learning in the K-12 Classroom
Teachers will explore the Gold Standard Model of PBL from www.bie.org and integrate it with CCSS, 4Cs in a K-12 classroom. Additionally, teachers will have time to curate or create PBL unit(s). Teachers will build a community that can collaborate and communicate digitally after the class.
Thursday, March 3, 2016 from 4-6 p.m.
Training Room 1 (first floor)
Capistrano Unified School District
33122 Valle Rd.
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Judy Blakeney, Instructional Coach and CUE Rock Star Faculty Member
Judy brings a diverse background, having taught from Elementary to High School. She holds both Multiple and Single Subject Credentials (English). She presented a similar PBL training at the CUE Rock Star Teacher camp in August 2015.
YOUR Grade/Subj. Team
Why Should I Consider Implementing Project Based Learning in my Classroom?
According to the Buck Institute for Education, "To help teachers do PBL well, we created a comprehensive, research-based model for PBL – a “gold standard” to help teachers, schools, and organizations to measure, calibrate, and improve their practice. This term is used in many industries and fields to indicate the highest quality process or product. Our conception of Gold Standard PBL has three parts: 1) Student Learning Goals (in the center of the diagram [above]) 2) Essential Project Design Elements (shown in the red sections of the diagram), and 3) Project Based Teaching Practices" (www.bie.org).
Come to Learn about PBL
Join a Cohort of other CAPO teachers interested in implementing Project Based Learning in their classrooms.
Designing & Planning in Gold Standard PBL