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PBL (Project Based Learning) for All

PBL (Project Based Learning) for All

PBL (Project Based Learning) for All

Mary-Owen Holmes
Mary-Owen Holmes
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

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Launch date: 31 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 17 Sep 2020

Reference: 191525

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Erin Hunt (20 Jul 2020)
Thank you
Mrs RAJANANTHINI VELUMMYLUM (27 Feb 2020)
nice presentation
Ira Thackston (28 May 2019)
Awesome info.

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Description

Project and Problem-based learning can bring real-world content into your classroom regardless of the subject being taught.

Objectives

The educator will learn the exact definition of PBL.
The educator will learn the exact definition of PBL.
The educator will gain lesson plan ideas that he/she can emulate.
The educator will gain lesson plan ideas that he/she can emulate.
PBL Myths will be discussed.
PBL Myths will be discussed.
Mary-Owen Holmes

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Mary-Owen Holmes
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

Mary-Owen Holmes is a U.S. History teacher at Glencliff High School in Nashville. She is a current Hope Street Group Tennessee Teacher Fellow and serves on the board of directors for the Tennessee Educators of Color Alliance (TECA), as well as the Social Studies Chat Network (#sschat).

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Tennessee Academy for School Leaders
  • 1.00 Points -
    Exam Attempts: 2
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    Exam Pass Rate: 80

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User Reviews (4)

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Erin Hunt (20 Jul 2020)
Thank you
Mrs RAJANANTHINI VELUMMYLUM (27 Feb 2020)
nice presentation
Ira Thackston (28 May 2019)
Awesome info.
Deborah Sudduth (11 Nov 2018)
Did not give ideas for mathematics or science classrooms. How would Shark Tank be implemented in Algebra I, for instance?

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