FROM PROJECTS TO PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (PBL)
Learn how to apply PBL to the development of learning experiences in the classroom and, collaborate to improve instruction!
Apply, share and revise! Participants will leave with tools to use in classroom instruction and access to an online community.
The PBL Academy and the one-day PBL Intensive workshops are provided at no cost to NYS educators by the CTE Technical Assistance Center of NY. Lunch is provided. Overnight accommodations are not included.
*NYSED CTLE Approved!*
Hilton Garden Inn | Clifton Park, NY 10:00am - 3:00pm
FALL SESSION (Register Here)
September 27, 2018
October 18, 2018
November 8, 2018
SPRING SESSION (Register Here)
February 28, 2019
March 5, 2019
April 9, 2019
Choose one of two, 3-day sessions. Participants must attend all 3 days in the session selected. Register individually or as a team. Individual participants must be from a CTE content area, or an administrator. Teams must include at least one team member from a CTE content area.
ONE-DAY PBL INTENSIVE
10:00am - 3:00pm, locations below
Register individually or as a team. Individual participants must be from a CTE content area, or an administrator. Teams must include at least one team member from a CTE content area.
Please note: There is currently a glitch on the confirmation page where the incorrect workshop location may be shown. Please disregard this error.
DATES - click on date/location to register
Workshop(s) presented by Sherry St. Clair, founder of Reflective Learning LLC. Sherry works with schools across the country, creating specialized training and coaching services for school administrators and educators. As a national consultant, Sherry draws from her rich experience at various levels of public education–teaching elementary school, being an administrator in a high school of 1,300 students, working as a state consultant, and creating and facilitating virtual courses. Sherry is a highly regarded national speaker and consultant, providing educational agencies with expertise in the areas of leadership, effective classroom practices, classroom walkthroughs, effective use of data, balanced literacy, science, and guidance on how to create a culture of college and career readiness.