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Join the conversation at #NGLCchat!
Join NGLC staff, featured guests, and prominent national leaders to discuss project-based learning.
- Andrew Miller, Buck Institute, @betamiller
- Michael Golden, Educurious, @Educurious
- Nicole Assisi, @DocAssisi, and educators, Thrive Public Schools
- Matt Riggan, @RigganMatthew, and educators, Workshop School, @workshopschool
- Amanda Massey, @AmandaMassey23, and educators, High Tech Elementary North County, @HTeNorthCounty
Q1: What does project-based learning mean to you?
Q2: How do you use project-based learning to support student agency?
Q3: What are the strengths and weaknesses of PBL?
Q4: How and what do you assess in PBL?
Learn About Project Based Learning
- How Project-Based Learning Can Support Student Agency
- Project-Based Learning: Necessary But Insufficient
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#NGLCchat occurs once a month, each time featuring a different aspect of personalized learning.
- Measures That Matter Most, August 2016
- Learner Profiles and Personalized Learning Plans, August 2015
- Student Agency, December 2015
- Schedules, Staffing and Space, January 2016
- Teacher Development, February 2016
- From Factory Model to... What?, March 2016
- Competency-based Education, April 2016
- Next Gen Curriculum, May 2016
- End-of-Year Reflections, June 2016