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Advanced Practices in PBL

09:00 - 16:00

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Baht 22,400 per participant​

 

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Baht 20,000 per participant

Target Audience

Classroom Teachers 

Instructional Coaches 

Curriculum Coordinators

This workshop was designed because:

Teachers with experience in PBL may have gone through initial training. This workshop supports PBL teachers to become experts and learn advanced practices. 


Participants will:

Review the essential design components of PBL
Craft learning targets for instruction and assessment
Design a rubric for a product to assess transfer of learning
Review components of effective performance tasks and formative assessments
Sequence learning from targets that ensure learning that moves from surface to deeper learning and transfer
Gain tools for facilitating student-driven projects in the classroom. 
Learn tools protocols to create the culture for PBL

Topics Covered

Day 1
Session 1
Reviewing the Essential Components of PBL

 

Session 2
Clear Learning Targets for Assessment

 

Session 3
Crafting Product Tasks and Rubrics
 

 

Day 2
Session 1
Sequencing the Learning and Lessons

 

Session 2
Honing the Culture for PBL

 

Session 3
Student-Driven Projects

Pre-reading

Main Course, Not Dessert

http://www.bie.org/object/document/main_course_not_dessert
 

Gold Standard Design of PBL http://www.bie.org/object/document/gold_standard_pbl_essential_project_design_elements
 

Course Leader

Andrew Miller is an Instructional Coach, coaching with an emphasis on Project-Based Learning and Assessment best practices. He also serves on the National Faculty for the Buck Institute for Education and ASCD, and is an Associate for Jay McTighe. He has worked with educators in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore, China, Japan, Indonesia, India, Mexico, Kuwait and the Dominican Republic. Andrew is an avid blogger and writer for a variety of organizations including ASCD and Edutopia. He is also the author of the ASCD Arias publication "Freedom to Fail: How do I foster risk-taking and innovation in my classroom?"