STEM - PBL Master Class

Topics Covered

Design Process

Computational Thinking

Project-Based Learning

Environmental Education

When/Where

November 21 - 23, 2022

7.00 - 8.30pm (ICT)

Online (Zoom)

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Workshop Fee

 

Individual

USD 350 per participant

Group Registration (7 or more)

Email navin@ksipd.com

(register by Oct.14,  2022)

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Jorge Valenzuela


Jorge Valenzuela is an education coach, author, and advocate. His work focuses on improving teacher preparation in instructional innovation, project-based learning, STEM pathways, and SEL integration across the curriculum.

Jorge is the lead coach at Lifelong Learning Defined and provides professional development on behalf of ASCD, Corwin, Instructional Innovation Partners, and Solution Tree.


 

Workshop Leader

Target Audience

K-12 STEM educators

Session 1

In this interactive session, participants will improve their STEM practice and knowledge by learning how Makerspaces can support STEM pathways across the grade levels with project based learning. Additionally, they will learn to apply computational thinking as a framework for solving  problems.

Session 2
In this session, participants will learn to draw on familiar concepts that connect their previous learning to computational thinking and algorithm design for flowcharting. Strategies applied in this workshop can be replicated in the classroom and with learners of all ages.

Session 3
In this session, participants will learn how project-based learning (PBL) is a natural fit for teaching STEM and environmental education, how current research supports its use in the classroom, and how to get started developing your students into environmentally aware problem-solvers.

FAQ

If I cannot make it for the workshop, will you offer a refund?

Given the logistics involved we will not be able to offer a refund, but you can transfer your registration to somebody else. Or we can also send you the recording (limited time).   

Do you offer Continuing Education Credits?

No.

Will I get a certificate of participation?

Yes.