PL Team Project Unpacking Nov 2022

Wednesday, November 09 2022 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM [PST]

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Wednesday, November 09 2022 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM [PST]

Project Unpackings provide an in-depth exploration of project design. Facilitators will share the story of a past project and will pause for moments of reflection and deeper dives into essential components of project design. Each unpacking will introduce the following essential components of project design but will focus deeply on two: inspiration, essential questions, ideation, draft/revision, critique, reflection, assessment, exhibition, community partners, and student leadership. There will be pauses for reflection, connection, and collaboration to practice envisioning project components. Project Unpackings welcome educators new to PBL and experienced PBL designers.

 

 

 

  

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Follow the “rule of two feet.” Use your two feet to go where you think you will learn something interesting. Please feel free to walk into classrooms and observe.

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From inspiration to exhibition - HTH K12 educators present a project and dive into essential components of project design.

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