Last week I wrote about some myths people think about with Project Based Learning- especially in the secondary classroom setting. If you missed it, you can check it out here.
Today I want to share a special invitation with you!
One of the biggest reasons I see secondary ELA teachers shying away from PBL is that they just don’t know where to start. I totally get that! It can feel overwhelming.
Maybe you really enjoyed my Disney Movie Pitch Project and you found yourself thinking, “How can I do more of THIS”?!
I would love to work with other secondary ELA teachers who want to learn more about this approach and how to incorporate it into their curriculum. I am offering a FREE virtual workshop in late June just for this!
In the workshop, I will cover:
Why I believe so strongly in PBL- especially at the secondary level.
How I begin planning for the project.
How I approach my students with the project.
How I grade each person’s performance.
What my students have said about PBL.
And my secret tip for maximum participation from everyone.
Our students are entering a highly competitive and hyperconnected world. They need a curriculum that reflects that, challenges them, and most importantly prepares them for all the challenges that will await them.
My hope with this introductory workshop is that you start to feel more confident in your abilities to offer PBL to your secondary students.
If this sounds like something you would like to learn more about and see if it’s a good fit for you and your classroom, click this link to go ahead and jump on the waiting list.
Don’t forget, it’s 100% FREE!