We are excited to announce that Powerful Learning Practice has been nominated for three Edublog Awards! Our Voices from the Learning Revolution blog was nominated for Best Group Blog. Shelly Wright’s post The Flip: End of a Love Affair from our Voices from the Learning Revolution blog was nominated for Most Influential Education Blog Post. The PLP Community Hub and Powerful Learning Practice were both nominated for Best Social...
Change can be scary. But you don’t have to do it alone. The team at Powerful Learning Practice is experienced in working alongside educators to help them navigate the sea of change we are facing in the 21st century and preparing them for the future. I’m being challenged to grow in ways outside my comfort zone. No one else is pushing me to grow as a teacher and a leader like you are. - Renee Hawkins, Educator and Director of...
The Project-Based Learning Immersion: shift your classroom from traditional to a passion-based approach
Learn to shift from a traditional to project-based learning approach in your classroom with 3 courses from best-selling author Jane Krauss. Our new program, the Project-Based Learning Immersion, will get you to a passion-based approach with your students.
No words could be truer than when American author, Dale Carnegie said “people rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” At Powerful Learning Practice we not only believe in learning and reflecting deeply but having fun as well! That’s why we decided to have some fun and host a contest for participants of our year long connected learner experience.
Deep reflections with common themes–
Initially overwhelmed with uncertainty and challenges yet persevering–
Floundering and figuring it out together–
Appreciations for collaboration, the risk taking that enables, and hopes to continue that–
Recognition of the power of a collegial team working together and of PBL in learning–
The crown jewel of our year-long, job-embedded professional learning journey, The Connected Learner Experience, is the action research project that each team completes and presents at our year-end culminating celebration. Action research is a process in which our educators collaboratively examine their own educational practice systematically and carefully. They work together to identify a problem within their school or community, and then...