June 16th, Coffee Chat Replay

The topic of our weekly Coffee Chat for this week was PBL: Problem, Project, Passion and Personalized Learning.

As many of us are thinking through what next fall is going to look like, as leaders, educators, and parents, PBL is an option that provides flexibility along with highly engaging opportunities for our students and children.

Throughout the Coffee Chat we talked about the continuum of PBL and inquiry, and that there are so many different ways it can be done, with a variety of examples included.

Watch the recording to hear ideas and begin thinking about how it could work for you, your school, your students or your children!

Let us know in the comments, what are some ways you’ve implemented PBL or what questions do you have around giving it a try?

Next week we’re talking about “A New Way Forward: The Future of Schools” What to join us? Register below!

Stay tuned, we’ll be announcing future chat topics soon, which include a summer book club where we will be reading “The Connected Educator: Learning and Leading in a Digital Age” by ¬†Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach and¬†Lani Ritter Hall.

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Jennifer Bloomingdale

Jennifer Bloomingdale graduated from the College of St. Rose with a Bachelors in Childhood Education and a Masters in Educational Technology. She is a former classroom teacher who developed a passion for integrating technology and assisting others in doing so. Jennifer has been an eCourse facilitator at Powerful Learning Practice since 2012, where she developed and facilitated courses on using Google Apps for Education and integrating technology. Her work at PLP introduced her to the world of coaching, which has lead to her becoming a certified evocative coach and an instructional coach.

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