Project-based learning is a meaningful and motivating way to get students more engaged in their own learning and greatly increase academic learning in all the content areas.The speaker will help you find and use a plethora of resources to create projects that cover reading, writing, social studies, and science concepts and the critical thinking skills your state standards require.
Title: Use PROJECT BASED LEARNING with Technology to Increase Student Learning and MotivationH
Date: January 21, 2015
Practical Strategies to Implement Project-Based Learning Using Technology Tools and Internet Resources in Your Grades 3-6 Classroom
Develop Student Guidelines for Project-Based Learning for All Content Areas
Create Projects to Support and Strengthen Students’ Reading and Writing Skills
Differentiate Your Instruction Using Project-Based Learning Strategies
Tips for Assessment and Evaluation of Technology-Based Projects
Promote Critical Evaluation of Technology Resources and Media
Place: EMBASSY SUITES – ARCADIA,211 E HUNTINGTON DRIVE
Who should Attend:
Educators who teach mathematics in Grades 3-5: Classroom Teachers, Mathematics Specialists, Interventionists, Resource Specialists, Special Education Staff, Title I Staff, Instructional Assistants, and Administrators.