OSPI K–12 Highly Capable Program–Free Online Professional Learning Opportunities
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Professional Learning Community–Project Based Learning to Challenge All Learners: pdEnroller Event #111043
Gather with other teachers implementing inquiry approaches to their curriculum in virtual Professional Learning Communities (PLCs.)
Presented by Nancy Hertzog, Ph.D., University of Washington and Jody Hess, OSPI
January 14, 2021–March 4, 2021, 4 to 5pm
Earn one to eight free clock hours.
Project-based learning is an important and effective teaching approach to challenge all learners, including those who are above grade level and need advanced instruction. But there is no one way to implement project-based learning, and teachers often find it difficult to integrate project-based learning into required units of study. The course consists of eight one hour Zoom sessions on Thursdays, starting on January 14 at 4pm. These one hour Zoom sessions are open to all teachers who are interested in talking about project-based learning. Join for one or more sessions. Nancy Hertzog, with Jody Hess and others who may join the Zoom session throughout the 8-week PLC meetings, will facilitate discussions and focus on the strategies that help teachers to differentiate instruction, and provide opportunities for students to engage in their own learning through an inquiry process.