PBL Pitfalls

http://smartblogs.com/education/2013/04/19/dispelling-misunderstandings-about-pbl/

I am so blessed to work with teachers who are open-minded and willing to discuss current educational reforms.  I read this blog post and thought – we are already past this stage:)

It has been a while since I heard the statement, “I have always done projects, this isn’t new” or similar lines.  We have had many collegial conversations – especially at our EdCamp style ProD in January (was it really way back in January??) that allowed open space for questions and a dialogue to be generated.  We are a big school and any opportunity for teachers across pods and grades to sit down and share experiences is a golden opportunity.

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About danicapalmer

Teacher - gr. 6/7 Focused on Project-based, Differentiated learning, interested in Technological Tools but aiming to be Outside and Hands-On as much as possible.
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