Consortium trainings offer PBL strategies for both classroom and online learning

Whether students are in classrooms or learning online, the training we offer in Project-Based Learning (PBL) can help teachers use PBL strategies to create engaging learning opportunities.

The Consortium’s trainings this year will adopt a hybrid model, combining videos our PBL team has created for participants to watch online, when they have time, with virtual coaching sessions where they can come together for support, discussion and questions.

Our virtual coaching sessions give participants personalized support from project design through implementation, while our video series guides them through the key elements of PBL, starting with learning outcomes and assessments. The videos also include both in-person and online strategies for reflection, feedback, brainstorming, project planning, and student voice and choice.

Educators, schools, districts and Out-of-School programs interested in our training resources or in training sessions customized to their specific needs can contact Aaron Altemus at aaltemus@tcfpe.org, Sarah Brooks at sbrooks@tcfpe.org or Christy Kuehn, PhD, at ckuehn@tcfpe.org