Master Remote Project-Based Learning Webinar Series

Increase collaboration, get students to submit higher-quality work, come up with killer project ideas.



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‘Going Deep’ With Remote Project-Based Learning Webinar Discussion Series

In this three part Webinar and Discussion Series you will learn how to better engage and empower your online learners through project-based learning. Three expert PBL practitioners; early years, primary and secondary, will demonstrate and discuss simple strategies to increase student collaboration, foster higher-quality remote work, and come up with killer project ideas that connect passion, purpose and people.

Who It's For

Teachers, Team Leaders, Instructional Coaches, Edtech Facilitators, and anyone else wanting to improve their delivery of project-based experiences online

Dates

Tuesday, March 23rd: Fostering Collaboration
Tuesday, March 30th: Fostering High-Quality, Professional Work
Tuesday, April 6th: Coming up with project ideas that connect passion, purpose and people.

8-9 pm EST

Cost

$49 USD for the series

Attend one or all three sessions.

Outcomes

  • Learn simple Online Tools for Group Collaboration
  • Get students to collaborate online without your help
  • Gain simple structures to help students submit beautiful and professional work
  • Learn systems to build in student reflection and feedback seamlessly online
  • Get strategies for coming up with killer project idea in 10 minutes or less
  • Learn to engage students in meaningful project work

Includes

  • Three Webinars
  • Facilitated Discussion by expert PBL facilitators according to each age group
  • Connection to a community of practitioners
  • Helpful resources
  • Recording of each session
  • Certificate for 3 Professional Development Hours
Increase collaboration, get students to submit higher-quality work, come up with killer project ideas. 

Learn more and sign up below.

Webinar Series Descriptions

Session 1: Increase student collaboration and group project work online

Overview
In this session you will learn tools, strategies and insights from expert practitioners for helping increase collaboration in remote project-based experiences. 

Date: Tuesday, March 23rd from 8-9 pm EST Time.

Learnings

 

a. Simple Online Tools for Group Collaboration
b. Structures to support group work
c. How to seamlessly divide group roles and ensure all students contribute
d. How to help your students collaborate without your help

Session 2: How to Get Students to Submit Higher-Quality Work

Overview
In this session you will learn tools, strategies and insights from expert practitioners on how to get your students to submit professional, beautiful work.

Date: Tuesday, March 30th from 8-9 pm EST Time. 

Learnings

a. Simple structures to help students submit beautiful and professional work
b. How to build in student reflection and feedback seamlessly online
c. How to get your lowest performers to outshine your high achievers

 

Week 3: Come up with Killer Project Ideas that engage 100% of your students

Overview

In this session, you will learn tools, strategies and insights from expert practitioners on how to come up with a project idea that combines passion, purpose and people.

Date: Tuesday, April 6th from 8-9 pm EST Time. 

Learnings

a. Come up with a killer project idea in 10 minutes or less
b. Seamlessly integrate academic standards and skills
c. Engage students in meaningful project work

 

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Kyle Wagner

Project-Based Learning Specialist and Founder of Transform Educational Consulting Limited

 

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Sara Lev

Early Childhood PBL Specialist and Teacher

 

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Facilitator Bio

Kyle Wagner is the founder and lead consultant for Transform Educational Consulting, an organization that empowers forward thinking schools to grow and develop 21st century learners.

His work with project- based learning and design thinking experiences spans 12 years, three continents and over 15 schools. He has worked with successful public, charter and international schools in the Asia region including ESF, YCIS, IMS and ISB, HARBOUR SCHOOL and VTC. He is the former Coordinator of Futures Academy at the International School of Beijing, a program that uses interdisciplinary project- based learning to connect students to their passions and the world outside of school. His book “The Power of SIMPLE” documents this experience and helps provide simple, research- based strategies for developing students as 21st century problem solvers.

Kyle is also a former educator and project leader at High Tech High, the famous project-based learning school featured on the hit documentary “Most Likely to Succeed.” He holds a M.Ed. (Masters Degree) in Teacher Leadership with a thesis that focuses on developing democratic classrooms and distributed leadership models. When not writing or teaching, he is performing with his original band, participating in karaoke contests and traveling the world with his partner. He currently resides in Hong Kong where he spends time developing schools of the future while helping other school leaders build theirs.

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