Who is it for?
Project-Based, deep learning practitioners or aspiring practitioners.
How will you benefit?
- Get insights on effective PBL implementation from expert practitioners around the world
- Grab resources to help with PBL design, implementation, and evaluation in your own context
- Gain connections to a community for support
- Grow in your ability to create the most transformative learning experiences for learners
What topics will we discuss?
When does it start? How long are the sessions? Must I attend all?
Each session is 90 minutes in length, and will unpack answers to the questions above through a spotlight case study from a practitioner/school, a moderated discussion, and a simple resource to assist with implementation back at your respective campus. We will meet monthly on the last Wednesday of each Month with breaks in July, August, and December. Attend the sessions MOST relevant to your needs with PBL. Starts February 1st, 2023.
Eastern Hemisphere: 7:30-9:00 pm (GMT + 8)
Western Hemisphere: 7:30-9:00 pm (EST Time: GMT-5)
Do I get a certificate for Professional Development (CPD) Hours?
Yes, you will receive a certificate for a maximum of 14 PD hours.
How much does it cost?
I person: $725 USD
2 person partnership (30% discount): $995 USD
3 person team (30% discount): $1,495 USD
3+ person group: Please email me at email@example.com for a special discount.
*It is HIGHLY recommended to enroll with a school practitioner team.*
Kyle’s background with PBL?
Kyle fell in love with project-based learning as a teacher at High Tech High (the most prominent PBL school in the world) where he witnessed students publish best- selling books, create their own social enterprises, and even influence policy change in the community through real- world projects.
He has taken this passion global, co-founding PBL schools, and training over 1,000 educators from schools around the world to develop their own transformative learning experiences to develop more socially, globally and emotionally aware citizens. His articles for leading educational magazines, published book, podcast, and online courses support teachers in transitioning from instructional pedagogues, to learning facilitators!