Last Thursday I presented a PBL session at MACUL in Grand Rapids. I had two sessions on Friday that I did not get to share because it was cancelled due to Corid-19 virus. Below are links to the resources from each session.
Wait, I Can Use Traditional Tools in PBL? In this session on Thursday, educators experienced a mini-PBL by participating in stations. We modeled the Say Anything and Harkness Protocol with practical articles about implementing PBL.
Powerful, PBL Practices This session was supposed to be a PBL panel. This page shares some general PBL resources.
Scratch’n the Math Itch This was a math workshop demonstrating how to use Scratch for a PBL project. Access here is to student facing instructional slides for creating a simple game to learn about the coordinate plane (geared for upper elementary or middle school).