Saturday, January 26, 2013

PBL Cue

Project-Based Learning CUE

My amazing colleagues and I presented at the CUE up north.
Our focus was project based learning in kindergarten/primary grades.
Below are a few slides we used during our presentation.
They align with the 4 C's (creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, communication).
Click HERE to learn more about the 4 C's and 21st Century Learning!

13 comments:

  1. This looks really interesting -- I posted it on my blog so I caN find it to study when I have time this summer.

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  2. Thank you Ann! If you have any questions about anything, I would love to help!

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  3. This stuff is seriously awesome! I just sent your blog to our Kinder teachers, as we are launching PBL this year! What amazing work you're doing! :)

    -Gayla
    Teach On.

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    1. Wow! Thank you so much for your sweet comments! I love PBL!!

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  4. I love your blog and your PBL ideas! Can you email me more about your healthy snack brochure at corinneleongtom@gmail.com

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  5. Awesome ideas! We are just starting to do PBL at our school. My class did arctic animals (polar bears & walruses).

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing in such detail what you do for PBL. We're in the process of using more PBL in our school and this is a great start. Thank you again.
    Tracy

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing in such detail what you do for PBL. We're in the process of using more PBL in our school and this is a great start. Thank you again.
    Tracy

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  8. Thanks so much for sharing this structure as well as the ways you put it into action. You really helped me feel like PBL is an attainable thing in Kindergarten!
    I tried clicking on the link, "Click HERE to learn more about PBL in my kinder class." but I couldn't get onto the blog for some reason. I would love to see more about it if you can find a way to let me into this post!
    Thanks again for everything!
    Taylor

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  9. Hello from North Carolina! Our county her is trying to move to PBL. They are asking for "guinea pigs." My kindergarten team is thinking of signing up to do it next year. We will relieve lots of support, training, and coaches, however, I would love if you could answer a few questions for me or give me any advice. Do you have an email? Thanks! Ashley

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  10. Good afternoon. I know this post is from a while ago, however it still relevant today...and I love it. My question for you is, I am at a school that is very outcome-based. How do you suggest we conduct project-based learning while still achieving our outcomes? For example, the letters, patterns, numbers, writing conventions, etc.

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  11. Good afternoon. I know this post is from a while ago, however it still relevant today...and I love it. My question for you is, I am at a school that is very outcome-based. How do you suggest we conduct project-based learning while still achieving our outcomes? For example, the letters, patterns, numbers, writing conventions, etc.

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