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#NCLearnsTogether, is a free, live, virtual conference FOR educators BY educators. Connect and learn from North Carolina teachers and more, who are successfully using virtual/distance learning tools and strategies. The schedule for NCLearnsTogether 3.0 is live!

Check out the 140+ sessions including: interactive webinars, virtual playgrounds, workshop, student panels, unconference/round tables,  dedicated leadership topics. With over 2 days of grassroots educator awesomeness, there will be something for everyone.

Organized by Adam Wiseman, Digital Learning and Innovation Coordinator, McDowell County Schools and Stacy Lovdahl, Educator on Loan, NCDPI Digital Teaching and Learning, our goal is to provide teachers with access to the expertise of North Carolina educators and beyond, who are successfully using virtual/distance learning tools and strategies.

With 140+ sessions over 2 days, there is something for everyone. CEU credit approval is subject to local Public School Unit approval). Visit bit.ly/nclearnstogetherpd for additional information.



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Thursday, March 5 • 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Project Based Learning: Eliminating Initiative Fatigue

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School systems are notorious for launching new initiatives in rapid succession that can leave teachers overwhelmed and under prepared! Some may feel that Project Based Learning (PBL) is just another one of those initiatives that will soon be replaced with the next greatest thing. This session will allow educators to explore PBL as a way of combining the best of all those great initiatives. For example, using the latest technology tools for inquiry, collaboration and presentation, building content knowledge while developing vocabulary and conquering complex texts, student ownership in their learning through reflection and design cycle processes such as reflection, critique and feedback. Through attending the ISTE Creative Constructor Lab in Seattle and ISTE National Conference in Philadelphia, participating in PBLWorks PBL 101 intensive 3 Day training and reading numerous professional books and articles about PBL I have developed an expertise in PBL that has allowed me to lead all K-5 teachers at Winget Park Elementary to implement PBL in their classrooms. During this session, I will share specific ideas of how to get started with PBL in elementary school. We will practice protocols that will help facilitate student learning through the PBL process. Educators will leave with practical strategies to begin using in their classrooms immediately as well as inspiration to continue learning and growing with Project Based Learning.

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Thursday March 5, 2020 4:15pm - 5:00pm EST
RCC-306B 500 S Salisbury St, Raleigh, NC 27601
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