Teams will choose from a selection of interactive workshops to address their goals and ideas in areas such as:
- Project-based learning as a first year and general education strategy
- Partnering with external organizations for project-based learning
- Student project team formation, development, and mentoring
- Integrating project-based learning into STEM courses
- Feedback, evaluation, and assessment strategies for project-based learning
- Project-based learning in major capstone
- Faculty development for project-based learning
- Long-term impacts of project-based learning
- Designing project-based learning experiences
- Institutional leadership and organizational support for project-based learning
INSTITUTE KEYNOTE SPEAKER: RANDY BASS, VICE PROVOST FOR EDUCATION, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
Founding executive director of Georgetown’s Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship, Randy Bass is a thought leader in pedagogical research, and an authority on inquiry-based learning.
From Planning to Campus Action
Teams will leave the Institute with an enhanced understanding of project-based learning and a tailored plan to advance work on their own campuses. Each team will deliver a concise presentation of its action plan to gather feedback and advice.