View Part 3 of Our PBL Webinar Series
Project-based learning proponents will eagerly share their experiences and ideas with colleagues, and they will work hard to build a community of practice, too, because they know the value that project-based learning brings to education. Change is rarely easy, though—especially during a time of unpredictability within a global pandemic—and moving an institution towards a culture of project-based learning can be a complicated and lengthy process.
In this culminating webinar in a three-part series, the panelists are witnesses to and actors in the shifts towards project-based learning that are currently happening throughout their own institutions—including how their PBL work is playing out in online environments. They will share their ideas about the importance of relationship building and the critical roles that assessment and evaluation play in creating educational communities that value project-based learning and seek to increase its use. By the end of this webinar you will have insights into approaches, strategies, and practices that could be used to transform your own institution into one characterized by a culture of project-based learning.
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