Many families (including educators like us!) are trying to figure out how to support kids in our own homes with remote learning right now.
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May 16, 2020

Hello friend,

Many families of school-aged kids (including our own) are trying to figure out how to support students at home with remote learning. Luckily, they don’t have to be teachers—much less experts on PBL—to help their kids.

Here are ideas and resources we’ve gathered that families can use right now. You can share them directly with your students’ families!

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Free Webinar Series: PBL Online

Stories from the Field: Insights from Teachers Facilitating PBL Online
Hear directly from two teachers about what they learned from facilitating the Red Wolves project designed for science and the Hershey project designed for marketing. REGISTER

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What do we know about how students experience PBL online? Join us to learn about how you can use the HQPBL framework. REGISTER

Plus! Get the recordings of any past webinars...

PBL World: Just 2 weeks to register...

PBL World 2020 logoOur flagship event is bringing all the elements of PBLWorks’ professional learning online—with the same exceptional quality as our in-person training. (And now you can choose to register for a 1-day only workshop!)

Register by May 31, 2020


Other Upcoming Events

We offer PBLWorks workshops at events throughout the year.

PBL Palm Valley
July 21-23, 2020
Now Online!

PBL New Hampshire
August 4-6, 2020
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PBL Ohio
July 28-31, 2020
Now Online!

PBL Sydney
October 6-8, 2020
Paramatta, Australia

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