What a wonderful four days of sharing a discussion of PBL Math Teaching for everyone! The participants in this year's PBL Math Teaching Summit - both beginners and experienced - had a great time engaging with the speakers and activities in their learning and professional development and left with great resources for their academic year to come.
All documents and shared resources are now in the 2016 PBL Summit Shared Participant folder. If anyone has any problems accessing it please contact Carmel. Huge thanks once again to our Key Note Speakers Brian Lawler and Brian Marks.
Schedule for Beginner Workshop
Schedule for Two-Day Summit
“An approach to curriculum and pedagogy where student learning and content material are (co)-constructed by students and teachers through mostly contextually-based problems in a discussion-based classroom where student voice, experience, and prior knowledge are valued in a non-hierarchical environment..” (Schettino, 2013)