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Pbl leadership 2
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  • 1. LEADING SCHOOLS FORWARD WITHHIGH QUALITY, 21ST CENTURYPROJECT-BASED LEARNING Suzie Boss Mike Gwaltney Jonathan Martin
  • 2. Your students have read Friedman
  • 3. Now those studentshave come to a faculty meeting, and ask:How are you our school-leaders going to designour learning experiencesto better prepare us for Friedman’s value- adding jobs? What do you need to know?
  • 4. Our goals today for your takeaways:1. A strong understanding of and appreciation for theelements of High Quality, 21st c. PBL.2. A set of tactics and strategies for your leadershipin advancing PBL at your school.3. The beginnings of an action plan, and of acollaborative cohort, for this work.
  • 5. HIGH QUALITY, 21ST CENTURYPBL (HQ21PBL)
  • 6. tinyurl.com/leadpblHow would you improve your table’s project with suggested elements?Discuss at table and post to online document.
  • 7. “8 Essential for PBL”http://tinyurl/leadpblWatch video: Look foressential elements andafter video discusswith table.
  • 8. Break
  • 9. In small groups, discuss forms of instructionalleadership in your school and discuss yourown leadership role and opportunities forleadership.
  • 10. tinyurl.com/leadpblLink to Leadership Case Studies: Consider &Discuss strategies for each case study.
  • 11. Visit isenet, set up a account if you haven’t already, join groupPBL Leadership, and then post one or more of your goals in thatdiscussion you are willing to share.In small groups, develop and discuss 2-3 action steps to advance PBL leadershipbetween now and May 15; we’ll do a followup Google Hangout.
  • 12. Recommended Resources www.bie.org/diy
  • 13. Contact Suzie Boss: suzieboss@gmail.com Twitter: @suzieboss http://www.edutopia.org/suzie-boss Mike Gwaltney: mike@mikegwaltney.net Twitter: @mikegwaltney mikegwaltney.net/blog Jonathan Martin: jonathanemartin@gmail.com Twitter: @jonathanemartin www.21k12blog.net

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