Join us in New Hampshire
The New Hampshire Learning Initiative in partnership with PBLWorks of the Buck Institute for Education are pleased to host the first annual PBL New Hampshire to bring Project Based Learning to teachers, instructional coaches and leaders working in New Hampshire.
About our workshops
PBLWorks research-informed workshops and frameworks are designed to develop and improve your teaching practice–whether you’re brand new to PBL or advancing your practice.
Each conference workshop is a blend of direct instruction, engaging hands-on work, video analysis, resource sharing, and peer collaboration and feedback. Teachers who participate in our professional development services consistently rate rate them as exceptional.
Choose a workshop...
PBL 101: Introductory PBL Workshop (3 days)
For teachers, instructional coaches and school and district leaders
The PBL 101 Workshop is the best way to begin your journey into Project Based Learning. This workshop is based on tried and true strategies for developing learning experiences for educators that lead to sustained changes in practice.
The PBL 101 is PBLWorks foundational course, based on our model of Gold Standard PBL. The workshop itself models the project process. It provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed to design, assess, and manage a rigorous, standards-based project. Educators consistently rate our PBL 101 Workshop as exceptional.
PBL Leadership Workshop (3 days)
For school and district leaders (Recommended attendance in teams of three or more)
The PBL Leadership Workshop is a three-day intensive dive into how school and district leaders can create the conditions needed for Project Based Learning to thrive in their systems. Reflecting on their current reality, participants will design their strategy to implement PBL and foster a project based mindset for teaching, learning and leading that moves them forward along the PBL Leadership Continuum.