At PBLWorks, our vision is for all students, especially Black and Brown students, to engage in high quality Project Based Learning to deepen their learning and achieve success in college, career, and life. Each year, we build the capacity of over 30,000 educators for high quality PBL, based on our Gold Standard model that we have developed over the last 30 years.
We offer several options for our Regional and State Partners to work with us on implementing PBL in their area. Services include:
- School Leader Networks (SLNs):
For local, regional, or state education agencies or nonprofit organizations, we offer PBL School Leadership Networks (SLN). These are designed to build the capacity of school leaders to create the conditions so that teachers can adapt and implement high-quality projects aligned to the PBLWorks model for Gold Standard PBL.
Through workshops, online coaching, and a peer network of fellow local PBL leaders, school leaders engage in deep leadership professional development and support. This is a unique opportunity to network with a cadre of like-minded leaders, grow personally and professionally, and learn how to support teachers to implement high-quality PBL with all students.
Since 2015, PBLWorks has designed and led statewide PBL School Leadership
Networks in California, Hawaii, Kentucky, and Massachusetts.
- Regional PBL Conferences: PBLWorks is offering experienced professional service providers who share our vision—for all students, especially Black and Brown students, to engage in high-quality Project Based Learning to deepen their learning and achieve success in college, career, and life—to host an onsite Regional PBL Conference in their region or state in the United States to implement high-quality Project Based Learning (PBL) in their classrooms, schools, and districts.
For more information, email David Badillo, Senior Director of Business Development, at [email protected].