PBL Events

Learn more about PBL, and connect with a worldwide network of educators. We offer events in different locations throughout the year, delivering professional learning opportunities for individuals and small teams.

Upcoming Events

PBL World 2020

PBL World 2020

Our premier PBL conference is coming back to Napa, CA on June 16-18, 2020.

PBL 101, 201, Coaching & Leadership – as well as Project Slice & PBL+ Sessions

It's a once-a-year event designed to balance immersive workshop time with inspiring keynote speakers, multiple evening social events, delicious locally-sourced meals, and other special surprise activities. We're creating an exceptional experience for you!

Register now with early bird discount

PBL Australia

January 14-16, 2020
Tweed Coast NSW, Australia

PBL 101 Workshop

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Palm Valley PBL

February 19-21, 2020
April 15-17, 2020
Palm Springs, CA

PBL 101, 201, & Coaching

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About our workshops

What to Expect

Facilitated by our expert National Faculty, our workshops are a blend of direct instruction, video analysis, hands-on work, resource sharing, and peer collaboration and feedback.

Each event offers our Gold Standard PBL 101 Workshop – and may include PBL Leadership Workshops, PBL Coaching Workshop, or advanced PBL 201 sessions.

Who Should Attend

Teachers, school and district leaders, instructional coaches for K-12 schools who are looking to gain the skills and knowledge for successful and sustainable implementation of PBL.

Our workshops are designed for educators who are new to PBL and those who are ready to delve deeper into role-specific and advanced workshops.

Why Enroll

Teachers consistently rate our professional development services as exceptional.

Our workshops are based on our Gold Standard PBL model and provide participants with the skills and knowledge needed to design, assess, and manage a rigorous, relevant, and standards-based project.

This is a great experience that I wish all educators and educational leaders were required to go through. This is how we should be teaching in all classrooms!

G.R. , Elementary Teacher