How Students Experience High Quality PBL Online
What do we know about how students experience PBL online? Join us to learn about the HQPBL Framework and how you can use it to design and assess a student’s experience in PBL (including online).
You should watch this webinar if:
- You want to get a glimpse into how students experience PBL online.
- You are looking for resources and tools to understand your students’ experiences in online PBL.
- You want to connect with other teachers and talk about how to engage students in high quality PBL.
Featured Webinar Presenters
Antoinette Magee, Regional Director of Educational Partnerships at PBLWorks
Antoinette brings to PBLWorks over 15 years of educational outreach, college admissions, student services, community partnership and capacity building experience. Prior to joining our team, Antoinette served as the Statewide District Partnership Manager for the California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI), an organization focused on ensuring all 6th - 12th grade students in California have access to a systematic baseline of guidance and support as they plan, prepare and pay for postsecondary education.
Bob Lenz, CEO of PBLWorks
Before taking the helm at PBLWorks, Bob was the co-founder of Envision Education and served as its CEO and Chief of Innovation until 2015. Under Bob’s leadership, Envision Education put into practice a highly successful redesign model that has opened a path to college and college retention for underserved urban students at Envision’s three Bay Area arts and technology high schools.
He is recognized nationally as a leader in high school redesign, Project Based Learning, 21st century skills education, and performance assessment. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has recognized Bob as a Senior Deeper Learning Fellow. He is the author of Transforming Schools: Using Project-Based Learning, Performance Assessment and Common Core Standards, published by Jossey-Bass Wiley.
Rhonda Hill, Director of District and School Leadership at PBLWorks
In her role, Rhonda serves as liaison to districts who are committed to implementing and sustaining PBL across their schools. Through her partnership and coaching, school and district leaders create the conditions for teachers to design and implement projects so that all students experience High Quality PBL.
Prior to joining the team at PBLWorks, Rhonda was the Director of Project Based Learning and an Instructional Specialist with a non-profit in Delaware, supporting schools across redesign networks such as Expeditionary Learning, Big Picture Learning, New Tech and Early College High School.