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VSTE Goes Green: Over the years we’ve made an effort to reduce the amount of paper waste that gets accumulated by reducing the scope of the printed program. This year we will provide a printed conference program with only a summary schedule of the sessions available during each breakout session. For the full detailed listing of each session we encourage attendees to make use of our online schedule here which will work on mobile devices and all major platforms.

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Sunday, December 7 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Successful Tech-enriched, Project-based learning--What Does It Take?

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Have you heard it before? “I would love to integrate technology and do project-based learning with my students but lack of time, varying student tech skills, and ability levels make me hesitate.” In spite of our reservations, we jumped in headfirst with a large scale, authentic project with 100 middle school kids; it evolved into a powerful learning experience for all the students (and for us). The project, a multi-generational history of our school, taught us several lessons about logistics, backward design, and the accommodation of different learners. This session will share a rubric for successful design and implementation of tech-enriched, project-based learning. Participants will discuss how to organize and scaffold project-based learning so that all students can advance their skill levels and create a successful product.

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Diane Harding

Instructional Coach, Albemarle County Public Schools
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Susan Scofield

Classroom LA TeacherBurley Middle School/Albemarle County Public Schools


Sunday December 7, 2014 3:15pm - 4:15pm
4A

Attendees (43)