Making the Elementary Math Classroom Come Alive with PBL (Workshop)
This workshop supports elementary teachers in designing project-based learning units to deeply engage their students in elementary mathematics. We explore the nuts and bolts of designing an effective PBL unit, while ensuring the Indiana Mathematical Process Standards are the cornerstones to the unit. Participants will leave with a draft of a PBL unit they can use in their own classroom next year, along with other PBL ideas of their colleagues. Get new ideas for your teaching strategies toolbox. Participants will receive a PBL book written by the workshop facilitators.
University of Indianapolis
Instructors: Jean Lee, Ph.D. email@example.com
Enrique Galindo, Ph.D.
Credit Hours: 30 PGP
Date: 6/14/2021 – 6/18/2021 (9 am – 3 pm)
Location: Online via ZOOM
Teacher Level: Grades K-6 (Note: 6th grade teachers working in an elementary school should register for this workshop)
- This workshop is part of the purple track for Summer I 2021. Teachers may register for one course, and one raffle, and one conference/workshop each in Summer I Blue, Summer I Purple, and Summer II.
- In order to register for this workshop, teachers have to apply and be accepted into the STEM Teach program. If you are interested in this workshop and have NOT already applied, please contact Christel Cater for more information. Registration is based on a first-come, first-served basis and registration may fill quickly. Please click here to learn more about the STEM Teach program and how to apply.