Webinar Series: Part 3 of 3
Decades of research have shown that project-based learning and other high-impact practices result in greater student learning gains than traditional instruction.
Institutions looking to use PBL are thinking about ways to make education more distinctive and effective, in ways that fit their individual core values and campus culture.
Join us for the final installment of this three-part webinar series as our panel of experts explore how to advance the inspiration of a few to build a campus-wide community of practice that can impact the identity of an entire institution. Panelists will share their ideas about the importance of relationship building and the critical roles that assessment and evaluation play in creating educational communities that value project-based learning and seek to increase its use.
Facilitator, Chronicle of Higher Education Contributor
Center for Project-Based Learning (CPBL)
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Associate Vice Provost and Director
Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Faculty Development and Classroom Engagement
Miami Dade College