Teachers Incorporate Project-Based Learning in St. Louis, MO at CPF workshop

Director of CPF Educator Institute, Karan Wood lead a workshop at the National Conference on Science Education in St. Louis. Teachers explored the GREAT Project Pathways, a suite of tools that students can use to build their own adventures and direct schoolyard projects that solve authentic environmental problems. They also, Investigated ways to incorporate Project-Based Learning with citizen science, engineering challenges, case studies, problem-solving, and sense making and explored research-informed teaching practices that attract more diverse students to STEM through opportunities to make a difference in the real world. All participants received research journal for students, lesson frameworks, and access to online resources.