Institute on Project-Based Learning – apply by Feb 2019
Posted by Worcester Polytechnic Institute on November 13, 2018
June 18–21, 2018
Apply through February 12, 2019
The Institute on Project-Based Learning, a flagship offering of WPI’s Center for Project-Based Learning, is a 2.5-day intensive workshop where teams of five or more faculty and administrators from colleges and universities of all types work with experts to gain knowledge about project-based learning and make tangible progress to integrate that knowledge into their own curricula. The Institute curriculum is a mix of interactive workshops on project-based learning, consultations with Institute faculty, and collaborative teamwork guided by a dedicated coach.
Participants will come to the Institute with a proposal outlining a specific goal or project they would like to advance and will work with Institute faculty to leave with an enhanced understanding of project-based learning and a tailored action plan to advance work on their own campuses.
The Institute is designed for faculty and administrators from a wide variety of two-year, four-year, public, private, liberal arts, and STEM-focused institutions.
Randy Bass, Vice Provost for Education, Georgetown University Returns as Institute Keynote Speaker
Founding Executive Director of Georgetown’s Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship, Randy Bass is a thought leader in pedagogical research and an authority on inquiry-based learning.
For additional information, contact Jana Yeaton at 508.831.6956 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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