Project-Based Learning Lab: College and Career Readiness Skills for the 21st Century * 2 PART TRAINING*
Who should attend: High School/TAY direct service staff with any number of years of experience.
Date: Thursday, March 10, 2016 AND Friday, March 11, 2016
2 Full Days: Thursday March 10 AND Friday March 11, 9:30am-4:30pm (participants must be able to make both full days)
For: High School/TAY direct service staff any strategy. Any number of years of experience.
Time: 9:30AM – 4:30PM
Location: Valencia Gardens – 390 Valencia St. Community Room, San Francisco, CA 94103
Make the school-to-college or -career connection an irresistible force in this hands-on workshop. Designed to help you ignite a passion for learning and real-world skills development for the youth in your program, you’ll get practical experience and tools you can use immediately. Learn by doing: we will brainstorm, plan and present our own projects working in small groups!
In this two-day workshop you will:
- Learn how to guide and support youth as they generate and run real world projects
- Practice facilitation of project development to foster more youth-centered programs
- Learn the fundamentals of participatory decision-making, Habits of Mind and more
- Plan an outcomes-based project driven by 21st Century Skills and Common Core Standards
See for yourself why project-based learning is one of the most valuable stops on the Work-Based Learning continuum. This workshop includes up to 3 hours of one-on-one coaching post-workshop to reflect on and refine your PBL programming.
Facilitated by Pathways Consultants Partner Kim Coulthurst
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