Monthly Archives: April 2014

One Hour, No Power

We have been working on reducing our energy consumption through the One Hour, No Power challenge as part of our Classroom Energy Diet.  Students in my class chose to aim for 10 hours without power to achieve the highest level … Continue reading

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Minds on Media: Tools to Support Project-Based Learning

We’re excited to share our road map for success with project-based learning at Awakening Possibilities’ Minds on Media event! The right tools are key to supporting and enhancing the learning in your classroom, and here are a few of our … Continue reading

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Track Your Trash Challenge

Our latest Classroom Energy Diet Challenge focuses on tracking our garbage and finding ways to reduce the amount of trash we create in our classroom.  We are learning about measurement right now, so measuring the amount of trash fit well … Continue reading

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Our latest project: The Classroom Energy Diet Challenge

Our latest project work has a little different twist than our usual project based learning format.  If you are a teacher using PBL or considering PBL, keep in mind that a challenge or contest can be a great way to … Continue reading

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Project Based Learning

I was pleased to be a presenter for the Microsoft in Education webinar on Project Based Learning.  The evening presentation which I was part of was not recorded, however you can view the similar morning presentation here. Project based learning … Continue reading

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