I-LEAD Charter School's PROJECT BASED LEARNING (PBL) WEBSITE
The future isn't an alien world, it is this very world.
It's the kind of insight that you never knew you
needed to hear, until you actually hear it said.
The future will be here, not elsewhere, and it will be shared.
The future is a process. That process, whatever our wishes
in the matter, will never amount simply to a process of
scientific discovery or of engineers solving problems.
Progress is not a wave for you ride on,
or a Truth for you to die for, but a project
that needs collaborators to succeed.
Meet The Project Based Learning Team:
Miss Leann Duprey- English Learning Facilitator: Email a Leann.Duprey@i-leadusa.org
Dr. Jay Guben-Our PBL Inspiration
Mr. Chuck Gundrum- Social Studies Learning Facilitator: Email at Charles.Gundrum@i-leadusa.org
StDr. Cheryl Holmes- Humanities Learning Facilitator: Email at Cheryl.Holmes@i-leadusa.org
Mrs. Heidi Messner- ESL Learning Facilitator: Email at Heidi.Messner@i-leadusa.org
Mr. Christopher Psculkowski - Social Studies Learning Facilitator: Email at Christopher.Psculkowski@i-leadusa.org
Are you saying to yourself, "Did I miss something?" Team meeting notes are available by emailing~ Miss Leann Duprey @ Leann.Duprey@i-leadusa.org
So by now you may be asking, "WHAT IS PROJECT BASED LEARNING?" (PBL): go here
That being said, here is what we strive for our graduating students to embody:
~Characteristics of the I-LEAD Student~ By Mrs. Messner
COOPERATIVE LEARNING MEETS PROJECT BASED LEARNING: Learn more by clicking here
*Characteristics of an Effective Team* By Mr. Charles Gundrum
*WHAT IS PROJECT BASED LEARNING AT The I-LEAD Charter School?
Why PBL? It is about real change!
IPBL is an instructional method that places learners in a position of power and requires them to own and construct knowledge based on a prompt.
Instructional Staff Test Your Understanding: WEBQUEST
Where we found information to help us develop our school's design for Project Based Learning: Bibliography / Sources