Project Mapping for PBL with Kathleen Fritz

How do you start a project?  How do you decide what happens next?  Designing a project map visualizes how goals, standards, content, creativity, making and feedback fit into the development of a rich PBL experience for the classroom. Project mapping is not just for the teacher or instructor.  Coaching students through the project mapping experience develops student
Kathleen Fritz
connections between learning, planning and execution: demonstrating critical thinking skills and fostering student ownership of the PBL process.

Let's discuss how to utilize project maps in projects to help students stay on course, learn, solve problems, and have fun.

Kathleen Fritz is a designer, educator and entrepreneur. Having careers ranging

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Date: Thursday, October 8, 2015
Time: 7:00 PM Eastern Time/4:00PM Pacific Time
from
 community mental health advocacy to a design professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design, she has seen how project design is an essential part of our daily experience. After all, life is a project.  It is her goal to leverage the potential of creative and innovative thinking: giving people the tools to understand and utilize opportunities for personal and professional development. Following her passion, she founded and is the CEO of CREATOMbuilder, Inc.: an online project design and planning platform for project-based learning and design thinking.


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