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Project-Based Learning: Empowering Your Students

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Participate and share : Hosted activity: Interactive lecture

Nicholas Provenzano  
Hosted by Newline Interactive. This session will focus on the steps any educator can take to create a project-based learning environment in their classroom. From the traditional teacher designed projects to student created projects, this session will provide guidance and examples on how to help students get the most out of your class.

Audience: Library media specialists, Teachers, Curriculum/district specialists
Topic: Project-, problem- & challenge-based learning
Grade level: PK-12
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Nicholas Provenzano, University Liggett School

Nicholas Provenzano is the technology coordinator and makerspace director at University Liggett School in Michigan. He’s also an author, makerspace builder, international keynote speaker and consultant. He writes for his website, TheNerdyTeacher.com, Edutopia.org and many other prominent education websites. Provenzano has been featured on CNN, in Education Week and by a number of other media outlets. He’s been recognized as the Technology Teacher of the Year by the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) and earned the Outstanding Teacher Award from ISTE. Provenzano is a Google Certified Innovator, ASCD Emerging Leader, Microsoft Minecraft Mentor, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, Sphero Hero, Adobe Education Leader and a TEDEd Innovative Educator. His bestselling books are Your Starter Guide to Makerspaces, The Maker Mentality and Beyond the Poster Board.

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