TeachThought PBL Grow 2018Grow your Project-Based Teaching and Learning
July 9-11 | Frazier History Museum | Downtown Louisville, KY
Complete details coming soon!
*Note, this does not obligate or ensure your attendance, all pre-registrations will receive an email when official registration opens.
What did last year's event participants have to say?
You need to go to this training. It is a transformational experience.
-Eric Terrell, MS math teacher
If you are ready to change students' lives come to this conference.
-Deana Ellis, lower school technology and science teacher
It was a great event that is empowering to teachers.
-Kara Owens, elementary teacher
I would encourage others to go if there is a #Grow18.
-Grace Nafziger, HS science teacher
If we are going to do what is best for students and have their learning be authentic, this training is essential!
-Dylan Wince, social studies teacher
Go, go, go!
-Stephanie Hansen, HS history teacher
Had the opportunity to start interdisciplinary planning because PBL starts to open your eyes to cross curriculum work that you don't realize exist until you are seeing all the ideas on the table!
-Jeff Bracken, high school social studies teacher
I had already developed a good mindset, but this event will help me make it happen in our school. PBL is about learning and growing and connecting with the world, and that is what I want for our students.
-Elizabeth Butler Hinkebein, librarian
This was the best professional development opportunity I have had in years. I left feeling inspired, encouraged, and challenged and I truly believe having a greater understanding of PBL has changed the way I will teach.
-Sarah Harris, 3rd grade teacher
From the greeting committee the first day throughout the workshop, everyone was focused on sharing ideas and developing a deeper understanding of PBL.
-Dirk Fogg, Associate Professor, College of Arts & Sciences
(TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON)