Coaching for Project-Based Learning

Focus Area: Project-Based Learning
Audience:

CInstructional Coaches, LLeaders, TTeachers

Pathway: Application

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Overview

Project-based learning allows students to develop their problem-solving skills while collaborating with peers on meaningful real-world activities that incorporate academic content. The Project-Based Learning focus area provides educators with the training to design authentic projects that encourage problem-based questioning, research, decision making, ownership, and creating design solutions to solve complex problems.

Our 1:1 coaching methodology centers on the principles of actionable research and job-embedded best practices to provide the most personalized and differentiated approach to meet the needs of our participants. This professional learning is designed to support each participant with what they need, not a one-size-fit all approach. Our Project-Based Learning coaches use the “Try, Measure, Learn” approach to create an ongoing change in practice.

Audience

This coaching model and support was developed for teachers, instructional coaches, and leaders.

Specifications

  • Bi-weekly, 30 Minute virtual session scheduled directly with a BetterLesson Coach
  • 4 Session Coaching Packs around one topic (tied to a virtual workshop) or Targeted (half-year) and Unlimited Coaching with flexibility is available
  • Participants will need a computer with access to Zoom, a camera, a microphone, and stable Internet connectivity
  • Participants will register for access with the BetterLesson Lab
  • Participants will schedule 1:1 coaching calls with their coach

Outcomes

Coaching supports participants where they are at, building awareness, understanding, and opportunities for application and ownership of key competencies like:

  • Multi-Day Learning Experiences: I can design multi-day learning experiences in order to deepen learning, align to student interest and curiosity, and provide opportunities to meet the needs of all learners through differentiation and student choice.