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THE DAYTON REGIONAL STEM SCHOOL
TRAINING CENTER

FOR TEACHERS, BY TEACHERS.

Training Center strives to collaborate, share, and inspire teachers across the region. We invite you and your colleagues to join us for immersion visits, workshops, and conferences offered throughout the year, or work with our Training Center Coordinator to create a unique experience just for your district! Check out the offerings below and register now for professional development, by teachers... for teachers!

UPCOMING EVENTS

PBL IN ACTION SCHOOL VISITS

What does PBL look like in action? Whether you are considering attending a PBL workshop or you have just finished your training, join us at the Dayton Regional STEM School to see PBL in action. Spend your day visiting classrooms where PBL is happening, seeing examples of successful PBL projects across content areas in grades 6-12, and engaging with teachers, students and administrators. We think our time together will inspire you to use project-based learning in your classroom or school. Registration is $99 with meal included.

Click here to register for any of the following dates :

  • December 12th from 1-7pm - Exhibition Night

  • May 5th from 9am-3pm

  • May 15th from 9am-3pm - STEMmersion

PBL DEEP DIVE

In this immersive full-day workshop, spend your day with teachers and administrators who “live and breathe” PBL and can guide you through specific practices related to your content area or teaching practice. During our time together, we will dive deeply into planning and tips for managing rigorous PBL while addressing your questions and concerns. Experience with or a commitment to PBL instruction, in addition to previous PBL training, is recommended for these workshop. Registration is $199 with lunch included.

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November 21st from 9am-3pm - PBL in Math

March 19th from 9am-3pm - Assessment and PBL

April 16th from 9am-3pm - Science and PBL​

PBL DESIGN

This three-day workshop engages participants in learning how to design, assess, and manage a rigorous, relevant, standards- focused project. The workshop models the project process. This workshop is a balanced blend of direct instruction, video analysis, hands-on work, resource sharing, and peer collaboration. Participants have substantial time to plan their own project and receive formative feedback from peers and the facilitator. Registration is $499.

Register today!

February 19th, 20th, 21st from 8:30am-3pm

VIRTUAL PBL COACHING

Connect with an experienced PBL teacher to talk through project ideas, get feedback on project plans, troubleshoot during project roll-outs, or debrief after a project is finished. Sessions can be conducted via phone or video conference at a time convenient for both parties. Sessions are $50 per hour.

Contact Jenn Reid at jenn.reid@wright.edu to schedule your coaching session.

ONLINE BOOK STUDY - PBL in the Math Classroom

PBL in the Math Classroom explains how to keep inquiry at the heart of mathematics teaching and helps teachers build students' abilities to be true mathematicians. The book describes how PBL and inquiry work together in a math classroom and includes structures, processes and strategies for creating those experiences in your own classroom. The book also includes sample projects to implement or to inspire you to create your own. This book study is facilitated by a veteran math teacher using PBL in her classroom and by a PBL coach.

 

This 15-hour online book study is self-paced for users to complete the registered course.  The study will last from January 13th - February 21st. Participants must purchase their own copy of PBL in the Math Classroom. An optional one hour of Ashland University graduate credit is available for $249.00.

Click here to register today!

Additional book studies are offered through our partners at PBLMatters

  • Project Based Teaching**

  • Just Ask Us: Students Speak Out on Student Engagement 

**This 15-hour online book study is self-paced for users to complete at their convenience during the four-week time period, and meets the 15 clock-hour gifted HQPD requirement.    

CONTACT US!

JENN REID

Training Center Coordinator
jenn.reid@wright.edu

Create an experience just for your staff!

The Training Center works regularly with local school districts and teachers who are implementing Project-Based Learning, inquiry-based instruction, STEM curriculum and other best practices. We have consulted with schools in the following districts: Brookville, Dayton City Schools, Springfield, Trotwood-Madison, Valley View, and Yellow Springs.