NAPE Meeting: Ensuring Equity in Problem-Based Learning, Minneapolis Marriott Northwest, Monday, 29. October 2018


NAPE Meeting: Ensuring Equity in Problem Based Learning    
(National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity – NAPE)
Problem Based Learning (PBL) is a learner-centered pedagogy, where the learners are given a realistic problem and solve it by researching and applying knowledge and skills. NAPE has developed a model utilizing the STEM PBL for Equity Rubric. This session is designed to assist educators in creating, evaluating and administrating equitable and effective STEM project/problem based learning (PBL), to address the disparity of women and students of color in STEM and other non-traditional careers. Come learn about specific strategies of the PBL pedagogy that can be applied in your classroom to improve equity and access for all students.
Contact Eva Scates-Winston for any questions.
Date and Time
October 29, 2018Minneapolis Marriott Northwest HotelCTE Works! Summit Pre-Conference Session1:00 p.m.-4:30 : Arbor Lakes

Who Should Attend?

Secondary and Postsecondary teachers and faculty
Secondary and postsecondary counselors and advisors


Eva Scates-Winston, Minnesota State


This event was made possible through the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education federal grant administered through Minnesota State.
Minnesota State and Minnesota Department of Education are affirmative action, equal opportunity employers and educators.

Monday, 29. October 2018, Minneapolis Marriott Northwest, NAPE Meeting: Ensuring Equity in Problem-Based Learning

Find more interesting events
Get event recommendations based on your Facebook taste. Get it now!Show me the suitable events for meNot now