This week we highlight 3 articles. 1) Student Run Genius Bars 2) Makerspaces and Genious Hour 3) PBL training and networking.
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EdScoop Weekly - May 26, 2016
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Student-run genius bar: The facilitator’s guide

Burlington High School Help Desk in Massachusetts is one of the country’s first student-run “genius bars” modeled after Apple’s Genius Bar. Their student tech team is held up as an example that many other schools throughout the nation emulate.

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The Power of Choice

The following two instructional approaches – Makerspaces and Genius Hour – are possible pathways a teacher or school leader might take in order to instill a climate of choice in the school house. These are initiatives I have been a part of in our school from the ground up. The effects have been nothing short of inspiring.

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Connect. Learn. Celebrate.

Mark your calendars and join us at the 8th annual national Project Foundry Un-Conference (#PFUNC) in West Bend, WI on July 27-29, 2016. You'll gather with practitioners from across the country in an extremely productive un-conference format for an event like no other conference you've attended before - unless of course you've joined us in prior years!

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Plan. Work. Assess. Show
Project Foundry simplifies how to get your arms around personalized, project-based learning. Project Foundry scaffolds the process while embracing voice and choice in both teacher-guided and student-led projects. You want to report outcome data? Yeah, we do that too.
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