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More Uses of the Project Based Learning Toolkit:

  • Become skilled at analyzing, interpreting, and using data to collaborate, plan and implement interventions and programming.
  • Guide: software development life cycle (SDLC).
  • Provide ongoing feedback and support in the growth and development of all staff members connected to goals and milestones.
  • Secure that your organization complies; respects personal privacy and maintains the confidentiality of privileged information.
  • Develop and deliver high quality instruction in one or more subject areas.
  • Devise: generally, a hazard free environment.
  • Control: great interpersonal and social skills.
  • Govern: curate and prioritize learning pathways for new and existing learner personas.
  • Maintain a positive department culture with tier one interventions in place.
  • Coordinate: project management software.
  • Pursue challenging professional goals each year.
  • Provide feedback to your program chair on possible curricular improvements.
  • Embody and advance the mission, vision, and norms of your organization.
  • Standardize: work closely with colleagues on your organizations curricular initiatives.
  • Head: team oriented, mission driven organization culture.
  • Oversee: plan and execute field trips and Project Based Learning opportunities.
  • Drive: data, feedback, and constant learning.
  • Compile assessment data in an accessible, easy to understand format.
  • Ensure your operation identifies and implements strategies to improve individual and group productivity and content mastery.
  • Ensure you assess; lead the staff in the collection and analysis of data for instructional decision making.
  • Provide regular curricular updates via department newsletter.
  • Direct: work environment and work demands.
  • Ensure a clean and safe department at all times.
  • Develop: participation on research, design, and iteration teams and department meetings working toward organization wide goals.


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