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HIDoE Training PD184957 (1/2020 session)

A PBL Primer and BizzyB Professional Development (“PD”) Training program is listed in HIDoE Directory as PD184957.

Course Title: Utilize Digital Project-Based Learning System BizzyB.com to Engage Learners (Live & Online).

Kickoff Session: 8:30am-3:30pm, 1/3/2020, Leeward Community College’s Education Building, Lower Level, Room 111, O’ahu or online at https://zoom.us/j/807843652

Materials: Participating teachers are invited to access/print session materials:

Session Agenda: for 1/3/2020 session. 9 pages. 168K Download PDF »

BizzyB Primer: (the main reference document for the course ~ you can print and write in it or simply foloow along during class and refer to it later on an as-needed basis. 44 pages) 1.1MB Download PDF »

Prerequisites: Access to computer and Internet.

Learning Portfolio Requirements: Learning Portfolio documents MUST be captioned. Captions transform documents into evidence and assist teachers in articulating their thoughts. A caption describes: What the document is; Why it is evidence; What it is evidence of. Required content:

Unit Plan: At least one (1) Unit Plan (overall teaching protocol),

3 Lesson Plans: A minimum of three (3) Lesson Plans. Choose from free features including create Template, Lesson or Contest. Also can choose to execute a pay Project (you will be provided 5 Project Tokens as part of this training session fee).

3 Student Work Samples per Lesson Plan: A minimum of three (3) Student Work Samples per Plan.

G-Doc Portfolio Template: feel free to copy Erin’s Learning Portfolio Template »  

Learning Portfolios: Add submissions on this website. Upload Evidence »

HIDoE Readers: Submissions are on a password-protected page. For access, Contact Us »

More PBL Programs

Bizgenics Project-Based Learning (PBL) programs that foster creativity, innovation & entrepreneurship:

Lemonade Alley is an annual youth entrepreneur challenge where students, grades K-12, invent unique lemonade recipes, build a lemonade stand from recycled materials and sell lemonade to support a charity of their choice. Through Lemonade Alley, students learn entrepreneurship, eco-stewardship & charitable giving through social venture projects. LemonadeAlley.com »

Project Lemon Tree is a living, outdoor classroom program built by students. Public and private schools on all Hawaiian islands as well as businesses and community locations are also invited to participate. ProjectLemonTree.com »

HaccUp is a software development accelerator. Students, through hackathons, can qualify to leverage the powerful SaaSms™ Platform to create professional apps. Participating students design apps and manage offshore coding teams. HaccUp.com »

HIVE “First Five” Hackathon Materials, 5 Themes of Innovation that turn inventions into market-ready innovations. Variable length hacks, age-specific versions and versions for themed hacks available at Bizgenics.org »

Bizgenics Foundation, a Hawaii-based 501(C)(3) nonprofit, empowers all people to discover unique personal skills and learn positive social values to catalyze a bright future. See more creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship programs at Bizgenics.org »