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Project-Based Learning (PBL) as a Vehicle for High-Impact Practices: Reinventing Courses
 Originally aired on Tuesday, November 12  

Creating a valuable educational experience for undergraduates in the 21st century is complicated. Students need to learn how to solve problems, think critically, work effectively on teams, and communicate well, and it's up to higher ed institutions to keep students engaged and help them persist through to graduation. Delivering on all of these outcomes presents big challenges to traditional classroom structures and teaching approaches. 

This three-part complimentary webinar series will explore how senior campus leaders and professors can reinvent opportunities for creating successful students by using project-based learning in service of high-impact practices.

The first installment in the series will be on Nov. 12 and features panelists from very different institutions who will share approaches they have used to strengthen project-based learning at the pedagogical level. Using case studies, resources, and practical methodologies, this webinar series aims to provide you with the tools you need to implement a project-based learning strategy at your institution.

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This webinar is sponsored by Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. All content presented during the event is provided by WPI. By registering for this webinar, I agree to share the information in the form with Worcester Polytechnic Institute for marketing purposes.

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Michael Anft
Chronicle Contributor
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Kris Wobbe
Center for Project-Based Learning, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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Betsy Barre
Executive Director
Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Wake Forest University
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Michael Reese
Director of Program Development
RISE Learning Institute, Bellevue College
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