This might be good for all of you in California or nearby states!
>>KIDS WHO KNOW AND DO
>>The Seventh Annual Conference on Project-Based Learning
>>March 5-6, 1999, San Francisco, CA
>>They wonder, they explore, they experiment, and with our help they learn.
>>They are Kids Who Know and Do, and they are the focus of the Seventh Annual
>>Autodesk Foundation Conference, the nation's premier conference on
>>Project-Based Learning and School-to-Career.
>>Kids Who Know and Do evokes the essence of Project-Based Learning and
>>School-to-Career and embodies our vision of what this conference is about.
>>To fulfill it, we are making a special effort to ensure that students,
>>student voices, evidence of student work, and insights into student
>>perspectives are included in every presentation.
>>The conference will take place in San Francisco on Friday and Saturday,
>>March 5 and 6, 1999. In addition, a special day of pre-conference
>>school-based institutes will occur on Thursday, March 4, at Bay Area
>>Whole-School-Change High, Middle, Elementary, and Pre-K schools.
>>The full conference program is available at
>>Conference strands will include:
>>PBL Assessment and Accountability
>>School to Career and PBL
>>PBL and Whole-School Change
>>Technology and PBL
>>Keynote speakers are Art Costa, Bena Kallick, Deborah Meier, and Alan
>>Participants will also have the opportunity to benefit from an extensive
>>list of featured speakers, including Eliot Washor, Ron Berger, Richard
>>Knobloch, Ted Maddock, Lew Miller, Joe Oakey, Adria Steinberg, Rob Riordan,
>>Al Rogers, Larry Rosenstock, Michelle Swanson, Jane Weaver, and Fred Wilson.
>>This is perhaps the only event at which you can count on:
>>Discovering what is needed to implement PBL
>>Hearing about the nation's best practices in PBL
>>Networking with exemplary PBL practitioners
>>Understanding how PBL and School-to-Career intersect
>>Seeing the ways in which technology supports and advances PBL
>>Discovering the richness and importance of environmental PBL
>>Learning how PBL enables students to meet new standards
>>Understanding more about innovative New American High Schools
>>We urge you not to miss this popular and informative conference. Join us in
>>making the most of a unique opportunity to share experiences and gain
>>practical insights and information.
>>For general conference information or to obtain a registration form, contact
>>Elizabeth Share, Autodesk Foundation, 415-507-6331 (phone),
>>[log in to unmask] (email), or visit
>>Send or fax completed registration forms to A+ Events, 47 Broadway, Fairfax,
>>CA 94930, 415-453-4083 (fax). For more registration information, call
Judith K. Graves
Education Resources Specialist
National Digital Library Program
Library of Congress
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