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5c2f9c2f488aa KAESA will be hosting Project Based Learning Kansas June 11-13, 2019 in Goddard, KS. Registration closes April 5th! So sign up today to reserve your spot.
KAESA will be hosting Project Based Learning Kansas June 11-13, 2019 in Goddard, KS. Registration closes April 5th! So sign up today to reserve your spot.

Project Based Learning Kansas Registration Page

The Kansas Association of Education Service Agencies (KAESA), the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE), and PBLWorks* are partnering to offer a Project Based Learning event this summer.  Register for PBL Kansas below.

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Goddard Eisenhower Campus
1230 167th ST W
Goddard, KS 67052

June 11-13, 2019 (Registration closes April 5th!)

Registration Cost & Cancellation Policy:


All registrations must be received by April 5, 2019.  

Cancellations will be refunded in full if written notice of cancellation is provided by April 5, 2019.

Registration Information (Please submit a separate form for each registrant.)

First Name:

Last Name:


Mailing Address:



Zip Code:

Emergency Contact Phone Number:

E-mail Address:


Workshop Options (Please check the ONE course you plan to attend.)

PBL 101 Workshop (Elementary)
PBL 101 Workshop (Secondary)

PBL 201 Improving the Quality of Student Work (prerequisite is PBL 101) **
Leadership Team Workshop (recommended for district or site leadership teams of three or more)
**The Buck Institute for Education's 201 workshops are three-day, onsite workshops that provide experienced PBL practitioners with in-depth instruction on PBLWorks' Gold Standard Project Based Teaching Practices as well as supported project development time. Facilitated by one of BIE's expert National Faculty, the 201 workshops offer a balanced blend of direct instruction, video analysis, hands-on work, resource sharing, and peer collaboration and feedback. Participants will leave the workshops with the beginnings of a new project as well as a deeper understanding of effective PBL facilitation practices. Prerequisite: PBL 101 Workshop. 

The specific PBL 201 Workshop offered at PBL Kansas is titled, "Improving the Quality of Student Work." This 201 focuses on four of the Gold Standard Teaching Practices: Align to Standards, Scaffold Student Learning, Engage & Coach, and Assess Student Learning, asking participants to think about a variety of questions. How do we ensure that the products we ask students to create are rigorous and align to significant content and skills? What strategies can students learn in order to deepen their thinking-- and show evidence of this thinking-- within projects? How can we coach students toward ever-increasing levels of intellectual rigor and quality work? In this engaging and interactive workshop, participants will investigate and apply teaching practices and strategies that can help to strengthen the quality of student work in a PBL classroom. They will develop and reflect on a high-quality project, and will plan for project implementation in order to improve student products and enhance learning. Prerequisite: PBL 101.

Payment Information:Bill District    District P.O.    Credit Card


Registrants paying by Credit Card will need to call 785-825-9185 to submit payment information.  KAESA does NOT accept Discover.


District P.O. Number:

Special Requests (diet considerations, physical accommodations, etc.):

Please make checks/purchase orders payable to:

Kansas Association of Education Service Agencies (KAESA)
605 East Crawford
Salina, KS 67401
Phone:  785-825-9185   Fax:  785-825-9195
KAESA Tax ID #48-1189820


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*PBLWorks is the new sub-brand of the Buck Institute for Education, housing both its familiar and continually developing PBL curriculum, services, and resources for teachers and leaders. It’s a new name that fits what the Buck Institute for Education believes and does best.



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