Ross Cooper

Coauthor of Hacking Project Based Learning, and Supervisor of Instructional Practice K-12

Hacking Project Based Learning

Ross Cooper and Erin Murphy (Ross’s Hacking Project Based Learning coauthor) offer various project based learning sessions that can incorporate and/or extend the contents of their book. These sessions can last from one hour to multiple days, and they are tailored to meet the needs of each unique audience.

When you learn how to hack project based learning, you’ll be able to:

Provide Purposeful Opportunities

For student reflection and publishing

Maximize Class Time

By prioritizing specific content and learning outcomes

Create A Culture

Of risk-taking to promote student inquiry and exploration

Craft Assessments

Integrate feedback to ensure that every student learns

Implement these strategies today and turn your school and classroom into a place that is dripping with inquiry-based learning, authentic learning, and a love of learning.

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About Ross

Ross is the coauthor of Hacking Project Based Learning, and the Supervisor of Instructional Practice K-12 in the Salisbury Township School District (1:1 MacBook/iPad) in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Certified Innovator. His passions are inquiry-based learning and quality professional development. He blogs about these topics at rosscoops31.com. He regularly speaks, presents, and conducts workshops related to his writings and professional experiences.

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When he is not working, he enjoys eating steak and pizza, exercising, reading books, playing on his computer, and provoking his three beautiful nephews. Please feel free to connect with him via email, RossCoops31@gmail.com, and Twitter, @RossCoops31.

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