In this 6-hour course, Implementing TPSP Projects with Project Pals, former teacher and instructional technology professional Miriam Bogler goes in depth on the Project Pals platform and how to best utilize it for implementing the TPSP projects with your students. Project Pals does all the heavy lifting, while you focus on the students.
In this thorough 6-hour course, you’ll learn:
- What project-based learning is
- The basics of using Project Pals
- How to create classes in Project Pals
- The advanced features of Project Pals
- How to map a TPSP project into Project Pals
Miriam is a former technology teacher and an instructional technology professional with over twenty years of experience. Miriam has a Practical Engineering degree in Computer Science from the Beer-Sheva Practical Engineering College in Israel, a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles and a master’s degree in Educational Technology Leaderships from George Washington University in Washington D.C. Miriam worked as a computer teacher and tech coordinator at several Southern California private and public schools. Miriam’s professional experiences include teaching computer science to students grades K-12, the establishment of a successful after-school technology program, the implementation of a technology school plan, and the creation of instructional materials for teachers to conceptualize, plan and execute projects utilizing technology. In 2002, Miriam established Apollo’s Vision Computer Clubs, a technology-based after school educational club, that provided cutting-edge robotics classes to students in public schools in the greater Los Angeles area. Miriam is now the founder & CEO of Project Pals, an all-in-one project management platform for collaborative and project-based learning. Project Pals is the evolution and culmination of Miriam’s extensive experience utilizing technology to develop 21st century skills.