Selected Published Works
A Project-Based Approach To Solving the Earth's Most Urgent Problems
A flipped lesson I developed in cooperation with TEDEd with over 1.3 million views.
This solution to support students as they transition from high school to college was selected as a finalist by the Office of the First Lady and showcased at the White House in 2016.
5 Strategies for Fostering Independence in a PBL Classroom.
4 Strategies To Encourage Smart Student Choice in PBL.
Important considerations when structuring roles for group work in PBL
A great PBL-based curriculum from the California Coastal Commission that I helped consult on.
Great game-based workshops for promoting collaboration. I helped with the content design on some of them.
Curb Cut - PBLWorks
My first animated blog that discusses how to effectively scaffold for all students without overworking yourself!
My interview about the importance of project-based learning to parks and monuments with Jody Maberry.
Publication by Steelcase about the impact flexible furniture had on my 8th-grade classroom.
Blog post discussing one of the best digital citizenship lessons that I've ever designed that teaches students about evaluating sources.
Blog post that discusses how to get started with Google Expeditions and other distance learning software.
Podcast interview with Lesson: Impossible on Park Based Learning and the importance of using natural and historic spaces as learning tools.
Featured as first Teacher of the Week for work on Park Based Learning.
Blog post published on Getting Smart that focuses on how PBL can be leveraged to help students recover from schooling loss.
Helpful guide to creating amazing students projects that I contributed to published by PBLWorks!
Article published by National Geographic on place-based learning in multiple contexts.
National Park Obsessed
I blog part-time for this travel-focused website all about National Parks!
My first blog post on Edutopia focused on creating opportunities for exploration even in a remote context.
Interview about using parks and public lands as learning spaces.
Blog post on National Geographic that focuses on using Nat Geo Framework to recover from pandemic "schooling loss"