In order to access the Store, you just need a myPLTW account. All myPLTW user roles – Program Coordinator, Site Coordinator, Teacher, and General User – have access to the Store in myPLTW. We established the General User role so that school and district staff who support PLTW program operations, such as purchasing agents, IT staff, and grant managers, can access features like the Store in myPLTW.< Read entire article >
All Launch Lead Teachers credentialed before June 1, 2017 are required to take part in an online update training. This online training provides all the tools and support they need to train and prepare other teachers to facilitate PLTW Launch in the classrooms.< Read entire article >
We design and develop PLTW courses with accessibility for all students in mind. We have also created specific tools and resources to help you support student access in the event of IEP/504 plan requirements, technology barriers (e.g., a student loses a device), purposes of translation (e.g., translations to braille), or some other classroom situation in which accessing the digital version is not possible or feasible.< Read entire article >
To grant students access to Courses and their PLTW curriculum, you’ll need to roster them prior to, or at the start of, the school year. For more information on how to roster students for the 2017-18 school year, read the Student Roster Instructions and use the Student Roster Template to prepare your file.< Read entire article >
We are thrilled to announce generational expert Matt Beaudreau as keynote speaker for PLTW Summit 2017. Matt is an expert from The Center for Generational Kinetics, which is the leader in generational research and solutions, especially with Millennials (Gen Y) and Gen Z.
Join us at PLTW Summit 2017 – Oct. 22-25 in Orlando, Florida – to hear from Matt about ways to engage K-12 students in their learning and address several topics including communicating, collaborating, and problem-solving with people from different generations.
We are less than two months away from PLTW Summit 2017! This is the event of the year to connect with your peers, Master Teachers, and the PLTW Team and access 250+ can't-miss PD opportunities.
To support teachers' transition to Courses, the new way to access PLTW curriculum, teachers may continue to access the PLTW Learning Management System (LMS) until Sept. 30, 2017, to retrieve or export any materials or resources they wish to save for future use or reference. After Sept. 30, teachers will no longer have access to the PLTW LMS, including Professional Learning Communities (PLCs).
To learn more about how to export materials from the LMS, visit the Getting Ready for the New School Year with PLTW FAQ guide and select "Transitioning from the Current PLCs" and "Transitioning from the PLTW LMS."
To grant students access to Courses, you’ll need to roster them prior to, or at the start of, the school year.< Read entire article >
Join us for PLTW Summit 2017 – Oct. 22-25 in Orlando, Florida – to connect with others looking to make the most of their PLTW programs.
PLTW Summit 2017 offers you opportunities to:
• Access more than 250 interactive workshops and General Sessions
• Connect with 2,000 peers to share experiences and strengthen your network
• New for 2017! Earn CEUs awarded by PLTW, an IACET Accredited Provider
• Get your questions answered by representatives from PLTW's partners during the Engage Expo
Special rates for groups are available. We hope to see you in Orlando in October!
Have you checked out the new tools and features available in myPLTW?< Read entire article >
PLTW is committed to delivering a student experience that is engaging, relevant, and challenging, and they want to hear how they're doing. That’s why, starting on Monday, May 8, PLTW is inviting middle school and high school students to provide their feedback – in a formal and measurable way – through a student survey. Students’ survey responses will influence how PLTW continues to create engaging and inspiring learning experiences and deliver them to all students.< Read entire article >
If you need assistance downloading, installing, or troubleshooting software, please visit our Software page.< Read entire article >