In response to the evolving public health situation surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), HTH GSE has redesigned PBL Design Camp from the ground up to best leverage distance learning and online interactivity—in short, to continue offering this vital curriculum development program while authentically meeting the moment that educators around the world are experiencing.

Cohorts of educators join synchronous and asynchronous online collaborative learning experiences to draft, critique, and revise authentic PBL curriculum, with the realities of distance learning for students always in mind.

We are working with groups now to schedule online PBL Design Camps beginning in June. Contact HTH today.


Inspired by our love of summer camp, project-based learning, and professional education, PBL Design Camp welcomes educators to High Tech High to develop, critique, and share authentic project-based learning curriculum to take home to their own schools.

Using project development systems from HTH K-12 Schools, design thinking practices, and HTH protocols, PBL Design Campers will draft, critique, document, and take home original PBL curriculum.

Limited to 50 participants, the PBL Design Camp is facilitated by HTH K-12 staff and GSE faculty and takes place in the HTH school sites.

Come with a spark of a project idea—Leave with the fire that will sustain your next project in your school!

PBL Design Camp typically runs five times annually at HTH K–12 schools. In-person, on-campus sessions have been postponed until we receive further guidance to manage groups of visiting educators.