Regional Webinar: From Poster to Practice Part 2: Using PBL for a Portrait of a Graduate

In this webinar, learn how High-Quality Project-Based Learning (HQPBL) effectively brings Portrait of a Gradaute (PoG) competencies from poster to practice. Educators from San Ramon Valley Unified School District in California discuss their "Learner Profile" and how they utilize Defined Learning to fulfill those competencies. 

View this complimentary webinar to dive deeper into:

  • Three of the eight competencies in Defined's PoG, "Innovation and Creativity", "Problem-Solving", and "Critical Thinking"
  • How Defined Learning's engaging performance tasks address and build these competencies 
  • Classroom experiences of a Kindergarten Teacher, a 2nd Grade Teacher, and their students using Defined Learning to meet their "Learner Profile"

Featured Educator:

  • John Larmer, Senior PBL Advisor at Defined
  • Jaclyn Mcquiston, Kindergarten Teacher at San Ramon Valley Unified School District, CA
  • Clarendon Brown, 2nd Grade Teacher at Montevideo Elementary School in San Ramon Valley Unified School District, CA

This webinar is part of a 3-part series on how to take a Portrait of a Graduate from poster to practice. To learn more, please follow the links below to access parts 1 and 3.



Success Stories



The collection of performance tasks developed by Defined Learning supports the UbD framework for curriculum, instruction and assessment. Through the utilization of ‘real world’ performance tasks and related resources, teachers engage their students in meaningful learning and authentic assessment – and that is the best preparation for the world outside of school.

Jay McTighe