George Lucas Educational Foundation

Teague Tubach

Middle School Humanities Teacher

Teague Tubach graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a master’s degree in education. He has continued professional development at PBL World in Napa (PBL 101, PBL 201, and PBL Coaching courses), as well as conferences and seminars across the country. He teaches middle school humanities at the Charter School of Morgan Hill in California, and is interested in project-based learning, educational travel, and social justice. In addition to local trips, he has attended rallies and protests with students and led educational adventures to Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York City, and the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. Most of his projects and trips focus on racial, social, and economic justice. 

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  • Project-Based Learning

    Exploring Social Justice Issues Through PBL

    The open-ended work in project-based learning can help students explore issues that matter to them.
  • Project-Based Learning

    How to Use a Play for Project-Based Learning

    Seventh graders staging an adaptation of A Christmas Carol work on literary and historical analysis as well as the design process.

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