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Title: Project-Based Learning


1
Project-Based Learning
  • Sally Stuart
  • GT Specialist

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Chalk Talk
3
Todays Learning Tasks
  • Review the basics of PBL
  • PBL Activities including CCSS
  • Time to develop your own PBL lesson/s

4
Where do CCSS fit into PBL?
  • Listening and speaking Comprehension and
    Communication
  • Listening and speaking Presentation
  • Writing Research
  • Others will be based on your content area.
    (Reading Informational texts, Writing, and Math)

5
Why we need Common Core "I Choose C"
  • But also, why do we integrate subjects?

6
What is Project Based Learning?
In Project Based Learning (PBL), students go
through an extended process of inquiry in
response to a complex question, problem, or
challenge. Rigorous projects help students learn
key academic content and practice 21st Century
Skills (such as collaboration, communication
critical thinking). www.bie.org
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Why Project Based Learning?
  • BIE, in PBL in the Elementary Grades, states PBL
    is valuable because it effectively teaches
    content knowledge and skills, builds deeper
    understanding of concepts, and makes a school
    curriculum more engaging and meaningful for
    students.

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Project Based Learning
  • During the projects, students will inquire,
    study, plan, evaluate, compare, collaborate,
    manage, create and present. (Reinventing
    Project-Based Learning,2007)
  • Buck Institute

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  • It is an effective way to learn content knowledge
    and skills.
  • PBL is meant for the students to delve deep into
    the content area by creating a project, answering
    a question, solving a problem or resolving an
    issue.

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  • It makes the curriculum more engaging and
    interesting.
  • It is a task that is relevant to the students
    lives. They can apply the skill to the real
    world.

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  • Builds readiness for the 21st century.
  • In the business world, successful employees,
    managers, entrepreneurs and leaders in the 21
    century economy not only need the skills and
    knowledge taught in school, but to learn how to
    acquire knowledge and skills, evaluate and use
    information, work as teams, solve problems and
    think critically, manage complex tasks and
    communicate using a variety of media. The skills
    are useful for life in general.

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21st Century Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Creative Thinking
  • Critical Thinking
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Social Skills
  • Technology Literacy
  • Cross-cultural Skills
  • Information Media Literacy

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What is the role of the teacher?
  • Allows teacher to work more closely with students
    acting as a coach instead of deliverer of
    knowledge.
  • Teacher is the project manager who teaches the
    content knowledge and skills needed.

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Significant content derived from standards and
academic subject areas.
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Whatever form a project takes, it must have these
Essential Elements.
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21st century skills Skills valuable for todays
world
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In-depth inquiry rigorous, extended process of
asking questions, using resources and developing
answers.
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Driving Question Open-ended question that
students explore
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Need to know students see the need to gain
knowledge, understand concepts and apply skills.
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Voice and choice Students are allowed to make
some choices about products, use of time, and how
they work.
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Revision and reflection Students use feedback
to consider additions and changes.
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Public audience Students present their work to
other people beyond the classroom.
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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards

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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Peer Review Protocol

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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Entry Event/Document

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5.20
  • Oklahoma Tornado Disaster As it Happened

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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Entry Event/Document
  • Need to Know

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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Entry Event/Document
  • Need to Know
  • Rubric

Controlling Factors
Blank Rubric
Blank Rubric2
Learning Outcomes
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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Entry Event/Document
  • Need to Know
  • Rubric
  • Group Contract

Example
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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Entry Event/Document
  • Need to Know
  • Rubric
  • Group Contract
  • Research and collaboration

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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Entry Event/Document
  • Need to Know
  • Rubric
  • Group Contract
  • Research and collaboration
  • Assessment and adjustment

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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Entry Event/Document
  • Need to Know
  • Rubric
  • Group Contract
  • Research and collaboration
  • Assessment and adjustment
  • Presentations

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PBL Start to Finish
  • Start with the Standards
  • Critical Friends
  • Entry Event/Document
  • Need to Know
  • Rubric
  • Group Contract
  • Research and collaboration
  • Assessment and adjustment
  • Presentations
  • Final Assessment

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PBL in action
  • Courtyard Redesign by bie.org

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Hunger Games
  • Controlling Factors Entry Event

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1st Grade
  • Farms and Food

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Exhibit Contest
  • Read Entry Document for the
  • Old State House Museum of AR History

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More Project ideas
  • Try to make projects meaningful and on current
    issues. For example
  • Community events
  • Commercials and what they sell
  • Unsung Heroes
  • World of 7 Billion
  • Cardboard Challenge
  • Etc.

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What does it mean to teach?
  • You may divide into grade levels or work on your
    own.
  • Use remaining time to develop a PBL unit

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Resources
  • www.edutopia.com
  • http//www.bie.org/
  • http//www.youthlearn.org/learning/learning
  • Carolyn Coil, Differentiated Activities
    Assessments Using the Common Core Standards, ISBN
    978-1-937113-05-6
  • Buck Institute for Ed, PBL in the Elem. Grades,
    ISBN 978-0-974043-1-7
  • Buck Institute for Ed , PBL Starter Kit, ISBN
    978-0-9740343-2-4
  • http//www.census.gov/compendia/statab/2012/tables
    /12s0398.pdf
  • http//wps.prenhall.com/hss_berman_democracy_4/7/1
    859/475959.cw/index.html
  • http//magazines.scholastic.com/election-2012
  • http//www.edutopia.org/pdfs/stw/edutopia-stw-main
    e-project-learning-casco-bay-give-me-shelter-oral-
    history-assessment.pdf

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