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Offers a brief definition of project-based learning and its features

Offers a brief definition of project-based learning and its features

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  • 1. • Extended process of inquiry to create learning or teaching products. • Rigorous projects help students learn key academic content and • Practice 21st Century Skills (such as collaboration, communication & critical thinking amongst others).
  • 2. • e-Portfolio • Authentic, Challenging • Multidisciplinary environment • Sustained efforts over period • Gain more IT Skills • Minimal External Guidance • Self-reliance and; • Personal Accountability
  • 3. Four Suggested documentation: 1. Journaling of the process 2. A Learning contract (1 Page) 3. Project proposal (1 Page) 4. Final Report (3-5 page) • Research bibliography • Content outline • Audience description • Specific Learning Outcomes • Setting descriptions • Flowchart (Possible) • Explanation of Treatment • Media selection rationale • Budget report (hrs/expenses)
  • 4. • EXPECTED: A technology based project/product or technology product • Centres around student’s specific subject matter • Focussed on helping other teachers teach or students use it for learning (TP) • Accompanied with documentation and a rubric for assessment • EVENTUALLY: Feed into the Tech/Na! e- content component to establish a “Best Practice in technology learning materials or
  • 5. • Community focused learning materials or programmes • Series of instructional videos on a topic • Develop instructional – lesson appropriate computer based games or board • Glogster™ poster with appropriated lesson plans • Podcasts or audio lessons for mobile/cellphone and mp3 devices to support revision for students/learners • Create interactive web-based lessons • Multimedia Presentations or CBT using PowerPoint on specific projects • Develop materials based on problem-based approaches in the classroom • Develop a set of technology integrated lesson on a topic • Populate a LMS such as Edmodo (www.edmodo.com) or Schoology (www.schoology.com) • Develop educational comic strips • Puppets for education (http://themediashow.net/) http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/earlychildhood/puppets/index.html • Geography project indicating Electronic, Map, Tourist attraction • Plays & Playwright, act – performed and recorded (English drama) • Science Fair/ Event planning for a school • Educational Music Videos (modern music) on important
  • 6. edu.glogster.com
  • 7. themediashow.net
  • 8. www.edmodo.com www.schoology.com
  • 9. scratch.mit.edu Or http://info.scratch.mit.e du/scratch_1.4_downl oad
  • 10. http://www.stopmotio npro.com/
  • 11. http://www.makebeliefscomix.com
  • 12. http://www.wikihow.c om/Make-Your-Own- Board-Game
  • 13. http://audacity.source forge.net/
  • 14. Many samples available on http://www.wiredacad emic.com
  • 15. Historical, Fictional, Drama etc.
  • 16. 1. ALL faculty should be involved 2. You should facilitate the groups of students 3. Explain “what PBL is” to your students 4. Be the groups support and content guide 5. Assist groups in setting realistic dates (TIMELINE) for the learning contract & project proposal (Within first month of 2nd semester) 6. E-mail project proposals to PBL coordinator 7. Depending on the kind of project go through the specific RUBRIC 8. Indicate to the PBL coordinator IT equipment and software needed (Within first month of 2nd semester) 9. Final projects are uploaded to UNAM wiki site at http://my.unam.na/wiki 10. TEAM assessment approach to projects/products

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