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PBL Project Planning

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Some food for thought as you plan and prepare your project

Some food for thought as you plan and prepare your project

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  • 1. PBL: Project Preparation What is the Essential Question driving this project? Common Intellectual Mission 1. What content will students learn in this project? 2. What type of original research will students conduct? 3. How will the products allow students to demonstrate learning? Adult-World Connection (you may or may not do all of these, but they are good questions to consider) 1. What is the real world application for this project? (Why is this work important?) 2. Who is the audience for this project? 3. How will you connect adults (and professionals) from the outside of school to this project? 4. How will work be displayed publicly? Personalization 1. How will you incorporate “student choice” into this project? 2. How will you challenge strong students? 3. How will you support struggling students? 4. How will you support IEP & ELL students? 5. How will you assess and evaluate each student’s effort and work?
  • 2. REMEMBER!! Your Essential Question: Essential question should be open-ended and provocative Begin with the end in mind! Avoid questions that start with “What…?” - Instead use “How…?” Content: Don’t “dumb down” the task (You might restrict the range of learning that could emerge!) Be wary of dividing student labor: structure group work so that ALL students learn common core material. Let the content drive the activity, not vice versa. Rubric Tips: Allow parents to have access ahead of time Allow students to have a role in developing the rubric/s? Give rubrics to students BEFORE the project starts Personalization Do the students define/ help define the products/ activities? Watch Out! Beware of extending due dates! (You will only get better, more complete work from the students who would have finished on time anyway! Avoid group grades! Assess LEARNING not just responsibility (Pretty poster board learning)