Blended Learning throughBlended Learning through
PBLPBL
@betamiller
How do we implement PBL in an
online/ blended environment?
Need to Knows
By the end of this session you
will:
 Review Essential Elements of PBL
 Uncover current practices in online/ blended
edu...
7
12
=
=
“Solution”
Use
Blended Learning
to
“It takes lecture out of the
room…and then when they go
into the classroom, they are now
liberated to communicate with
eac...
Problem/Problem/
Project BasedProject Based
LearningLearning
ConstructivistConstructivist
PrinciplesPrinciples
Collaborati...
In-Depth
Inquiry
Student
Voice & Choice
Driving
Question
Need to
Know
Revision
&
Reflection
Public
Audience
© Buck Institu...
Significant
Content
21st
Century
Skills
In-Depth
Inquiry
Driving
Question
Need
To
Know
Student
Voice &
Choice
Revision
&
Reflection
Public
Audience
= Blended LearningBlended Learning
Course created modules and content
Teacher created group products and project
Driving Questions:
How do we create a new logo for a
company?
How do we create a model game that
advertises the awesomenes...
Public Audience
They received letters from school or
company asking for help!
Need To Know and In-Depth Inquiry
Revision and Reflection
CRITICAL FRIENDS CONSULTANCY PROTOCOL
PRESENTERS Presentation: Information about Product
EVERYONE ...
Student Voice and Choice
How do we debunk myths and
stereotypes of World Religions?
How do we make sure our online activity
doesn’t mess up the rest of our lives?
How do we help our parents pick the best
cell phone plan for us?
How can we create a social media
campaign to support a local business?
How do we prepare the CDC for a
Zombie Apocalypse?
How do we write poetry to create
awareness about homeless youth in
our community?
Know Thyself
Network of Experts
Benchmarks and Formative Assessments
Flexibility
Align Online Content to Project
Align LMS to PBL
Teach and Assess Collaboration
Virtual Classrooms for Collaboration
?
Set in Stone?
57
Need to Knows
twitter.com/betamiller
andrew@andrewkmiller.com
www.andrewkmiller.com
Challenges and Implications
• Courses may not be using Standards or
Proficiency Based Grading
• Flexibility needed in Cour...
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
Blended Learning and PBL - ISTE Presentation 2013
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  • benchmarks but open space that is part of personalized learning
  • individual versus team assessments. do we truly value the group?
  • Roadblocks
  • May not be competency based or standards based
  • flexibility needed in how course is structured or delivered. PBL requires open time that isn ’ t content push out, but constructavist
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    1. 1. Blended Learning throughBlended Learning through PBLPBL @betamiller
    2. 2. How do we implement PBL in an online/ blended environment?
    3. 3. Need to Knows
    4. 4. By the end of this session you will:  Review Essential Elements of PBL  Uncover current practices in online/ blended education.  Look at a sample PBL Project and its essential elements in the Blended/ Online Environment  Process possible roadblocks for true PBL implementation online and in blended learning
    5. 5. 7
    6. 6. 12
    7. 7. =
    8. 8. = “Solution”
    9. 9. Use Blended Learning to
    10. 10. “It takes lecture out of the room…and then when they go into the classroom, they are now liberated to communicate with each other…The real magic is that class has so much potential…For me the deepest learning happens with Project- Based Learning…” - Salman Khan
    11. 11. Problem/Problem/ Project BasedProject Based LearningLearning ConstructivistConstructivist PrinciplesPrinciples Collaboration Figure 1.1 – “Engaging the Online Learner.” Conrad and Donaldson
    12. 12. In-Depth Inquiry Student Voice & Choice Driving Question Need to Know Revision & Reflection Public Audience © Buck Institute for Education
    13. 13. Significant Content
    14. 14. 21st Century Skills
    15. 15. In-Depth Inquiry
    16. 16. Driving Question
    17. 17. Need To Know
    18. 18. Student Voice & Choice
    19. 19. Revision & Reflection
    20. 20. Public Audience
    21. 21. = Blended LearningBlended Learning
    22. 22. Course created modules and content Teacher created group products and project
    23. 23. Driving Questions: How do we create a new logo for a company? How do we create a model game that advertises the awesomeness of our school? How can we as game designers make a game together?
    24. 24. Public Audience They received letters from school or company asking for help!
    25. 25. Need To Know and In-Depth Inquiry
    26. 26. Revision and Reflection CRITICAL FRIENDS CONSULTANCY PROTOCOL PRESENTERS Presentation: Information about Product EVERYONE Clarification: Audience asks short clarifying questions AUDIENCE Good Things: Audience shares what they liked about the project Wonders: Audience shares their concerns and questions for consideration Next Steps: Audience shares ideas about resources and ways to enhance the project PRESENTERS Reflection: Group reflects on useful feedback, Shares next steps
    27. 27. Student Voice and Choice
    28. 28. How do we debunk myths and stereotypes of World Religions?
    29. 29. How do we make sure our online activity doesn’t mess up the rest of our lives?
    30. 30. How do we help our parents pick the best cell phone plan for us?
    31. 31. How can we create a social media campaign to support a local business?
    32. 32. How do we prepare the CDC for a Zombie Apocalypse?
    33. 33. How do we write poetry to create awareness about homeless youth in our community?
    34. 34. Know Thyself
    35. 35. Network of Experts
    36. 36. Benchmarks and Formative Assessments
    37. 37. Flexibility
    38. 38. Align Online Content to Project
    39. 39. Align LMS to PBL
    40. 40. Teach and Assess Collaboration
    41. 41. Virtual Classrooms for Collaboration
    42. 42. ?
    43. 43. Set in Stone?
    44. 44. 57
    45. 45. Need to Knows
    46. 46. twitter.com/betamiller andrew@andrewkmiller.com www.andrewkmiller.com
    47. 47. Challenges and Implications • Courses may not be using Standards or Proficiency Based Grading • Flexibility needed in Course Delivery and Structures • Team and Individual Assessments • Authentic Audience • Managing Benchmarks and Flexibility for Students • LMS needs to match PBL pedagogy

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