Embedding Social Media
in PBL
Andrew Miller
@betamiller
www.andrewkmiller.com
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By the end of this session, you will:
•Clarify what we mean by social media
•Review Project Based Learning
•Align Social M...
THINK SHARE
What social media tools do you already
use in the classroom? How do you use
them?
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Social Media (n):
forms of electronic communication (as Web
sites for social networking and
microblogging) through which u...
10
11
12
Process and Product
13
14
Significant Content
How can I have students learn
Significant Content?
16
21st
Century Skills
How can I teach and assess
collaboration?
18
Need to Know
19
How can I facilitate a Need to
Know process?
Revision and Reflection
20
How can I facilitate revision and
Reflection?
21
Voice and Choice
22
How can I give voice and choice
to students in the PBL Process?
23
Management
24
Checkpoints = Formative Assessment
How can you formatively
assess?
– Meet with team representatives
How can you meet with teams
and team representatives?
- Incentives and Celebration
How can you celebrate and
incentivize project work?
- Students Set and Track
Goals
How can you have students set
goals and track progress?
- Project Packet and Resources
33
How can you have students
access and share resources?
Process and Product
35
How can I give voice and choice
to students in their products?
36
Public Audience
How can I give voice and choice
to students in how they share
their work?
38
How can we debunk myths and
stereotypes of World Religions?
40
How can we create a social
media campaign to support a
local business?
41
Should we abolish the electoral
college?
42
Do I have rights as a student?
43
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Shameless
46
PBL and Blended Learning
SACC 001B
1:15-2:15
GBL Lesson Design
SACC 004
11:45am – 12:45pm
twitter.com/betamiller
andrew@andrewkmiller.com
www.andrewkmiller.com
Social Media and PBL - ISTE 2013 and NCCE 2014 Presentations
Social Media and PBL - ISTE 2013 and NCCE 2014 Presentations
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  • Sometimes in this workshop, when it ’s your turn to do an activity or discuss something, you’ll see a slide like this. We ’ll be using the “Think-Pair-Share” format, which means: think to yourself for a moment, then talk with a partner, then share out to the whole group. Sometimes you ’ll see two pears… (NEXT SLIDE)
  • What social media are you already using in your classroon, and for what purpose?
  • Intention is the word of the day. Implementing Games in the classroom, there must be intention in how the game is used and the intent you have for the game within the context of learning
  • Red & Blue Sticker Board
  • Don ’t wait until Presentation day to see students’ work – you might be embarrassed in front of an audience! To help students do high-quality work, check their work-in-progress throughout a project. Set deadlines for turning in products, aka deliverables: For example : sketches and prototypes, rough drafts, concept maps, models, storyboards, plans, proposals, research notes, practice presentations Assess , don ’t grade work in progress and practice presentations Create opportunities for both teacher and peer feedback Note: the sample Project Calendar (handout or Starter Kit page 65) shows several checkpoints.
  • Monitor team work. Do some formative assessment to see how well teams are working together and managing their time & tasks. For example: meet with team representatives doing specific tasks, e.g., researchers of particular topics, technology managers, or jigsawed content experts sit with each team occasionally ask students to discuss or write reflections on how well their team is working together, referring to a collaboration rubric or other set of expectations Find the right monitoring style for your classroom: -- helicopter (hovers closely over teams) vs. predator drone (stays on the perimeter and engages when necessary – recommended if possible)
  • Red & Blue Sticker Board
  • Red & Blue Sticker Board
  • Intention is the word of the day. Implementing Games in the classroom, there must be intention in how the game is used and the intent you have for the game within the context of learning
  • Social Media and PBL - ISTE 2013 and NCCE 2014 Presentations

    1. 1. Embedding Social Media in PBL Andrew Miller @betamiller www.andrewkmiller.com
    2. 2. 3
    3. 3. By the end of this session, you will: •Clarify what we mean by social media •Review Project Based Learning •Align Social Media to essential elements of PBL •Brainstorm and share ideas for implementation
    4. 4. THINK SHARE What social media tools do you already use in the classroom? How do you use them?
    5. 5. 8
    6. 6. Social Media (n): forms of electronic communication (as Web sites for social networking and microblogging) through which users create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, and other content (as videos) 9
    7. 7. 10
    8. 8. 11
    9. 9. 12
    10. 10. Process and Product 13
    11. 11. 14 Significant Content
    12. 12. How can I have students learn Significant Content?
    13. 13. 16 21st Century Skills
    14. 14. How can I teach and assess collaboration?
    15. 15. 18 Need to Know
    16. 16. 19 How can I facilitate a Need to Know process?
    17. 17. Revision and Reflection 20
    18. 18. How can I facilitate revision and Reflection? 21
    19. 19. Voice and Choice 22
    20. 20. How can I give voice and choice to students in the PBL Process? 23
    21. 21. Management 24
    22. 22. Checkpoints = Formative Assessment
    23. 23. How can you formatively assess?
    24. 24. – Meet with team representatives
    25. 25. How can you meet with teams and team representatives?
    26. 26. - Incentives and Celebration
    27. 27. How can you celebrate and incentivize project work?
    28. 28. - Students Set and Track Goals
    29. 29. How can you have students set goals and track progress?
    30. 30. - Project Packet and Resources 33
    31. 31. How can you have students access and share resources?
    32. 32. Process and Product 35
    33. 33. How can I give voice and choice to students in their products? 36
    34. 34. Public Audience
    35. 35. How can I give voice and choice to students in how they share their work? 38
    36. 36. How can we debunk myths and stereotypes of World Religions? 40
    37. 37. How can we create a social media campaign to support a local business? 41
    38. 38. Should we abolish the electoral college? 42
    39. 39. Do I have rights as a student? 43
    40. 40. 44
    41. 41. 45
    42. 42. Shameless 46 PBL and Blended Learning SACC 001B 1:15-2:15 GBL Lesson Design SACC 004 11:45am – 12:45pm
    43. 43. twitter.com/betamiller andrew@andrewkmiller.com www.andrewkmiller.com

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