HOOK
DRIVINGQUESTION
REAL-WORLD PROBLEM
DQ: What makes a book a ‘good read’?DQ: ‘Can people use their voices to bring about positive  change?’DQ: How can I shape ...
ASSESSMENT
INVESTIGATIONS
PRODUCTS
REAL-WORLD AUDIENCE
Product:Anthology of short stories published as an eBook.Book launch.Product:Blogging with American schoolsProduct:Book tr...
PROJECTOUTLINES
STUDENT VOICE& CHOICE
creative
frustration of students                     lack of team-work skills from students                          parents: is my...
TAKE HOME: How can  using PBL empower   your students to ‘own’ their learning?
Project-based Learning pecha kucha
Project-based Learning pecha kucha
Project-based Learning pecha kucha
Project-based Learning pecha kucha
Project-based Learning pecha kucha
Project-based Learning pecha kucha
Project-based Learning pecha kucha
Project-based Learning pecha kucha
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These are the slides from my Pecha Kucha presented at the world-record breaking TeachMeet held in Sydney on March 2nd.

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Project-based Learning pecha kucha

  1. 1. HOOK
  2. 2. DRIVINGQUESTION
  3. 3. REAL-WORLD PROBLEM
  4. 4. DQ: What makes a book a ‘good read’?DQ: ‘Can people use their voices to bring about positive change?’DQ: How can I shape the way the world sees me?DQ: How can we raise awareness In our local community about a charity or cause we feel passionately about?DQ: ‘Can Cyborgs Write Poetry?’DQ: Can stories help young people in the 21st century develop resilience?’DQ: ‘What makes an individual powerful?’DQ: ‘Why do emos write poetry?’DQ: ‘How can we make a film for an online community to change peoples view on individuals and authority?’
  5. 5. ASSESSMENT
  6. 6. INVESTIGATIONS
  7. 7. PRODUCTS
  8. 8. REAL-WORLD AUDIENCE
  9. 9. Product:Anthology of short stories published as an eBook.Book launch.Product:Blogging with American schoolsProduct:Book trailer uploaded to YouTubeProduct:promotional posters, a documentary, a short film, a blog, a website, social media campaign to raise awareness for cause/communityProduct:Own cyborg poem transformed into YouTube videoProduct:Enter into a promotional poster design competition.Product:Short film.Product:iTunes podcastProduct: Collection of protest poems published online: "Poems for the Silenced." Selected poems published in OzTeacher magazine.
  10. 10. PROJECTOUTLINES
  11. 11. STUDENT VOICE& CHOICE
  12. 12. creative
  13. 13. frustration of students lack of team-work skills from students parents: is my child learning?passive learners resistance from students frustration with systems lack of research skills in students
  14. 14. TAKE HOME: How can using PBL empower your students to ‘own’ their learning?
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