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Project-Based Approaches helps teachers improve their understanding and application of project-based learning in their classrooms. ...

Project-Based Approaches helps teachers improve their understanding and application of project-based learning in their classrooms.
This course is for teachers who are new to project-based approaches – and teachers who are experienced with project-based approaches find it equally helpful.

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  • The latest from the Intel Teach Program: A series of short, professional development courses that provides deeper exploration of 21 st century learning concepts addressed in Intel Teach courses
  • Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms is an interactive e-learning experience that offers an in-depth look at assessment that meets the needs of 21st century teaching and learning. In this course, teachers see how assessment strategies can benefit their teaching practices and their students’ learning. They learn how to plan, develop, and manage student-centered assessment. Action planning exercises offer opportunities to apply the assessment concepts.
  • Module 1: 21st Century Learning Consider the 21st century skills students need to excel in a changing world. See what assessment looks like in 21st century classrooms and how 21st century skills are assessed. Module 2: Assessment Strategies Learn how assessment purposes define assessment practice and how different methods and instruments meet those purposes. Explore effective rubrics to assess 21st century skills. Module 3: Assessment Methods Look at how assessment methods can be used for various assessment purposes as part of regular classroom activities. Learn how assessment methods can enhance teaching and learning. Module 4: Assessment Development Develop an Assessment Plan and create assessments to meet standards, 21st century skills, and objectives for a unit or project. Module 5: Assessment In Action Learn ways to schedule and track ongoing assessment that supports students as they transition to new assessment practices. Use assessment data to guide reflection, set goals, plan instruction, and provide input for grading purposes.
  • >> Launch the course and show the Orientation and scroll through the Introduction . [TO PRESENTER: If you have time, do one activity
  • Project-Based Approaches helps teachers improve their understanding and application of project-based learning in their classrooms. This course is for teachers who are new to project-based approaches – and teachers who are experienced with project-based approaches find it equally helpful.
  • With 5 Modules, teachers can easily explore the benefits of doing projects in the classroom and begin to build their own action plan to incorporate projects.
  • >> Launch the course and show the Orientation and scroll through the Introduction . [TO PRESENTER: If you have time, do one activity: A good one is Module 1: Lesson 2 (PBL Benefits, Misconceptions & Challenges: Maria’s advice to Abe). You can jump straight into an activity (you probably know this) by clicking the Menu button at the bottom of the page, then select (this one is Mod 1, Lesson 2, activity 3 )]
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  • sneak preview at ISTE 2010, and we’ll release it online during the summer (check back at /elements or request notification when you complete the course survey).
  • Elements can be administered in three different formats – completely online, through portable CD’s, or through Face to Face facilitation. Simply choose the best option for your district.
  • Elements can be administered in three different formats – completely online, through portable CD’s, or through Face to Face facilitation. Simply choose the best option for your district.
  • Intel Teach courses incorporate some of the free online tools and resources you’ll find at www.intel.com/teachers – including the Help Guide, Assessing Projects, Designing Effective Projects, and the thinking tools…
  • You can use the screenshot or go to the URL – very brief overview of the tools & resources (description is on the top of the page –or talk for 30 seconds about what you like) Launch the URL to show the Teachers webpage…. Intel also provides free interactive web 2.0 like tools that support higher level thinking skills. (Give a brief 30 second overview of each tool.) No matter what kinds of discussions and discoveries you would like students to experience, Intel Teach has a free tool to help make it happen.

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  • Intel ® Teach Elements - Overview Download the latest version of this presentation
  • Intel ® Teach Elements
    • Courses
    • Project-Based Approaches
    • Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms
    • Future Courses Include:
    • Collaboration in the Classroom (featuring Web 2.0)
    • Thinking Critically with Data (Displaying and Interpreting Data visually)
    • Self-Directed Learning in a Student-Centered Classroom
    • Convenient just-in-time professional development for busy teachers
    • Compelling e-learning content, including animated e-learning tutorials, interactive learning exercises, and offline activities.
    • Free online or off CD
  • Intel ® Teach Elements Assessment in 21 st Century Classrooms
  • 5 Modules: 1-3 hours of e-learning each Copyright © 2009 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Education Initiative and Intel Teach Program are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.  3. Facilitated Discussion: share ideas and give feedback on action plans 2. Action Planning: apply concepts to one’s own classroom 1. E-learning: learn concepts in interactive tutorials Module 3: Assessment Methods Module 5: Assessment In Action Module 4: Assessment Development Module 2: Assessment Strategies Module 1: 21st Century Learning Each Module has 3 to 6 Lessons Participants learn to plan, develop, and manage student-centered assessment. Lessons include 3 types of activities
  • Intel ® Teach Elements: Assessment in 21 st Century Classrooms
    • See assessment in action in 21 st century classrooms
    • Learn about purposes, methods, and instruments for assessment
    • Understand how to integrate assessment methods
    • Plan and develop assessments
    • Support and manage ongoing assessment and data
    Follow three teachers who are implementing embedded and ongoing assessment methods in their classrooms
  • Intel ® Teach Elements Project-Based Approaches Copyright © 2009 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Education Initiative and Intel Teach Program are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. 
  • 5 Modules: 1-3 hours of e-learning each Copyright © 2009 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Education Initiative and Intel Teach Program are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.  3. Facilitated Discussion: share ideas and give feedback on action plans 2. Action Planning: apply concepts to one’s own classroom 1. E-learning: learn concepts in interactive tutorials Module 3: Project Assessment Module 5: Project Instruction Module 4: Project Management Module 2: Project Planning Module 1: Project Basics Each Module has 3 to 6 Lessons Participants develop materials and activities to implement or improve project-based approaches in their classrooms. Lessons include 3 types of activities
  • Intel ® Teach Elements: Project-Based Approaches An experienced teacher mentors her colleague, sharing her strategies to engage students in projects that enhance their learning. You’ll visit students to see how they’re benefiting from Project-Based Approaches.
  • Intel ® Teach Elements: Collaboration in the Digital Classroom Copyright © 2009 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Education Initiative and Intel Teach Program are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.  Next course in the series
  • Intel ® Teach Elements: Collaboration in a Digital Classroom
    • See collaboration in action—examples in the classroom
    • Explore a framework for digital collaboration
    • Explore online collaborative tools
    • Understand collaborative strategies to support ethical, safe, and legal online collaboration skills
    • Support and manage collaboration
    Follow two teachers who discuss and implement collaboration strategies and tools into their classroom. Sneak Preview at ISTE 2010
    • Self-Directed
    • Simply click the link at Intel ® Education to take a course online or order a free CD
    • www.intel.com/education/elements
    • Facilitated
    • For a more powerful experience, facilitate the course with a group of teachers from your school or district.
      • 8 hours of facilitated content
      • Facilitation Guide available to support the facilitator
      • Education Agencies may apply for a License Agreement to host the course in your own education portal or LMS
    Taking the Course
  • Intel ® Teach Elements – Facilitation Materials
    • A facilitated experience builds professional learning communities through group discussions and sharing of ideas in action plans.
    • Facilitation content is flexible: you can modify or add your own activities.
    • Course format is a local design decision. You may deliver a facilitated course fully face-to-face, fully online, or as a hybrid.
    • Length of a facilitated course is flexible and determined by your program needs. Sample schedules are provided to follow or adapt.
    • You are permitted to use this content and charge normal and reasonable fees for delivering your course, as long as participants receive continuing education credit, based on local requirements.
    • Upon completion, Intel asks that you report the number of teachers you trained.
    • See www.intel.com/education/elements > Facilitation for more information
  • Intel ® Teach Program Intel is pleased to provide the Intel ® Teach Elements courses at no charge to educators, because we believe quality education is the foundation for opportunity and innovation. At Intel, we work with teachers to build education programs that combine best practices with the power of technology. Since 1999, the Intel Teach Program has helped 7 million educators in more than 50 countries to make learning more compelling and relevant through the use of technology.
  • www.intel.com/teachers - Free teaching tools & resources
    • To Get Involved in other Intel Teach courses, visit www.intel.com/education/teach/US
    Download a flyer about Intel Teach Elements Join the online community http://engage.intel.com Teachers Engage is a worldwide network of educators interested in effective use of technology, instructional design, project-based approaches, assessment of 21st century skills, open-ended questioning…
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