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Unprojects
A different way of 21st Century Learning
The Previous 3 journeys had a the teacher
             as the dominant creative force.


Scribe Posts



E-Portfolios



G...
Use the previous 3 journeys to set the stage for real authentic
                          learning.
Unprojects set the students free




                       Original image: 'fall.free'
                       www.flickr.c...
Students determine their level of mastery
Some students will climb to the top of the mountain.
Most will attempt the climb.
Your students live in this world.
We need to use students to guide us instead of following us.
Unprojects lets students decide how to show learning.
Harness their willingness to learn new tools to push the envelope
                           of learning.
Don’t hold them back with rules
Set them free to explore and prove their knowledge
David Warlick Quote
http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/2007/02/27/more-on-school-20/
http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/2007/02/27/more-on-school-20/
The video that started the wheels turning.
A Difference January 31, 2007
Darren’s Developing Expert Voices
spfractions my student’s first unprojects
spunproject07 the student’s second unprojects
How you can structure Unprojects.
Done at home
Not at school
Students need to show required subject knowledge
You need to be able to explain the math to your parents
Minimal work
Explaining the information in greater detail.
This is why it is an Unproject
Mash-up
Amplify their knowledge
Would you expect math students to
              Sing
Make math movies
Create Games
Stretch their Learning
Sp Fractions
Subject Information
Songs
More songs
Create Games
Movies
spresent commented on their blog
spunproject
Second Attempt to get Unprojects off the ground
Less teacher involvement then before.
Found that the new tools that had been used in the first
                     unproject...
Spresent




63 slide quiz
Movies
Were now the tools of choice.
Participation
Increased
New levels of mastery are achieved
Less teacher involvement
Set Guidelines but let the students be free to choose ....
                       Anything
New tools are introduced
Students teach Teachers
Students teach students
All students achieve more than expected
Use of piczo to do something instead of nothing
Don’t hold your students back
Give them choice
Release the Hounds
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  1. 1. Unprojects A different way of 21st Century Learning
  2. 2. The Previous 3 journeys had a the teacher as the dominant creative force. Scribe Posts E-Portfolios Growing Posts
  3. 3. Use the previous 3 journeys to set the stage for real authentic learning.
  4. 4. Unprojects set the students free Original image: 'fall.free' www.flickr.com/photos/47713217@N00/252616325 by: Jonathan van Wunnik
  5. 5. Students determine their level of mastery
  6. 6. Some students will climb to the top of the mountain.
  7. 7. Most will attempt the climb.
  8. 8. Your students live in this world.
  9. 9. We need to use students to guide us instead of following us.
  10. 10. Unprojects lets students decide how to show learning.
  11. 11. Harness their willingness to learn new tools to push the envelope of learning.
  12. 12. Don’t hold them back with rules
  13. 13. Set them free to explore and prove their knowledge
  14. 14. David Warlick Quote
  15. 15. http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/2007/02/27/more-on-school-20/
  16. 16. http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/2007/02/27/more-on-school-20/
  17. 17. The video that started the wheels turning.
  18. 18. A Difference January 31, 2007
  19. 19. Darren’s Developing Expert Voices
  20. 20. spfractions my student’s first unprojects
  21. 21. spunproject07 the student’s second unprojects
  22. 22. How you can structure Unprojects.
  23. 23. Done at home
  24. 24. Not at school
  25. 25. Students need to show required subject knowledge
  26. 26. You need to be able to explain the math to your parents
  27. 27. Minimal work
  28. 28. Explaining the information in greater detail.
  29. 29. This is why it is an Unproject
  30. 30. Mash-up
  31. 31. Amplify their knowledge
  32. 32. Would you expect math students to Sing
  33. 33. Make math movies
  34. 34. Create Games
  35. 35. Stretch their Learning
  36. 36. Sp Fractions
  37. 37. Subject Information
  38. 38. Songs
  39. 39. More songs
  40. 40. Create Games
  41. 41. Movies
  42. 42. spresent commented on their blog
  43. 43. spunproject Second Attempt to get Unprojects off the ground
  44. 44. Less teacher involvement then before.
  45. 45. Found that the new tools that had been used in the first unproject...
  46. 46. Spresent 63 slide quiz
  47. 47. Movies
  48. 48. Were now the tools of choice.
  49. 49. Participation
  50. 50. Increased
  51. 51. New levels of mastery are achieved
  52. 52. Less teacher involvement
  53. 53. Set Guidelines but let the students be free to choose .... Anything
  54. 54. New tools are introduced
  55. 55. Students teach Teachers
  56. 56. Students teach students
  57. 57. All students achieve more than expected
  58. 58. Use of piczo to do something instead of nothing
  59. 59. Don’t hold your students back
  60. 60. Give them choice
  61. 61. Release the Hounds
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