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

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