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Learning PBL by Doing PBL to Create PBL

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PETE & C 2012 Conference Presentation

PETE & C 2012 Conference Presentation

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  • These are the attributes we want to proliferate in our classrooms.\nThese are the attributes of PBL/CBL\n
  • These are the attributes we want to proliferate in our classrooms.\nThese are the attributes of PBL/CBL\n
  • These are the attributes we want to proliferate in our classrooms.\nThese are the attributes of PBL/CBL\n
  • These are the attributes we want to proliferate in our classrooms.\nThese are the attributes of PBL/CBL\n
  • These are the attributes we want to proliferate in our classrooms.\nThese are the attributes of PBL/CBL\n
  • This is what we want to achieve for our students with technology\n
  • And this is what we want all teachers to demonstrate when using technology for teaching and learning\n
  • \n
  • This graphic represents what I think are the most critical components in a well-rounded view of education. \n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • PBL/CBL, done right, incorporates the best of all these frameworks and critical aspects of education.\n
  • The terms Project Based Learning and Problem Based Learning are more prevalent. So why “Challenge” Based Learning? It may seem like a matter of semantics, but there are important concepts behind the terminology.\n
  • Too often Project Based Learning is dismissed as simply hands-on project work in the classroom. If students are manipulating something or producing some kind of product, either in small groups or individually, some mistakenly think of this as Project Based Learning. But real Project Based Learning is much more.\n
  • Some educators have focused on Problem Based Learning in order to raise the bar and present some kind of situation or environment in which students have to solve a problem. This is similar to the medical model of interns doing case work in teaching hospitals.\nBut why would we stop with problem solving?\n
  • Challenge Based Learning can encompass a variety of ways to construct meaning...\n
  • Apple’s Challenge Based Learning draws from the work of Understanding by Design (Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe), the Buck Institute for Education’s Project-Based Learning work, and Edutopia’s collections of project-based learning, and it is informed by ADEs around the world.\nIt simplifies the approach to PBL and emphasizes transformative use of technology.\nSee iTunes U (in the iTunes Store), select the “Beyond Campus” directory, and click on ADEs.\n
  • This is how I see Apple’s CBL Framework and the UbD Framework dove-tailing.\n
  • I’m going to share with you 12 key components for professional learning about PBL while doing PBL that evolved over a period of 8 years of our Tech Mentor Program. I’ll be sharing these attributes with the understanding that applying them would look very different in your schools.\nThe slides and additional resources are located on my PBL/CBL wiki. This includes an extensive Tech Mentor Application Packet as well as the syllabus for our 45-hour New Mentor course.\n
  • Experiential\n
  • Experiential\n
  • Coaching\n
  • Coaching\n
  • Commitment\n
  • Commitment\n
  • Support\n
  • Support\n
  • Strategic Alignment\n
  • Strategic Alignment\n
  • Collaboration\n
  • Collaboration\n
  • Technology\n
  • Technology\n
  • Assessment\n
  • Assessment\n
  • Sharing\n
  • Sharing\n
  • Continuous Improvement\n
  • Continuous Improvement\n
  • Recognition\n
  • Recognition\n
  • Leadership\n
  • Leadership\n
  • Questions?\n
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  • 1. Learning PBL by Doing PBL to Create PBL Bill Dolton Adjunct Faculty, Wilkes University Educational Technology Consultant, William Dolton LLC Retired Supervisor of Educational Technology, LMSD bill@doltonroad.com at the intersection William Dolton LLCof technology educational technology consultingand teaching www.doltonroad.com
  • 2. choice, ownership engaging, tech-rich authentic, real-world challenging, rigoroussignificance, actionable
  • 3. Curriculum 21st Century Standards Framework Differentiated Understanding Instruction by Design Research-Based Formative & PerformanceInstructional Strategies Assessment
  • 4. Curriculum 21st Century Standards Framework Differentiated Understanding Instruction by Design Research-Based Formative & PerformanceInstructional Strategies Assessment Project-Based Learning / Challenge-Based Learning
  • 5. Why ChallengeBased Learning?
  • 6. Hands-On Activities
  • 7. Problem Solving
  • 8. Broad Range of Challenges • Experimental Inquiry • Problem-Solving • Decision-Making • Investigation • Systems Analysis • Invention
  • 9. UbD Stage OneUbD Stage Three <-- UbD Stage Two
  • 10. PBL/CBL Wikihttp://lmsd-pbl.wikispaces.com/
  • 11. Experiential
  • 12. Coaching
  • 13. Commitment
  • 14. Support
  • 15. StrategicAlignment
  • 16. Collaboration
  • 17. Technology
  • 18. Assessment
  • 19. Sharing
  • 20. ContinuousImprovement
  • 21. Recognition
  • 22. Leadership
  • 23. Whatsteps willyou take next? Questions?
  • 24. Learning PBL by Doing PBL to Create PBL Bill Dolton Adjunct Faculty, Wilkes University Educational Technology Consultant, William Dolton LLC Retired Supervisor of Educational Technology, LMSD bill@doltonroad.com at the intersection William Dolton LLCof technology educational technology consultingand teaching www.doltonroad.com