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  • Q&A
  • Group dynamics
  • Start with a problemIdentify essential questions and skillsDifferentiateDifferent Roles- Collaboration
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  • What do these have in common? What makes them gr8Well structureed, student choice, deep thinking

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  • 1. Research in a Digital World
  • 2. Updating the Research ProcessWhy?
  • 3. Good Questions
  • 4. Bloom’s Taxonomy
    HOTS
    Complexity
    Difficulty
    LOTS
  • 5. Good Frameworks
  • 6. Project Based Learning
  • 7.
  • 8. POGILElements
    Students expected to work collaboratively
    Activity is an intentional POGIL activity
    Students work on activity during class time with facilitator present
    Dominant mode of instruction is not instructor-centered
    Students have assigned roles within groups
    Activity is designed to be first introduction to topic
    Students aren’t expected to have worked on topic prior to introduction
    Groups should complete all critical thinking questions during 40 min class-
  • 9. Elements to Include
    Clearly articulated expectations
    Interesting and engaging “hook”
    Question that invites rigor and curiosity
    Scaffolding
    Mechanism for Continuous Feedback
  • 10. UbD “End In Mind” Process
    Start with a problem
    Identify essential questions and skills
    Differentiate
    Different Roles- Collaboration
  • 11. The Human Component
    Teacher
    Librarian
    Instructional Tech
    Learning Specialist
  • 12. Citation
    Annotated Bibliography
    Electronic Aids
    Images too
  • 13. Process
    Common Vocabulary requires a Model
    Identify Student (S) and Teacher (T) responsibilities and collaborative responsibilities
  • 14. Task Definition
    Articulating the Requirements (T)
    Rubrics (consider student engagement)
    Standards (NETS)/21st Century Skills
    Tools to Use to Create AND Get Student Input
    Wiki Rubistar
    Google Doc Rubric Banks
    Defining the Task (S)
    MindMaps – MyWebspiration, CMAP, Mindomo
  • 15. Search Strategies
    WolframAlpha (goofram.com)
    SweetSearch
    SearchEngines
    Google Customized Search
    Databases
  • 16. YoLink – Refined Search
  • 17. Locating Resources
    Provided Resources (T)
    Social Bookmarks and RSS
    Netvibes or Pageflakes or Symbaloo
    Livebinders
    Wiki Guides and Pathfinders
    Student Located Resources(S)
    Diigo Bookmarks with evaluative description
    Annotated Bibliography (google docs)
  • 18. LiveBinder
  • 19. WikiGuides/PathFinders
  • 20. Evaluating Resources
    Diigo
    YoLink
  • 21. Use and Collection of Info
    Zoho Notebooks
    OneNote Notebooks
    Noodle Tools
    Xotero
    Mendeley
  • 22. Synthesis
    Writing
    Wiki
    Google Docs
    Portfolio
    Presentation
    Google Presentation
    Prezi
    Digital Artifact
  • 23.
  • 24.
  • 25. Choice Boards
  • 26. Evaluation
    Self-Evaluation
    Peer Evaluation (sometimes)
    Teacher Evaluation
    Should we include opportunity for revision?
    YES-
    Draft – In -Progress
  • 27. Examples
    Author Project
    9th grade Imperialism
    Endangered Elements
  • 28. Great Projects
    What If…
  • 29. WikiBooks
    Titles