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  • Q&A
  • Group dynamics
  • Start with a problemIdentify essential questions and skillsDifferentiateDifferent Roles- Collaboration
  • http://www.vuvox.com/collage/detail/01d4be9259
  • 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<br />
    • 2. Updating the Research ProcessWhy?<br />
    • 3. Good Questions<br />
    • 4. Bloom’s Taxonomy<br />HOTS<br />Complexity<br />Difficulty<br />LOTS<br />
    • 5. Good Frameworks<br />
    • 6. Project Based Learning<br />
    • 7.
    • 8. POGILElements<br />Students expected to work collaboratively<br />Activity is an intentional POGIL activity<br />Students work on activity during class time with facilitator present<br />Dominant mode of instruction is not instructor-centered<br />Students have assigned roles within groups<br />Activity is designed to be first introduction to topic<br />Students aren’t expected to have worked on topic prior to introduction<br />Groups should complete all critical thinking questions during 40 min class- <br />
    • 9. Elements to Include<br />Clearly articulated expectations<br />Interesting and engaging “hook” <br />Question that invites rigor and curiosity<br />Scaffolding <br />Mechanism for Continuous Feedback<br />
    • 10. UbD “End In Mind” Process<br />Start with a problem<br />Identify essential questions and skills<br />Differentiate<br />Different Roles- Collaboration<br />
    • 11. The Human Component<br />Teacher<br />Librarian<br />Instructional Tech<br />Learning Specialist<br />
    • 12. Citation<br />Annotated Bibliography<br />Electronic Aids<br />Images too<br />
    • 13. Process<br />Common Vocabulary requires a Model<br />Identify Student (S) and Teacher (T) responsibilities and collaborative responsibilities<br />
    • 14. Task Definition<br />Articulating the Requirements (T)<br />Rubrics (consider student engagement)<br />Standards (NETS)/21st Century Skills<br />Tools to Use to Create AND Get Student Input<br />Wiki Rubistar<br />Google Doc Rubric Banks<br />Defining the Task (S)<br />MindMaps – MyWebspiration, CMAP, Mindomo<br />
    • 15. Search Strategies<br />WolframAlpha (goofram.com)<br />SweetSearch<br />SearchEngines<br />Google Customized Search<br />Databases<br />
    • 16. YoLink – Refined Search<br />
    • 17. Locating Resources<br />Provided Resources (T)<br />Social Bookmarks and RSS<br />Netvibes or Pageflakes or Symbaloo<br />Livebinders<br />Wiki Guides and Pathfinders<br />Student Located Resources(S)<br />Diigo Bookmarks with evaluative description<br />Annotated Bibliography (google docs)<br />
    • 18. LiveBinder<br />
    • 19. WikiGuides/PathFinders<br />
    • 20. Evaluating Resources<br />Diigo<br />YoLink<br />
    • 21. Use and Collection of Info<br />Zoho Notebooks<br />OneNote Notebooks<br />Noodle Tools<br />Xotero<br />Mendeley<br />
    • 22. Synthesis<br />Writing<br />Wiki<br />Google Docs<br />Portfolio<br />Presentation<br />Google Presentation<br />Prezi<br />Digital Artifact<br />
    • 23.
    • 24.
    • 25. Choice Boards<br />
    • 26. Evaluation<br />Self-Evaluation<br />Peer Evaluation (sometimes)<br />Teacher Evaluation<br />Should we include opportunity for revision? <br />YES-<br />Draft – In -Progress<br />
    • 27. Examples<br />Author Project<br />9th grade Imperialism<br />Endangered Elements<br />
    • 28. Great Projects<br />What If…<br />
    • 29. WikiBooks<br />Titles<br />

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