PBL for 4-8 by Gail Lovely

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  • 1. Project-BasedLearning for the21st CenturyGail LovelyGail@GailLovely.com
  • 2. • Learn how to use project-based learning to help your students develop essential 21st century skills, including communication, time management, self-assessment, and leadership. In this interactive, hands-on session, Gail introduces project-based ideas in which your role is that of coach, facilitator, and co-learner. You’ll leave with Gail@GailLovely.com numerous concrete ideas for implementing project- based learning in your classroom.
  • 3. Think back…Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 4. Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 5. What IS PBL?“a dynamic approach to teaching in which studentsexplore real-world problems andchallenges, simultaneously developing cross-curriculum skills while working in small collaborativegroups.” Gail@GailLovely.com definition of Project-Based Learning (from Edutopia)
  • 6. It’s messy! Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 7. 21st Century SkillsGail@GailLovely.com
  • 8. Core SubjectsGail@GailLovely.com
  • 9. The Core Subjects & 21stCentury Themes• The “Traditional” 3 R’s • Global Awareness • Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy • Civic Literacy • Health Literacy Gail@GailLovely.com • Environmental Literacy
  • 10. Learning& Innovation Skills Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 11. Learning & Innovation Skills • Critical Thinking • Communication • Collaboration • Creativity Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 12. Information, Media, & Technology Skills Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 13. Information, Media, & Technology Skills• Functional skills• Critical thinking skills • (Related to information, media and technology) Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 14. Life and Career Skills Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 15. Life and Career Skills• NOT job training• Skills for learning, relearning, independence and problem solving Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 16. Support Systems Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 17. Project-Based Learning Process• http://pbl-online.org/pathway2.html Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 18. Project-Based Learning Process (simplified)Simplified Process Description:1. Determine topic(question, problem, or curriculum focus)2. Decide who will participate3. Decide when you will do the project4. Determine tools for the project & publishing the results5. Find or decide where to find resources Gail@GailLovely.com6. Determine how success will be measured7. START!
  • 19. Management Hints and Myths http://www.edutopia.org/bl og/20-tips-pbl-project- based-learning-educators- andrew-miller http://www.edutopia.org/bl Gail@GailLovely.com og/debunking-five-pbl- myths-john-larmer
  • 20. Gail@GailLovely.comLowered “risks”READY-MADE PROJECTS
  • 21. Projects by Jenhttp://www.projectsbyjen.com/calendar.htm Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 22. Iditarod – Electronic Project• http://surfaquarium.com/eIditarod/index.htm Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 23. Global Schoolnethttp://www.globalschoolnet.org/gsh/pr/index.cfm Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 24. Ciese (science and engineering)• http://www.ciese.org/currichome.html Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 25. iEarnhttp://media.iearn.org/projects Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 26. The Global Classroom Project http://theglobalclassroomproject.wordpress.com/ Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 27. ePals Projectshttp://www.epals.com/projects/info.aspx?DivID=index Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 28. Project Search• http://www.bie.org/project_search Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 29. Intel Ideas• http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/education/ k12/project-design/unit-plans/grade-index.html Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 30. HTH Ideas/Examples• http://www.hightechhigh.org/pbl/index.html Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 31. Examples (ideas)• http://www.wested.org/pblnet/ep_welcome.html• http://www.bie.org/• http://kidseducationalwebsites.blogspot.com/2011/ 01/pbl-examples-of-math-project-ideas.html• http://iuedmoodle.educ.indiana.edu/moodle/ Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 32. Teachers Looking for CollaboratorsAlso on Twitter, Facebook, SIG, or Curriculum Specificgroups… Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 33. TOOLS FOR PBL Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 34. Checklistshttp://pblchecklist.4teachers.org/index.shtml Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 35. Checklists and MOREhttp://www.bie.org/tools/freebies Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 36. Tools and Resources• http://wvde.state.wv.us/teach21/pbl.html Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 37. Rubric Maker: Rubistarhttp://rubistar.4teachers.org/ Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 38. Shared Documents• https://docs.google.com• http://titanpad.com• http://stixy.com Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 39. Wikis and Websiteshttp://wikispaces.comhttp://Yola.com Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 40. Timers and Calendarsetc…• Apps – Timr, Toddler Timer• Calendars • Printable – • Use your Office tool templates Gail@GailLovely.com• Posters • Use Office • Use paper and paint?• Group Pickers etc…
  • 41. OUR PROJECT! Gail@GailLovely.com http://thedivineedge.wordpress.com/2013/01/0 9/random-acts-of-kindness/
  • 42. Random Acts of KindnessWeek• February 11-151. What acts of kindness might we be able to do?2. Related activities which are curriculum-rich. Gail@GailLovely.com3. Make a plan… how will you and your students know they were successful?
  • 43. Some related resources• http://www.randomactsofkindness.org/• http://www.366randomacts.org/• http://learningtogive.org/• http://upperstclair.patch.com/articles/students- pledge-to-perform-random-acts-of-kindness• http://www.bucketfillers101.com/index.php Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 44. Leaders in PBLGail@GailLovely.com
  • 45. PBL Go-To Leaders Onlinehttp://www.edutopia.org/project-based-learninghttp://pbl-online.org/PBL Specific Toolshttp://www.bie.org/ Gail@GailLovely.comhttp://www.edutopia.org/blog/project-based-learning-elementary-classroom-john-larmer
  • 46. Blogs by PBL Expertshttp://biepbl.blogspot.com/http://educationaltechnologyguy.blogspot.com/search/label/PBLhttp://www.edutopia.org/going-global-rural-washington-students-connect-with-world Gail@GailLovely.comhttp://www.edutopia.org/blog/real-world-projects-news-events-suzie-boss
  • 47. Research and Exampleshttp://www.edutopia.org/project-based-learning-student-motivationhttp://www.wested.org/pblnet/exemplary_projects.html Gail@GailLovely.comhttp://edupln.ning.com/group/pblhttp://www.classroom20.com/
  • 48. Comes down to this…OWNERSHIP is key.Although you give the assignment, the students are incharge the rest of the way. • Technique • Structure Gail@GailLovely.com • Audience • Tools • Media
  • 49. Comes down to this…CREATIVITY is the another major part of the PBL and isclosely linked with OWNERSHIP.Allowing the students to create gives them a biggersense of OWNERSHIP. Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 50. Comes down to this…Another part of the PBL is the COLLABORATION.Students working with each other trying to decide thebest plan of attack, the best next step, the best wayto share with their audience. They OWN the processand product as a group. Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 51. Comes down to this…Depending on how you set up your project, CRITICALTHINKING, should also be an important part of PBL.PBL is a great way to get kids thinking critically aboutpurpose, problems, audience and process as well ascontent. Gail@GailLovely.com
  • 52. Comes down to this…REFLECTION, is absolutely critical and should happenon an ongoing basis. Without REFLECTION much ofwhat is learned is lost. Part of the COLLABORATION isabout opportunities for REFLECTION.John Dewey said “ We don’t learn from Gail@GailLovely.comexperience, we learn from reflecting on experience.”
  • 53. Comes down to this…Project Based Learning has to be FUN! It seemsobvious, but I have seen many projects that are verytedious. They have kids go through the motions andleave very little room for FUN or CREATIVITY. The FUNcomes from the freedom students feel. Working withtheir friends (COLLABORATION), taking charge of theirlearning (OWNERSHIP), solving real problems (CRITICAL Gail@GailLovely.comTHINKING) and allowing students to create(CREATIVITY) all lead to the students learning in a FUNenvironment.
  • 54. What will you do next? It is ALL up to YOU! Gail@GailLovely.comGail@GailLovely.com