Challenge Based Learning

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My Challenge Based Learning preso for the 2010 Cahuilla CUE Mini Tech Fair.

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  • -Karen Cater18 ADEs from across the U.S.
    -Initially to compliment 1to1 9th grade program

  • This is not the final result
  • -Karen Cater18 ADEs from across the U.S.
    -Initially to compliment 1to1 9th grade program


  • What’s the difference?
    The Buck Institute has upgraded PBL to include
  • What’s the difference?
    The Buck Institute has upgraded PBL to include
  • -Karen Cator & 18 ADEs from across the U.S.
    -Initially to compliment 1to1 9th grade programs

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • Scalable, flexible..... -Barbosa
    “more like guidelines than actual rules”

  • -This is a familiar concept for planning &
    very similar to the scientific method
    -Challenges developed by community opportunities and contests
  • -Challenges delivered via The Di Wiki & DAE Ning
    -Guiding Questions/Resources developed by teacher, students, pros, and/or ‘clients’

  • -Permission to publish from parents
    -No longer are kids asking for print- its digital!
  • Scalable: applied to many situations
    Creative:
    Flexible: “Building the plane as we fly it”
    Relative: to lives and communities
    Stimulating: to students (and teachers)
  • Scalable: applied to many situations
    Creative:
    Flexible: “Building the plane as we fly it”
    Relative: to lives and communities
    Stimulating: to students (and teachers)
  • Scalable: applied to many situations
    Creative:
    Flexible: “Building the plane as we fly it”
    Relative: to lives and communities
    Stimulating: to students (and teachers)
  • Scalable: applied to many situations
    Creative:
    Flexible: “Building the plane as we fly it”
    Relative: to lives and communities
    Stimulating: to students (and teachers)
  • Scalable: applied to many situations
    Creative:
    Flexible: “Building the plane as we fly it”
    Relative: to lives and communities
    Stimulating: to students (and teachers)
  • Peep a few examples
    -ETaL
    -DigiCom

  • JUMP to the Google doc!
  • Challenge Based Learning

    1. 1. Challenge Based Learning Matt Cauthron  Distinguished Educator mcauthron@psusd.us http://data-di.blogspot.com/
    2. 2. Resources http://www.delicious.com/ mcauthron/CBL
    3. 3. http://ali.apple.com/cbl/
    4. 4. What is CBL? ACOT2 | 6 Design Principles for a 21st Century HS
    5. 5. Why? Consuming Producing Authority Transparency Teacher experts Teacher facilitators Access information Access to people Passive learners Passionate learners Presentation Participation Formal schooling Lifelong learning because ‘shift’ has happened
    6. 6. Why? Consuming Producing Authority Transparency Teacher experts Teacher facilitators Access information Access to people Passive learners Passionate learners Presentation Participation Formal schooling Lifelong learning because ‘shift’ has happened
    7. 7. PBL vs. CBL
    8. 8. PBL vs. CBL Interdisciplinary Interdisciplinary Collaborative Collaborative
    9. 9. PBL vs. CBL Interdisciplinary Interdisciplinary Collaborative Collaborative Expected outcomes Student designed Problem orientated Authentic Real-world Teacher directed Student driven Limited tech access 24-7 access Somewhat scripted Open Ended Concept-orientated Action-oriented Not easily scalable Easily scalable Shared locally Published globally
    10. 10. CBL Framework
    11. 11. CBL Framework Big Idea
    12. 12. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question
    13. 13. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge
    14. 14. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Questions
    15. 15. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Guiding Questions Activities
    16. 16. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Guiding Guiding Questions Activities Resources
    17. 17. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Guiding Guiding Questions Activities Resources Solution / Action
    18. 18. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Guiding Guiding Questions Activities Resources Solution / Action Assessment
    19. 19. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Guiding Guiding Questions Activities Resources Solution / Action Assessment Publishing- Student examples
    20. 20. CBL Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Guiding Guiding Questions Activities Resources Solution / Action Assessment Publishing- Student examples Publishing- Student reflections
    21. 21. CBL Framework Big Idea a broad concept that can be explored in multiple ways - Creativity, Identity, Communication, Community, Sustainability - Essential Question a wide variety of essential questions that should reflect the interests of the students and the needs of their community The Challenge asks students to create a specific answer or solution
    22. 22. knowledge students need to discover to successfully meet the challenge Guiding Guiding Guiding Questions Activities Resources activities use a variety of resources to help students answer the guiding questions and set the foundation for them to develop innovative, insightful, and realistic solutions
    23. 23. solutions should be thoughtful, concrete, actionable, clearly articulated, presented and, or published through media co-designed to gauge the success of the solution Solution / Action Assessment
    24. 24. authentic publishing shared by using wide & varied media channels which harness Web 2.0 encourages the student voice & speaks to the process as well as the product Publishing- Student examples Publishing- Student reflections
    25. 25. Key Points
    26. 26. Key Points Scalable
    27. 27. Key Points Scalable Creative
    28. 28. Key Points Scalable Creative Flexible
    29. 29. Key Points Scalable Creative Flexible Relative
    30. 30. Key Points Scalable Creative Flexible Relative Stimulating
    31. 31. Visit the Di Challenges
    32. 32. Lets try it! https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1ihQDfFpg- X7lU5jWtXl1ei2G1_vC757mLhGOTHYOJNQ&hl=en

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