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This slide presentation was put together for the Florida Educational Technology Conference and presented on Friday, January 23rd, 2009. It highlights the reasons for teachers to use project based …

This slide presentation was put together for the Florida Educational Technology Conference and presented on Friday, January 23rd, 2009. It highlights the reasons for teachers to use project based learning for environmental studies and showcases websites and software that enable teachers and students to accomplish a meaningful learning experience.

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  • Welcome and Thanks – presentation like class, audience participation - ask for helpers ( questioners, timer, vocab helper, mouse operator, peppermint tosser) 7 th inning stretch = Google slide Conference Comment Technology Murphy prayer Mark Hussien Imhoof Personal school history Arisa and current students history Encourage and inspire ---- Get Out with your students!
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    • 1. Get Out! An Introduction to Project Based Environmental Studies using Technology
    • 2. WHY?
      • Real World Model
      • Student Centered
      • No Nature Deficit Disorder
    • 3. Why Not!
      • Safety
      • Management
      • Cost
      • Time
    • 4. Ideas
      • Textbook
      • Students
      • Community
      • Websites
    • 5. Steps
      • Develop
      • Time Frame
      • Plan and Build
      • Begin
      • Assess
      • Finish and Reflect
    • 6. Community Involvement
      • Parents
      • Department of Environmental Protection
      • Professional Associations
      • National Science Association
      • Local State, County or City Parks Departments
      • Master Gardeners
      • College Students
    • 7. Take a Dip
    • 8. SCWA
    • 9.  
    • 10. Tom Snyder
    • 11. Mr. Denson Katie
    • 12. Julie
    • 13. Sources and Websites
      • CIESE
      • SCWSA
      • Animoto
      • Kerpoof
      • Edublogs
      • Wikispaces
      • Project Based Learning
    • 14. “ The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.” Mark Van Doren