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    • How to Become Project Based Learning and One-to-One Computing Proficient Jessica Brecheisen Graduate School of Education, Touro University – California Field Project and Data Conclusions Introduction Literature Review on PBL and One- This project provided a digital guide to help other teachers in the How many hours of professional process of PBL and on- to-one computer integration. This to-One Computing What is your current level of development have you had in PBL? project, especially the first survey, revealed that development may varyI. Background and Need knowledge about Project Based from teacher to teacher. Although a useful website or collection of the A. New 21st Century Skills emerging I. Literature Review Overview process of becoming PBL proficient was created, this was a starting point Learning? B. PBL model emerging A. First focused on the history of PBL and one to one computing. but not a solution for every problem that a teacher encounters when John Dewey-Constructivism 5 14% Buck Institute # of Teachers 5 None beginning the PBL and one-to-one computing journey. The researcher New Technology Models Marzano-essential standards and PBL 14% hypothesized that they would encounter teachers that were afraid of the B. One To One Computing- Constructivism 1-5 Hours 57% change to PBL learning. This was true as the study revealed that some C. Previous Research 1 15% 6-10 Hours teachers were fearful and the workshops together did settle some of their Donovan and Green conducted a study on teachers fears in 0 1 fears. PBL proficiency may look different for everyone; specifically among regard to PBL and 1:1 computing 0 0 More than 10 Hours different content areas. D. Times are Changing but teachers aren’t necessarily ready As for world languages it became evident that becoming PBL and only 2 new teachers out of 116 one-to-one computing proficient will take different amounts of time. First B. Then it focused on struggles that teachers encounter during the teachers need to explore PBL and technology together duringII. Statement of The Problem journey. What is your plan for implementing PBL collaboration time together. Second of all, teachers will brainstorm small 1. Donovan and Green- Teacher fears and concerns. Also, this year or in the future? projects on their own. Lastly, whole departments will work togetherTimes are changing in the 21st Century and Students need to learn to collaborate, how technology is set up really matters. Specifically the combination collaboratively to create larger projecs. Overall the process of becoming of using PBL , one to one computing an good classroom Current Level of Knowledge or PBLthink critically, communicate well with others and be creative to meet the new 6 PBL and one-to-one computing proficient will take time and will vary fromdemands in the workforce. The answer: PBL and one to one computing allow management skills= success. teacher to teacher. 5teachers and students to meet these 21st Century goals. Where do you feel you are in regard to # of Teachers integrating 1:1 computing or technology 4However, something is preventing teachers from beginning the process ofbecoming PBL and 1:1 computing proficient. Therefore there is a need to document into your classroom? 3 2 3 Literature cited in this poster ACOT: Changing the conversation about teaching, learning, and technology: A report on 10 Stages of Integrating Techologythe process of becoming PBL and 1:1 computing proficient so that the mystery is Stage 4: Appropriation- You 2 1 years of ACOT research (Rep. No. 1). (1995).unraveled and teachers know what to expect in regard to PBL and 1:1 computing. have created multiples files… ACOT 2 : Apple classrooms of tomorrow-today: Learning in the 21st century background 1 1 information (Rep. No. 2). (2008). Retrieved from Apple Inc. website: Stage 3: Adaption- you have 1 http://ali.apple.com/acot2/.III. Objectives Purpose of the Study 2. ACOT and ACOT2- stages of technology integration. 1 Donovan, L., & Green, T. (2010). One-to-one computing in teacher education: Faculty concerns tried it in a few classroom… 0 and implication for teacher educators. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education,Design a wiki/website that documents the process of becoming PBL and one to Entry Learn the basics of using the new technology. Only if I have to 26(4), (140-148). Adoption Use new technology to support traditional instruction. Stage 2 : Adoption- you are Donovan, L., Green, T., & Hartley, K. (2010). An examination of one-to-one computing in theone computing proficient. 3 Adaptation Integrate new technology into traditional classroom practice. ready to take control and try… I will include direct teaching but will ocassionally include student I will have a few projects with essential elemnets of PBL middle school: Does increased access bring about increased student engagement?Survey teachers to find what they are interested in and what their concerns or fears How teachers planprojects I will only teach untis using PBL group work and to implement PBL Journal Educational Computing Research, 42(4), (423-441).might be in regard to beginning the PBL and one to one computing journey. Here, they often focus on increased student productivity and engagement Stage 1: Entry- Only if I have Engel, G., & Green, T. (2011, March/April). Cell phones in the classroom: Are we dialing up 2 disaster? TechTrends, 55(2), (39-45). by using word processors, spreadsheets ,and graphics tools. to will I use it and you are… Ertmer, P. A. (1999). Addressing first- and second-order barriers to change: Strategies for Appropriation Focus on cooperative, project-based, and interdisciplinary technology integration. Educational Technology, Research and Development, 47(4), (47- 0 61). work—incorporating the technology as needed and as one of many tools. 2 Ertmer, P. A., Glazewski, K. D., Jones, D., Ottenbreit-Leftwich, A., Goktas, Y., Collins, K., & Invention Discover new uses for technology tools, for example, 4 6 After exploring a Web 2.0 Kocaman, A. (2009). Facilitating technology-enhanced problem-based learning(PBL) in the middle school classroom: An examination of how and why teachers adapt. Journal ofIV. Research Method developing spreadsheet macros for teaching algebra or designing projects # of Teachers website today, would you use the Interactive Learning and Research, 20(1), (35-54).1.Approach – qualitative: follow the researcher’s process of becoming PBL and that combine multiple technologies one you explored in your Ertmer, P. A., & Ottenbreit-Leftwich, A. T. (2010). Teacher, technology change: How knowledge, confidence, beliefs and culture Intersect. Journal of Research on Technology in1:1 computing proficient. Presented in the form of a wiki guidebook. C. Ways to avoid barriers and implement PBL and one to one classroom? Education, 42(3), (255-284). What would you find to be most helpful to T2. Sampling strategy- quantitative: surveys using survey monkey or Google docs. computing successfully. Ertmer, P. A., & Simons, K. D. (2006, Spring). Jumping the PBL implementation you on a website designed to support your e 6 hurdle: Supporting the efforts of k-12 teachers. The InterdisciplinarySurvey of 7 teachers ( the whole world language department.) To focus the study 1. Jason Ravitz- Online guide to PBL and thee buck institute 2. Peggy Ertmer- 1st and 2nd order barriers to one to one PBL and one-to- one computing journey? Journal of Problem-based Learning, 1(1).on relevant concerns or question in regard to PBL or 1:1 computing. 6 6 # a 4 Marzano, R. J. (2003). What works in schools: Translating research into action. Alexandria, computing “ block busting strategies”. 8 6 6 6 7 7 Viriginia USA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.3. Timeframe-1st half of the school year, 3 workshops with teachers; introduction to 6 c # of Teachers i. Hurdles to implementing PBL 4 3 2 Ravitz, J., Mergendoller, J.,& Beryl Buck Inst. for Education, N.A. ( 2002). Teaching withPBL, exploration and feedback of the website, a day exploring Web 2.0 websites to 2 o h Technology: A Statewide Professional Development Program. Evaluation Report. ii. Case study of five teachers using PBL 0 Retrieved from EBSCOhost.use with students. f e 0 Ravitz, J., Mergendoller, J., Markham, T., Thorsen, C., Rice, K., Snelson, C., & ... Beryl Buck Inst. for Education, N. A. (2004). Online Professional Development for r Yes Project Based Learning: Pathways to Systematic Improvement. Beryl BuckTriangulation s No Institute for Education. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. - Build off landmark studies Ravitz, J. (2010). Beyond changing culture in small high schools: Reform models and changing - Use survey data to focus study, All the ways that you are instruction with project-based learning. Peabody Journal of Education, 85, (290-312). Schmoker, M., & Marzano, R. J. (1999). Realizing the Promise of Standards-Based Education. What teachers would like to see included in the currently using technology in Educational Leadership, 56(6), 17. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. website… Schuck, S., Aubusson, P., & Kearney, M. (2010). Web 2.0 in the classroom? Dilemmas andEthical Issues your classroom? opportunities inherent in adolescent web 2.0 engagement. Contemporary Issues in D. Implications- This study will not only help teachers at the Technology and Teacher Education, 10(2), (234-246). 1. Privacy- of teachers. Other 3 researchers site but help teachers all over the nation and world Ways teachers are using technology 2. Confidentiality- of participant teachers within the department using survey trying to implement PBL and one to one computing in their own LadyBug/ Elmo… 7 monkey or Google docs classrooms. Smartboard-… 2 Acknowledgments You tube I would like to thank the world language department for participating in the 7Limitations workshops and giving their input. Pamela Redmond and Susan Craig for all their II. Gaps: 1.Ravitz- created an online website/guidebook with advice Social media-… 3 support during the writing process of this paper. As well as my Napa cohort members1. Time- study will not be longitudinal. for PBL and 1:1 computing but suggested content specific Have a website… 1 for support and ideas. I would also like to thank Napa Learns for supporting my2. Sample Size- only the world language department of examples EDMODO- To… 2 research.7 people, however reflective of the whole school 2. Ertmer- More studies need to be done in regard to Power… 63. Self Reported Data teachers in the beginning stages of the process. LCD Projector 7 3. ACOT2- more testimonies and content DVD/ VHS 7 specific examples of the process of 1:1 computing. Take attendance 7 For further information To check email Please contact jessica.bloom@.edu. More information on this and related projects 7 can be obtained at http://jbrecheisen.pbworks.com/w/page/46264918/FrontPage III. Importance and Justifications: There is not enough studies done on the early process of becoming PBL and one to one computing proficient, or in 0 2 4 6 8 specific content areas. # of Teachers