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  • 1. ~Camelot ~ Project Based Learning March 6, 2009
  • 2. Agenda
    • 1. Introductions
    • 2. Warm up activity
    • Discuss opportunity, assumptions, phases of work – seek agreement
    • 4. Establish operational definition of PBL
    • 5. Guiding principles of PBL
    • 6. Spin out project ideas
    • 7. Reveal our wealth through Asset Mapping
    • Next steps
  • 3. Effective Projects
    • Probe matters of importance
    • Mirror authentic work of professional disciplines
    • Are designed for “optimal ambiguity” allowing students multiple points of entry, directions for learning, and outcomes
    • Develop knowledge , skills and dispositions
    • May go beyond understanding and studying to some kind of action or resolve
    • Are right-sized
    • Spin off in unanticipated ways
  • 4. Guess?
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  • 8. Knowledge Revision by A. Churches , Tech Learning April 1, 2008 Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy
  • 9. New Skill Set
    • 1. Creativity and Innovation
    • Communication and Collaboration
    • Research and Information Fluency
    • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision-making
    • Digital Citizenship
    • Technology Operations and Concepts
            • ISTE NETS*S
  • 10. Dispositions
    • Traits, attitudes, habits, and feelings: confidence, curiosity, resourcefulness, cooperation, motivation, persistence, courage, pride, togetherness
    • Acquired through experiences, fostered in projects
    • More greatly advanced when discussed directly
    • To help students:
      • begin to recognize how they learn
      • reflect on processes
      • become more sophisticated learners
  • 11. End Agenda, Notes on Wiki http://campelot.pbwiki.com