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  • Interactive nature of session
    Ask questions throughout or at end
  • O’Neill, NE
    Elem teacher turned integration spec. for 1:1
    Teacher point of view ~ ADE, not employee
    PD, grad courses, elementary integration, etc.
    Should meet the needs of K-20
    Places you’ll find me to carry on conversation after today



  • ACOT - 1985 - longitudinal study that asked what would happen when students had access to a computer at school and at home.

    Overwhelmingly positive results, however, the missing link was the connectivity-- the network-- to making learning 24/7.

  • TODAY
    What do schools need to make 21st century learning happen right now?


















  • Phase 3 - “For Example” curriculum project -
    ACOT2 Curriculum Development Team - our challenge was to simplify that curriculum design element, make it relevant, create a model that teachers could easily implement.









  • PBL statements are generalizations, and that some PBL projects may have pieces more similar to CBL than indicated by the chart.









































  • Quotes from Kids
    I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us. I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us.
    It is a better way of learning when the teachers are learning with you. Learning is achieved faster and stored in our minds easier when everyone is learning together.
    Yes, some people in my class that usually aren't participating in class were really giving their best efforts and contributing to the group.
    I learned that there are more things to just knowing, you have to do something about it not just learn about it and let it go to waste.
    Doing challenge- based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.

  • Quotes from Kids
    I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us. I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us.
    It is a better way of learning when the teachers are learning with you. Learning is achieved faster and stored in our minds easier when everyone is learning together.
    Yes, some people in my class that usually aren't participating in class were really giving their best efforts and contributing to the group.
    I learned that there are more things to just knowing, you have to do something about it not just learn about it and let it go to waste.
    Doing challenge- based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.

  • Quotes from Kids
    I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us. I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us.
    It is a better way of learning when the teachers are learning with you. Learning is achieved faster and stored in our minds easier when everyone is learning together.
    Yes, some people in my class that usually aren't participating in class were really giving their best efforts and contributing to the group.
    I learned that there are more things to just knowing, you have to do something about it not just learn about it and let it go to waste.
    Doing challenge- based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.

  • Quotes from Kids
    I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us. I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us.
    It is a better way of learning when the teachers are learning with you. Learning is achieved faster and stored in our minds easier when everyone is learning together.
    Yes, some people in my class that usually aren't participating in class were really giving their best efforts and contributing to the group.
    I learned that there are more things to just knowing, you have to do something about it not just learn about it and let it go to waste.
    Doing challenge- based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.

  • Quotes from Kids
    I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us. I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us.
    It is a better way of learning when the teachers are learning with you. Learning is achieved faster and stored in our minds easier when everyone is learning together.
    Yes, some people in my class that usually aren't participating in class were really giving their best efforts and contributing to the group.
    I learned that there are more things to just knowing, you have to do something about it not just learn about it and let it go to waste.
    Doing challenge- based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.

  • Quotes from Kids
    I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us. I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us.
    It is a better way of learning when the teachers are learning with you. Learning is achieved faster and stored in our minds easier when everyone is learning together.
    Yes, some people in my class that usually aren't participating in class were really giving their best efforts and contributing to the group.
    I learned that there are more things to just knowing, you have to do something about it not just learn about it and let it go to waste.
    Doing challenge- based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.

  • Quotes from Kids
    I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us. I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us.
    It is a better way of learning when the teachers are learning with you. Learning is achieved faster and stored in our minds easier when everyone is learning together.
    Yes, some people in my class that usually aren't participating in class were really giving their best efforts and contributing to the group.
    I learned that there are more things to just knowing, you have to do something about it not just learn about it and let it go to waste.
    Doing challenge- based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.

  • Quotes from Kids
    I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us. I think it has helped bring us together more as a grade, school, and a community. This project will do, and has done, great things for us.
    It is a better way of learning when the teachers are learning with you. Learning is achieved faster and stored in our minds easier when everyone is learning together.
    Yes, some people in my class that usually aren't participating in class were really giving their best efforts and contributing to the group.
    I learned that there are more things to just knowing, you have to do something about it not just learn about it and let it go to waste.
    Doing challenge- based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.









  • AP Government class taught by ADE Larry Baker from Michigan
  • Elementary P.E. Example from Kevin Morrow www.coachmorrow.com
    Guiding activities = Pedometers and Nike+ iPods and Google Maps
    Student Solutions = Video podcast of exercises and fitness facts, Before-school exercise club for kids, Skit for an all-school assembly on being fit

  • ADE Julene Reed from Tennessee example on Apple Learning Interchange
  • ADE Carol Anne McGuire from California
  • Ray Zahab - Canadian ultra-marathon runner and founder of impossible2possible.com


  • Duration
    Week long
    24 hr, Digital Media Challenges
    One class period- students motivated by time challenge
    Year-long: capitalize on outside of class time - checkpoints for processing, reflecting, digger deeper: Gary’s Social Studies;
    Tammy’s Health Care Challenge


  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • Age/Grade Levels
    Elementary (Digital Divas)
    PLV Academies ~ AP Courses
    PD - Staff workshops, retreats, etc.
    Hi-Ed (Full Sail Action Research)
  • CBL as a philosophy rather than a recipe
    How I present content to my students:
    Digital Arts Challenges
    Dream Act ~
    Redesign our School Lounge
    Math: When am I going to need to know this?
    History: Outcomes- What are the most important themes to learn?













  • Call to Action: Challenge Based Learning in Action

    1. 1. Education Leadership  Summit Call to Action: Challenge Based Learning in Action Katie Morrow O’Neill Public Schools
    2. 2. KATIE MORROW www.mrsmorrow.com O’Neill Public Schools Technology Integration Specialist
    3. 3. Getting to Know You...
    4. 4. Foundation
    5. 5. Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow 1985–1997 What happens to students and teachers when they have access to technology whenever they need it?
    6. 6. Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow - ACOT2
    7. 7. Students 6 Design Principles of 21st Century Sch
    8. 8. 21st Students 6 Design Principles of 21st Century Sch
    9. 9. 21st Relevant and Students 6 Design Principles of 21st Century Sch
    10. 10. 21st Relevant and Students Informativ 6 Design Principles of 21st Century Sch
    11. 11. 21st Relevant and Students Informativ Culture of Creativity 6 Design Principles of 21st Century Sch
    12. 12. 21st Relevant and Students Social & Informativ Emotional Culture of Creativity 6 Design Principles of 21st Century Sch
    13. 13. 21st 24/7 Relevant Access to and Students Social & Informativ Emotional Culture of Creativity 6 Design Principles of 21st Century Sch
    14. 14. Essential Elements
    15. 15. Essential Elements
    16. 16. Essential Elements • Real-world topic (relevance)
    17. 17. Essential Elements • Real-world topic (relevance) • Actionable Challenges
    18. 18. Essential Elements • Real-world topic (relevance) • Actionable Challenges • Students collaborating on teams
    19. 19. Essential Elements • Real-world topic (relevance) • Actionable Challenges • Students collaborating on teams • Students asking good questions
    20. 20. Essential Elements • Real-world topic (relevance) • Actionable Challenges • Students collaborating on teams • Students asking good questions • Teachers as Co-Collaborator
    21. 21. Essential Elements • Real-world topic (relevance) • Actionable Challenges • Students collaborating on teams • Students asking good questions • Teachers as Co-Collaborator • Leverage existing technologies
    22. 22. Project Based Learning Challenge Based Learning Interdisciplinary Interdisciplinary Collaborative Collaborative Learning Focused Learning Focused on Student–Designed on Expected Outcomes Questions and Solutions Problem Oriented Authentic, Real–World Problems Sometimes Simulated Teacher Directed Student Directed Teacher as Co–Collaborator Limited Access to Information 24/7 Access to Tools, Experts, and with Technology Resources with Technology Activities and Solutions Creative and Open–Ended may be Somewhat Scripted Activities and Solutions Concept–Oriented Action–Oriented Not Easily Scalable Easily Scalable Solution Shared Locally Solution Published Online (Global Access) and Put Into Action
    23. 23. Framework
    24. 24. Challenge Based Learning - Framework
    25. 25. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea
    26. 26. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question
    27. 27. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge
    28. 28. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Questions
    29. 29. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Questions Guiding Activities
    30. 30. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Resources Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Web and iTunes U
    31. 31. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Resources Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Web and iTunes U Solution - Action
    32. 32. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Resources Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Web and iTunes U Solution - Action Assessment
    33. 33. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Resources Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Web and iTunes U Solution - Action Assessment Publishing - Student Samples
    34. 34. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question The Challenge Guiding Resources Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Web and iTunes U Solution - Action Assessment Publishing - Student Samples Publishing - Student Reflection
    35. 35. CBL In Action
    36. 36. Challenge Based Learning - Framework
    37. 37. Challenge Based Learning - Framework
    38. 38. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Essential Question: What is apathy and how does it affect our school
    39. 39. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Essential Question: What is apathy and how does it affect our school
    40. 40. Areas where students saw apathy •Apathy towards learning •Apathy for the environment •Apathy towards cyberbullying •Lack of care for laptops •Apathy towards school spirit •Apathy in community involvement •Lack of self-confidence http://oneillcbl.ning.com
    41. 41. Areas where students saw apathy •Apathy towards learning •Apathy for the environment •Apathy towards cyberbullying •Apathy towards animal neglect •Lack of care for laptops •Apathy towards school spirit •Apathy in community involvement •Lack of self-confidence http://oneillcbl.ning.com
    42. 42. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question: What is apathy Question does it affect our school Essential and how The Challenge
    43. 43. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question: What is apathy Question does it affect our school Essential and how The Challenge Guiding Questions Examples * What is apathy? * How do people become apathetic? * Does our school really have an apathy problem? * What is the level of apathy in our school? * In what areas do we see apathy around us?
    44. 44. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question: What is apathy Question does it affect our school Essential and how The Challenge Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Examples Examples * What is apathy? •Brainstorm symptoms of apathy of in school * How do people become apathetic? (school spirit, grades, lack of involvement) * Does our school really have an apathy •Surveys, interviews, talking to other schools problem? •Scientific method with codename "MythBusting" * What is the level of apathy in our to design solution school? •Analyze places with obvious lack of apathy for what makes them successful, what makes people * In what areas do we see apathy around care about it. us? •Reach out to kids where they care - social networking tools •Bring in a youth activities coordinator, guidance counselor, community planner, etc. to speak with and answer questions about involvement.
    45. 45. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question: What is apathy Question does it affect our school Essential and how The Challenge Guiding Resources Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Web and iTunes U Examples Examples * What is apathy? •Brainstorm symptoms of apathy of in school Examples * How do people become apathetic? (school spirit, grades, lack of involvement) •Data Collection websites * Does our school really have an apathy •Surveys, interviews, talking to other schools •Human Resources problem? •Scientific method with codename "MythBusting" •Mythbusters videos * What is the level of apathy in our to design solution •Election 2008 resources school? •Analyze places with obvious lack of apathy for •School Spirit article what makes them successful, what makes people •Additional Example websites listed on CBL site: * In what areas do we see apathy around care about it. •http://newali.apple.com/cbl/challenges/identity/a us? •Reach out to kids where they care - social networking tools •Bring in a youth activities coordinator, guidance counselor, community planner, etc. to speak with and answer questions about involvement.
    46. 46. Collaborative Spaces • Ning: http://oneillcbl.ning.com • Google Sites: http://sites.google.com/site/oneillcbl • Podcast Producer: http://ops.esu8.org/groups/ teach42morrow/weblog/ • Google Apps for Ed: http://igoogle.oneillschools.org Data Collection • SurveyMonkey • Facebook • Interviews • Angel announcements • Posters
    47. 47. Additional Web 2.0 Tools •Ning.com •Google docs/ Google sites •Facebook •Survey Monkey •Flickr •mywebspiration.com •Cell phones!
    48. 48. Assessment • Self and Peer Assessment • Brainstormed criteria • Google form - collected into Google spreadsheet - averaged scores. Student Journals • Google doc • Student ID # • Pre, Week 1,2,3, and Post
    49. 49. Challenge Based Learning - Framework Big Idea Essential Question: What is apathy Question does it affect our school Essential and how The Challenge Guiding Resources Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Web and iTunes U Solution - Action Assessment Publishing - Student Samples Publishing - Student Reflection
    50. 50. “Solutions Sharing” Film Festival http://web.me.com/mrsmorrow/BioShelf/CBL-Apathy-OHS.html
    51. 51. Student Solutions • http://tinyurl.com/elscbl • Or on iPod touch - – Safari – Bookmarks – Challenge Based Learning • Examples of Solution videos on iPods
    52. 52. Positive Effects
    53. 53. Positive Effects
    54. 54. Positive Effects • Attendance
    55. 55. Positive Effects • Attendance • Engagement - (especially with traditionally less successful students)
    56. 56. Positive Effects • Attendance • Engagement - (especially with traditionally less successful students) • Empowerment - Giving students a voice
    57. 57. Positive Effects • Attendance • Engagement - (especially with traditionally less successful students) • Empowerment - Giving students a voice • Communication and Collaboration skills
    58. 58. Positive Effects • Attendance • Engagement - (especially with traditionally less successful students) • Empowerment - Giving students a voice • Communication and Collaboration skills • Community Connections
    59. 59. Reflections • http://tinyurl.com/elscbl • or on iPod touch – Videos – CBL Reflections • Examples of reflection videos on iPods
    60. 60. Challenges
    61. 61. Challenges 31
    62. 62. Challenges • Reduce Your School’s Paper Waste 31
    63. 63. Challenges • Reduce Your School’s Paper Waste • Increase recycling in your community 31
    64. 64. Challenges • Reduce Your School’s Paper Waste • Increase recycling in your community • Improve the online behaviors of 31
    65. 65. Challenges • Reduce Your School’s Paper • Make your town more energy Waste efficient • Increase recycling in your community • Improve the online behaviors of 31
    66. 66. Challenges • Reduce Your School’s Paper • Make your town more energy Waste efficient • Increase recycling in your • Tell the story of War community • Improve the online behaviors of 31
    67. 67. Challenges • Reduce Your School’s Paper • Make your town more energy Waste efficient • Increase recycling in your • Tell the story of War community • Cultural Shift: Disprove a • Improve the online behaviors of misconception about your 31
    68. 68. Democracy Create an authentic medium for strengthening Student Created Challenge Solution: Gov Love Ning Student Created Challenge Solution: Operation iVote Demo Student Created Challenge Solution: The Ideal Voter Site Student Created Challenge Solution: The Democracy of Tomorrow Site Student Created Challenge Solution: What Up, Gov! Facebook Group
    69. 69. Fitness • Big Idea: Fitness • Essential Question: How can kids lead a healthier lifestyle and be more physically fit? • Challenge: Change the fitness behaviors of youth to help them be more physically fit.
    70. 70. Collaborative CBL
    71. 71. Apple Learning Interchange - Polar Bears in a Changing Climate http://edcommunity.apple.com/ali/story.php?itemID=19605&ve... Polar Bears in a Changing Climate Home Polar Bears in a Changing Climate Member Directory Group Directory Home > Apple Distinguished Educators Showcase Climate Change Lessons from the Arctic 1.Raise awareness about the effects Polar Bears, Climate Change, and Challenge Based Learning of climate change on polar bear habitat (and the polar bears). 2.Reduce your carbon footprint Big Idea - "The Changing Climate" either at home, at school, or in your community. In Challenge Based Learning, the "Big Idea" is a broad concept that can be explored in multiple ways, is engaging, and has importance to students and the larger society. In this unit of study, the "Big Idea" is "The Changing Climate." 3.Find a disappearing habitat in Essential Questions The "Big Idea" allows for the generation of a wide variety of essential questions that should reflect the interests of the students and the needs of their community. Essential questions identify what is important to know about the your community and work to big idea and refine and contextualize that idea. Below are two such possible essential questions relevant to "The Changing Climate," the "Big Idea" above. Alternative or additional essential questions can be formulated to meet one's curricular goals. protect it. "How does climate change impact animal habitats and people?" "How do our actions impact the world?" The Challenge - Three Exemplary Models From each essential question, a "Challenge" is articulated that asks students to create a specific answer or solution that can result in concrete, meaningful action. Taking action as part of the process and solution is an important aspect of Challenge Based Learning. While a variety of challenges can be developed that are unique to different learning environments, curricular goals, student interests, and community needs, three exemplary models are presented in relation to the "Big Idea" and 1 of 2 4/6/10 10:25 AM
    72. 72. Rock Our World http:// rockourworld.org
    73. 73. Impossible2Possible
    74. 74. Additional CBL examples • http://tinyurl.com/elscbl • Or on iPod touch - – Safari – Bookmarks – Challenge Based Learning • Examples of additional CBL Challenges to explore
    75. 75. Scalability
    76. 76. Timeline/Duration
    77. 77. Age/Grade Levels
    78. 78. Age/Grade Levels
    79. 79. CBL as a Philosophy rather than a Recipe
    80. 80. Your Challenge
    81. 81. Your Challenge...
    82. 82. Your Challenge... Big Idea: Challenge Based Learning
    83. 83. Your Challenge... Big Idea: Challenge Based Learning Essential Question: How can CBL benefit learning at my institution?
    84. 84. Your Challenge... Big Idea: Challenge Based Learning Essential Question: How can CBL benefit learning at my institution? Create a solution for implementing CBL at your institution.
    85. 85. Your Challenge... Big Idea: Challenge Based Learning Essential Question: How can CBL benefit learning at my institution? Create a solution for implementing CBL at your institution. Guiding Questions What aspects of CBL seem most applicable to me? What examples of challenges are relevant to my community and curriculum? Where would the biggest obstacles be when implementing?
    86. 86. Your Challenge... Big Idea: Challenge Based Learning Essential Question: How can CBL benefit learning at my institution? Create a solution for implementing CBL at your institution. Guiding Questions Guiding Activities What aspects of CBL seem most Discuss with neighbors applicable to me? What examples of challenges are relevant to my community and Research, Reflect, and Respond curriculum? Where would the biggest obstacles be when implementing?
    87. 87. Your Challenge... Big Idea: Challenge Based Learning Essential Question: How can CBL benefit learning at my institution? Create a solution for implementing CBL at your institution. Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Guiding Resources What aspects of CBL seem most Discuss with neighbors Web and iTunes U applicable to me? What examples of challenges are http://challengebasedlearning.org relevant to my community and Research, Reflect, and Respond curriculum? http://tinyurl.com/cblonitunesu Where would the biggest obstacles be when implementing?
    88. 88. Your Challenge... Big Idea: Challenge Based Learning Essential Question: How can CBL benefit learning at my institution? Create a solution for implementing CBL at your institution. Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Guiding Resources What aspects of CBL seem most Discuss with neighbors Web and iTunes U applicable to me? What examples of challenges are http://challengebasedlearning.org relevant to my community and Research, Reflect, and Respond curriculum? http://tinyurl.com/cblonitunesu Where would the biggest obstacles be when implementing? Solution - Action
    89. 89. Share your Solution • Voice Memo app -record your reflection OR • Post a comment to blog on iPod touch - – Safari – Bookmarks – Challenge Based Learning
    90. 90. Call to Action
    91. 91. Resources to “Continue Climbing” • http://challengebasedlearning.org • iTunesU - http://tinyurl.com/cblonitunesu

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