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  • 1. Using Technology with Authentic Learning in a PBL classroom.
  • 2. What is PBL?
    • One of the primary features of Problem-Based Learning is that it is student-centered. “Student-centered” refers to learning opportunities that are relevant to the students, the goals of which are at least partly determined by the students themselves. This does not mean that the teacher abdicates her authority for making judgments regarding what might be important for students to learn; rather, this feature places partial and explicit responsibility on the students’ shoulders for their own learning. Creating assignments and activities that require student input presumably also increases the likelihood of students being motivated to learn.
    • http://www. pbl . uci . edu/
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  • 4. PBL Concept
    • Group collaboration is a essential skill in PBL classrooms.
    • These abilities are dependent upon both the ages of the students and their familiarity and practice working in this context.
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  • 7. PBL Process.
    • Role of teacher is to act as a facilitator, assisting their students in:
    • Developing questions about the issue under discussion.
    • Finding resources and activities on the question.
    • Creating a final product or performance that shares their proposed resolution (s) for the problem.
  • 8. Essential Steps
    • The Case
    • The Questions
    • Action Plan
    • Investigation
    • Revisiting the case
    • Product or Performance
    • Evaluation
  • 9. PBL Classroom
    • Unlike the traditional classroom environment a PBL classroom is primarily student centered.
    • It is essential that learners identify there own learning issues.
    • The students identify what they need to know and learn more about to solve the problem, based on what they already understand.
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  • 11. Teachers
    • Teachers act as coaches to assist their students in learning how to function as effective groups.
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  • 13. Assessment .
    • Students must be held accountable for their own learning.
    • Authentic performance assessments are critical component of a PBL classroom.
    • Teachers design and provide clear performance outcomes to measure student progress, including the use of rubrics for both concepts and for group collaborative skills.
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  • 15. Webquest
  • 16. Teacher Tube http://www. teachertube .com
  • 17. Youtube http://www. youtube .com
  • 18. University of Delaware http://www. udel . edu/pbl/
  • 19. Applications http://www4. nau . edu/eeop/aqcp/general_pbl .asp
  • 20. References.