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Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
Wicked problem project final presentation show 1
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  • 1. A Wicked Problemby KareyKlemm
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  • 4. Using technology to solve my problem…
  • 5. My solution aligned with TPACK
  • 6. Implementation
    Surprises
    • Students were very eager to work on this project
    • 7. Students told me that a videocast would be much more effective than only an audio podcast
    Delights
    • I was delighted to hear positive feedback from my teachers that this was a relevant problem and that they were excited to see if my solution with podcasts was feasible.
    Bumps in the road
    • Students struggled to tell relevant information about a lesson
    • 8. Their thoughts were disorganized
    • 9. The needed more guidance to help them reflect on their learning.
  • Findings
    2 indicators of successful implementation
    Multiple teachers agreed that my problem was real concern. A solution to this problem would significantly increase student learning
    Students participating in the project were motivated to create a videocast to help out their fellow students.
    Implications
    3 recommendations for future work on this project
    At the beginning of the project, students need to be view/listen to a podcast or videocastso that they are aware of what final project expectations are
    Students should be given graphic organizers to help arrange their thoughts about a lesson into a practical format
    Teachers should do whole group instruction on how to constructively reflect on their learning. Students need to develop cognitive awareness before they can begin work on this project.
  • 10. Resources
    Research and information
    Tools and online resources
    Real life examples
    • Audacity
    • 11. Garage band (Macs)
    • 12. www.aviary.com(PC)
    • 13. Microphone
    • 14. Webcam or Flip Camera
    • 15. itunes
    • 16. podomatic
    • 17. http://epnweb.org/
    • 18. http://www.podcasting-tools.com/podcast-promotion.htm
    • 19. http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~nshelley/index.html
    • 20. http://recap.ltd.uk/moodle/course/view.php?id=2
  • Why I am committed to this…
    My wicked problem is solved!
    Students learn metacognition!

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