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June 27, 9 – 10am, Room: Knox...

June 27, 9 – 10am, Room: Knox
21st century learning prepares students for postsecondary work and educational opportunities. The Alternative Education Academy used the Race to the Top framework to transform its school from a traditional stand-and-deliver model to a true standards-based, project-based learning model. Intensive professional development, involvement of all stakeholders, and a robust content-management system were critical to the success of this initiative. Come learn how to prepare students for life after high school.
Main Presenter: Margaret Ford, Alternative Education Academy
Co-Presenter(s): Tim Spencer, Alternative Education Academy

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    Using Project-Based Learning and Standards-Based Education - Project planning forms Using Project-Based Learning and Standards-Based Education - Project planning forms Presentation Transcript

    • PROJECT OVERVIEWName of Project: Duration:Subject/Course: Teacher(s): Grade Level:Other subject areas tobe included, if any:Project IdeaSummary of the issue,challenge, investigation,scenario, or problem:Driving QuestionContent and SkillsStandards to beaddressed: T+A E T+A E21st Century Skills Collaboration Other:to be explicitly taught andassessed (T+A) or thatwill be encouraged (E) by Presentationproject work, but nottaught or assessed: Critical Thinking: Presentation Audience: © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 1
    • Group:Culminating Class:Products andPerformances School: Community: Experts: Individual: Web: Other: PROJECT OVERVIEWEntry event tolaunch inquiry,engage students:Assessments Quizzes/Tests Practice Presentations Formative Assessments Journal/Learning Log Notes (During Project) Preliminary Plans/Outlines/Prototypes Checklists Rough Drafts Concept Maps Online Tests/Exams Other: Written Product(s), with rubric: Other Product(s) or Performance(s), with rubric: Summative __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ Assessments (End of Project) Oral Presentation, with rubric Peer Evaluation Multiple Choice/Short Answer Test Self-Evaluation Essay Test Other: . © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 2
    • Resources On-site people, facilities:Needed Equipment: Materials: Community resources:Reflection Journal/Learning Log Focus GroupMethods (Individual, Group, and/or Whole-Class Discussion Fishbowl Discussion Whole Class) Survey Other: © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 3
    • P R O J E C T T E A C H CNT A N A L E A N N I N GRG U I D E P R O J E I G C D E R D AProject: Course/Semester: Start Date: M O NKnowledge D A Y and SkillsTNeeded by Y U E S D A Students W E D N E S D A Y Scaffolding HMaterialsA/ Y T / U R S D Lessons to be ProvidedA Y F R I D to successfully complete culminating productsR O J E C T W E E K Oby the project teacher, other teachers, experts, P and NE performances, and do well on summative assessments mentors, community members   PR O JEC T WEEK TWO   PR O JEC T W E K E TH R EE   © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 4