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  • SNAPSHOTS Active Learning in the Humanities Classroom I didn't realize learning could be so much fun! Paviter Singh paviter@gmail.com 1
  • OBJECTIVE To provide students with the opportunity to apply what they have learned in English and Social Studies by getting them to collaborate with each other to create an authentic, real world product that will be showcased online. SNAPSHOTS 2
  • OVERVIEW Introduction Ask Questions & Clarify Any Doubts Brie ng on Project Guidelines Ask Questions & Clarify Any Doubts Students are Paired Up into Project Teams Teams Select Project Topic Refer to Rubric, Sample Project, Milestones when needed SNAPSHOTS 3
  • OVERVIEW Teams Learn How to Create a Glog Refer to Resources When Needed Work on & Publish Project Online Teams Submit Project URL Teams Comment on Projects of Other Teams Refer Back to Rubric When Needed Each Student Completes Online Re ection SNAPSHOTS 4
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 1: Project Guidelines What is the project all about? Who are you going to work with? SNAPSHOTS 5
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 2: Possible Topics Review the 2 possible topics Select the one that interests you more SNAPSHOTS 6
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 3: Assessment Rubric Become familiar with the rubric Ask questions & seek clari cation if you are unclear SNAPSHOTS 7
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 4: Sample Project Look at the sample project as an example of what a project can look like SNAPSHOTS 8
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 5: Key Milestones Refer back to this page regularly to be reminded of important deadlines SNAPSHOTS 9
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 6: Submissions Page Once you have published your glog, Post your glog URL to the discussion forum SNAPSHOTS 10
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 7: Peer Review Visit the glogs of at least 2 other teams Describe what you see in their glog by posting on the discussion forum SNAPSHOTS 11
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 8: Student Reflection Each student needs to complete the online re ection SNAPSHOTS 12
  • PROJECT WIKI Step 9: Resources These include a step guide to creating a glog and links to other media that can be used for the project SNAPSHOTS 13
  • END PRODUCT All Team Glogs will be embedded to the SNAPSHOTS Wiki These glogs will also be used as curriculum resources to teach Secondary 2 History students in 2011 SNAPSHOTS 14