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    • 1. Six Simple Steps Integrating Technology into Project Based Learning Presented by Maria DeSimone Prepared by Lia Lambrides & Denise Lewis NYC DOE Region 7 Technology Staff Developers November, 2006
    • 2. Why teach with Project Based Learning?
      • Teach to the standards
      • Engage students with real-world scenarios
      • Focus on meaningful and essential understanding
      • Support basic literacy skills
      • Evaluate with high quality assessments
      • Engage all students in purposeful collaboration
      • Use technology to enhance teaching and learning
      • Create projects that teachers can recreate.
    • 3. Step One: Define the Problem
      • Clearly define topic
      • Brainstorm
      • State topic as a question
      • Develop appropriate keywords
      • Identify prior knowledge on topic
      Reasons For Immigration Economic Religious Political
    • 4. Step Two: Plan Strategies
      • Designate and define students’ roles
      • Determine final multimedia product
      • Create timeline for research process
      • Develop rubric for evaluation of process and product
      • http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?&screen=ShowRubric&rubric_id=1342455&
      Speaker Writer Illustrator Researcher Week One Brainstorm Define Roles Review Rubric
    • 5. Step Three: Find Information
      • Define type of information needed
      • Assess the validity of information
      • Identify various sources of data
        • Online databases for full text articles
        • Encyclopedia information
        • Primary resources
        • Multimedia files
        • Maps and global images
    • 6. Step Four: Use information
      • Take notes effectively with Digital Index Cards
      • Question
      • Synthesize information in a format applicable to the final product (audio file, photos, text draft, charts, etc.)
      • Cite resources
        • easybib.com
        • Citationmachine.net
    • 7. Step Five: Build the Product
      • Define media to be used
      • Edit and revise drafts
      • How will I show my results
      • Storyboard
    • 8. Step Six: Share Final Product & Evaluate
      • Produce and present product for select audience
      • Evaluation by peer review, audience feedback, and teacher’s rubric
      • (show audience survey, rubric, been responses)
    • 9. Project Based Learning Checklist http://pblchecklist.4teachers.org/view.php3?id=207980