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Moving from Presentations to Presentations of Learning

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Moving from Presentations to Presentations of Learning

  1. 1. Moving from Presentations to Presentations of Learning
  2. 2. Presentations of Learning • Beyond about, beyond "the thing" we made • Product, process, and learning • Involve audience • Expand individual learning to the group.
  3. 3. Process of POL • Team members share/show artifact. • Audience/Teacher feedback on product. • Team members share/show learning • Critiques • Questions • Content • Process individual • Process team
  4. 4. Effective Critiques • Free of value judgments • specific, personal, & directed at one's work. • founded on trust from someone respected. • immediate enough to be useful.
  5. 5. Habits for Success • Listen. • Ask open-ended questions. • Wait. • Respect and believe. PBIS
  6. 6. Presenters share what they learned about: • subject matter content. • managing/implementing a project. • how they learn. • how their group functioned. • how they work in a group.
  7. 7. Prompt with question like: What would you do differently if you could start over? What will you do differently during the next project? What would change/add if you had more time?
  8. 8. Audience shares what they learned about: • the subject matter content. • effective presentation strategies. • using technology purposefully.
  9. 9. Prompt with question like: What did you think about while viewing the presentation? How did the product/idea/design engage you? Why did it engage you? How could it be revised? How could it be extended?
  10. 10. Integrate Reflection What did you learn that we won't see in the POL? How did you contribute to your team's success? What was your biggest obstacle? How did you overcome it? What is the most important thing you learned? Knowledge? Skills?
  11. 11. POLs are opportunities Celebrate growth. Praise effort. Share your insight. Expand learning.