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Jonathan E. MartinISACS November 8, 2012    www.21k12blog.net
Scaffolding & Teaching as necessary                                                    Collaborative                      ...
 High Tech High: What PBL is:http://howtovideos.hightechhigh.org/video/293/W hat+is+PBL What PBL isn’t: http://howtovide...
Note: All BIE related materials come from their publiclyavailable materials.
Designing the Project
What do you want them to learn?
Decide your project.
How do you find project ideas?
How do you find project ideas? Project Search @bie.org
What is your project idea?
Culminating Product: What will your students make, produce, present, share?
video Anatomy of a project, focus on product: http://www.edutopia.org/stw-maine-project-based- learning-bacteria-video
 AP Gov’t Wiki
What is your DQ?     Provocative or challenging to students, because it is      relevant, important, urgent or otherwise ...
Video Craft the Driving Questionhttp://www.bie.org/videos/video/the_gender_project_craft_the_driving_question
Compose your DQ.      Reminders:     Provocative or challenging to students, because it is relevant, important,      urge...
Video– entry activity http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ODRM_12bMI
Plan your entry event
Significant Content What do they need to know to do the culminating product? How will you scaffold and ensure (teach) that...
Video Wings– manage the process http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBWd8JMwmRU
Organizing Groups  PROJECT MANAGEMENT LOG: GROUP TASKSProject Name:Members of Group:                Task     Who Is      D...
Group contract       P R O J E C T     G R O U P      C O N T R A C T    Project    Name:    Members of    Group:Our Agree...
How will you organize groups?
video Plan the assessment. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WftJ1rGsJi0
Assessment Rubrics
What is your assessment plan?
available for consulting, board training, parent ed. & faculty pd.          21k12          jonathanemartin ed. services   ...
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  1. 1. Jonathan E. MartinISACS November 8, 2012 www.21k12blog.net
  2. 2. Scaffolding & Teaching as necessary Collaborative Project DesignExcellentAssessment Real-World Relevance Web Literacies & Digital CitizenshipCritique
  3. 3.  High Tech High: What PBL is:http://howtovideos.hightechhigh.org/video/293/W hat+is+PBL What PBL isn’t: http://howtovideos.hightechhigh.org/video/265/What +Project+Based+Learning+Isnt
  4. 4. Note: All BIE related materials come from their publiclyavailable materials.
  5. 5. Designing the Project
  6. 6. What do you want them to learn?
  7. 7. Decide your project.
  8. 8. How do you find project ideas?
  9. 9. How do you find project ideas? Project Search @bie.org
  10. 10. What is your project idea?
  11. 11. Culminating Product: What will your students make, produce, present, share?
  12. 12. video Anatomy of a project, focus on product: http://www.edutopia.org/stw-maine-project-based- learning-bacteria-video
  13. 13.  AP Gov’t Wiki
  14. 14. What is your DQ?  Provocative or challenging to students, because it is relevant, important, urgent or otherwise interesting.  Open-ended and/or complex; there is no single “right answer,” or at least no simple “yes” or “no” answer. It requires in-depth inquiry and higher-level thinking.  Linked to the core of what you want students to learn; to answer it well, students would need to gain the knowledge and skills you have targeted as goals for the project.
  15. 15. Video Craft the Driving Questionhttp://www.bie.org/videos/video/the_gender_project_craft_the_driving_question
  16. 16. Compose your DQ. Reminders:  Provocative or challenging to students, because it is relevant, important, urgent or otherwise interesting.  Open-ended and/or complex; there is no single “right answer,” or at least no simple “yes” or “no” answer. It requires in-depth inquiry and higher- level thinking.  Linked to the core of what you want students to learn; to answer it well, students would need to gain the knowledge and skills you have targeted as goals for the project.
  17. 17. Video– entry activity http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ODRM_12bMI
  18. 18. Plan your entry event
  19. 19. Significant Content What do they need to know to do the culminating product? How will you scaffold and ensure (teach) that learning?
  20. 20. Video Wings– manage the process http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBWd8JMwmRU
  21. 21. Organizing Groups PROJECT MANAGEMENT LOG: GROUP TASKSProject Name:Members of Group: Task Who Is Due Status Done Responsible Date
  22. 22. Group contract P R O J E C T G R O U P C O N T R A C T Project Name: Members of Group:Our AgreementN We all promise to listen to each other’s ideas with respect.N We all promise to do our assigned work to the best of our ability.N We all promise to turn in our work on or before due dates.N We all promise to ask for help if we need it.N We all promise to share responsibility for our success and for our mistakes.N We all promise to turn in work that is our own.
  23. 23. How will you organize groups?
  24. 24. video Plan the assessment. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WftJ1rGsJi0
  25. 25. Assessment Rubrics
  26. 26. What is your assessment plan?
  27. 27. available for consulting, board training, parent ed. & faculty pd. 21k12 jonathanemartin ed. services www.21k12blog.net Twitter: @jonathanemartin jonathanemartin@gmail.com

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