Pitch YOUR PASSION

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Pitch YOUR PASSION
November
Faculty In-service

“Elevator
Pitch” & Open
House
Flickr CC Photo by superkimbo
TeamING
Each Staff
Member
Chose a
Team
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Flickr CC Photo by superkimbo
Team Process
Facilitators
Record Discussion
Ask Tough Questions!
* How can we promote intellectual rigor
through the process of this CBL?
* Since CBLs focus on “deep
...
Take Advantage of the
Brain Power in this Room!

Graphic by jide
Student Directed

“Kid at Heart” flickr CC photo by LarimdaMe
Curricular
Collaborative
Promotes Wagner
Skills
V. The Teacher’s Role
A Real Life Example
Create a call
to action to
make teenagers
care about
politics

Context
Process
Activities/Products
Tim...
Launch! (1 Day)
First Team Meeting
First Team Meeting

Pros & Cons of Assigning
Teams
Second Team
Meeting
Second Team Meeting

Firm Up Goals
Guiding Questions
Begin Identifying Resources
(As time permits)
Continue Collaboration
Online
Third Team Meeting
Third Team Meeting

Self-Assign Responsibilities
Create Timeline
Continue Guiding Resources
& Activities Discussion.
Fourth Team Meeting
Fourth Team Meeting

Solution Development

• Presentation Criteria
VI. Authentic Audience!
What is an Authentic Audience?
Fight Apathy Fair!
VII. Assessment
Presentations as Assessement
Presentation “10 Commandments”
The presentation shall describe your
group’s internal challenges.
The presentation should i...
Group Assessment- Narrative
Group Assessment- Rubrics
Podcast Reflections
The Challenge
Big Idea: Making a Difference
Essential Question: Can a group of
high school students impact their
community...
Skills for this CBL
*Students will acquire greater political efficacy.
*Students will solve a difficult challenge.
*Studen...
Timeline
My Plan-*8-10 weeks,
*FebruaryApril, 2012.
Where We Left It
“Challenging the 
Challengers”
Slides at 

allcbl.com 
&
Larry’s Opinion Drive­thru

Larry Baker

Apple Distinguished Educ...
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  1. 1. Pitch YOUR PASSION Flickr CC photo by niiicedave
  2. 2. Pitch YOUR PASSION November Faculty In-service “Elevator Pitch” & Open House Flickr CC Photo by superkimbo
  3. 3. TeamING Each Staff Member Chose a Team Flickr CC Photo by superkimbo Flickr CC Photo by superkimbo
  4. 4. Team Process
  5. 5. Facilitators
  6. 6. Record Discussion
  7. 7. Ask Tough Questions! * How can we promote intellectual rigor through the process of this CBL? * Since CBLs focus on “deep understanding”, how do we evaluate student achievement? * How can we collaborate seriously, yet meet a March deadline for completion of our challenge?
  8. 8. Take Advantage of the Brain Power in this Room! Graphic by jide
  9. 9. Student Directed “Kid at Heart” flickr CC photo by LarimdaMe
  10. 10. Curricular
  11. 11. Collaborative
  12. 12. Promotes Wagner Skills
  13. 13. V. The Teacher’s Role
  14. 14. A Real Life Example Create a call to action to make teenagers care about politics Context Process Activities/Products Time Line ----------------------Inspiration Empowerment Expectation
  15. 15. Launch! (1 Day)
  16. 16. First Team Meeting
  17. 17. First Team Meeting Pros & Cons of Assigning Teams
  18. 18. Second Team Meeting
  19. 19. Second Team Meeting Firm Up Goals Guiding Questions Begin Identifying Resources (As time permits)
  20. 20. Continue Collaboration Online
  21. 21. Third Team Meeting
  22. 22. Third Team Meeting Self-Assign Responsibilities Create Timeline Continue Guiding Resources & Activities Discussion.
  23. 23. Fourth Team Meeting
  24. 24. Fourth Team Meeting Solution Development • Presentation Criteria
  25. 25. VI. Authentic Audience!
  26. 26. What is an Authentic Audience?
  27. 27. Fight Apathy Fair!
  28. 28. VII. Assessment
  29. 29. Presentations as Assessement
  30. 30. Presentation “10 Commandments” The presentation shall describe your group’s internal challenges. The presentation should indicate what you learned from your challenge. The presentation should indicate what you would have changed if you had a “do over” or more time.
  31. 31. Group Assessment- Narrative
  32. 32. Group Assessment- Rubrics
  33. 33. Podcast Reflections
  34. 34. The Challenge Big Idea: Making a Difference Essential Question: Can a group of high school students impact their community by political action? Challenge: Using the knowledge you have gleaned from this class, make a difference in your community.
  35. 35. Skills for this CBL *Students will acquire greater political efficacy. *Students will solve a difficult challenge. *Students will learn to develop instruments of assessment. *Students will show initiative. *Students will become policy entrepreneurs. *Students will acquire greater ability to collaborate.
  36. 36. Timeline My Plan-*8-10 weeks, *FebruaryApril, 2012.
  37. 37. Where We Left It
  38. 38. “Challenging the  Challengers” Slides at  allcbl.com  & Larry’s Opinion Drive­thru Larry Baker Apple Distinguished Educator

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