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Key Terms PBL by CAE CI Winter 2015


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Educators: this is a graphic representation of key terms (terminology, methodology, concepts) related to course implementation created by professionals during a project-based learning (PBL) task in the CAE CI Winter 2015 class. (RDCZP – May, 2015)

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Key Terms PBL by CAE CI Winter 2015

  1. 1. RZP 1 Images courtesy of ClipArt Organizer of Learning experiences Demonstrator of Instructional tools Source: Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Source: The Seven Roles of a Teacher in the 21st Century Teachers in the 21st century: Facilitator Guide Lifelong Learner ADDIE UbD Forward delivery Cone of Learning Nine Events Andragogy Modalities Intelligences Sticky learning Retention/connection Developer of 21st Century Learners Module 1: Key Terms
  2. 2. OUTLINE Educators and professional field 1. M.L. Field Instruction 2. K.P. Field Instruction 3. M.G. Business Information Technology 4. F.B. Math, Science, Piping Trades 5. G.H. Accounting and Computer Education, Business Computing 6. H.H. Dental Assisting 7. J.K. Math and Science 8. J.Mc. Welding 9. M.F. Accounting, Business Admin, Applied Accounting, Bus.Int. Technology 10. J.S. Radio Broadcasting, Interactive Media Arts Program 11. V.F. Early Childhood Education III 12. T.R. Early Childhood Education 13. J.M. Esthetics 14. Z.B. Electrical Engineering 15. T.G. Operator Training Branch 16. C.A. Chemistry, Safety, Tissue Culture, Laboratory Skills 17. P.S. Safety Training, Gravel Construction Business 2
  3. 3. Scaffolding Assessment/Learning StylesV i s u a l Read and Write Kinesthetic Auditory Standards Guided practice/practice Basicskills Practice Demonstrate Re-instruct Facilitator Check lists Collaborativelearning Positive reinforcement M.L. 3
  4. 4. KEY TERMS IN MY WORKPLACE Safety training Demonstrate Coach Guide Re-instruct Collaborative learning Evaluate Setting goals Self evaluation Independent practice Prepare for real life K.P. 4
  5. 5. M.G. 5
  6. 6. Types of Learning Training Completed Training Goals Completed ThroughAssessment K e y T e r m s F.B. Face to Face/In-Person Problem-based Standards-based Active Authentic Culturally Responsive Mastery-based Proficiency-based Competency-based Peer Game-based Collaborative/Cooperative 6
  7. 7. My Key Terms • Outcomes • Bloom’s verbs • Screencast • Flipped Classroom • Web Quest Design, create Evaluate, compare Classify, contrast, differentiate Apply, illustrate, demonstrate, produce Explain, summarize, infer, give examples Define, identify, describe, recallG.H. 7
  9. 9. Design Jigsaw classroom Cooperative learning Student-centered instruction Good, clear outcomes Encourage Individual responsibility Curiosity Self-directed learning Respect Study skills Critical thinking Ethical development Community responsibility Support Independent learning Achievement Students Develop Research skills Citizenship Courage Be Honest Fair Open to the new Key Terms in My Practice J.K. 9
  10. 10.  Apprenticeship----Training  Course outlines----Program Outline  Motivation----------Career Guidance  Basic Skills----------Modelling  Hands-On-----------Critical Thinking  Assessment----------Rubrics  Portfolio-------------Assignments J.Mc. 10
  11. 11. Bridging the GAAP GAAP: • Content vs. skills • Practical application • Critical thinking The “gap”: • Lesson plans • Instructional Schedule • Course Outline • Learner centered approach • Motivation / Self Discipline • Practice • Relevance • Attention to detail • Communication skills The bigger picture: • Career path • Financial literacy • Professional development • Lifelong learner • Leadership • Teamwork • Ethics M.F. 11
  12. 12. Key Terms Critical Listening Collective Critiquing Active Learning Constant, Continual and Immediate Feedback Self-Assessment Tangible Goals Justification J.S. 12
  13. 13. • Student Centered Approach My Students= Kinesthetic Learner’s • Facilitator • Mentor Bloom’s Taxonomy • Classroom Instruction: Face to Face Instruction • Course Outlines & Lesson Plans • Scaffolding • Hands on Learning • Demonstrations • Lectures • Group work • Assessments: • Assignments • Portfolios • 4- Applied Learning Practicum's • Workshops and Training sessions Vanessa’s Key Terms V.F. 13
  14. 14. Authentic Assessment • Skill Development • Critical Thinking PBL • Cooperative Learning • Emotional Intelligence Active and Engaged Classroom • Hands On Learning • Brainstorming and Discussions T.R. 14 Key Terms for: Teaching In Early Childhood
  15. 15. Key Terms Vocational Education Essential Skills Learning outcomes Constructivism Andragogy Apprenticeship J.M. 15
  16. 16. Facilitator Manager Guide Mentor Interdisciplinary Teaching Reflective Teaching Classroom Humor Classroom Management Collaborative learning Critical Thinking Active learning Problem Based learning Z.B. 16
  17. 17. T.G. Facilitator Illuminator Competence Performance Based Assessment Directed and Collaborative learning Feedback Rapport Trust Instruction T.G. 17
  18. 18. Outcomes KEY TERMS Motivate Competency Evaluate Practical Relevant Mastery Awareness Instructor Attributes: • Leader • Modelling • Prepared • Clear Expectations • Positive • Flexible • Respectful • Enthusiastic • Variety – Instruction – Evaluation C.A. 18
  19. 19. Key terms P.S. 19
  20. 20. DISCLAIMER 1of2: we have made every effort to cite all sources and use only Royalty-free images– All images and text are from some of the following links and others: Glossary of Educational Terms. (2008). School Wise Press. Retrieved March 28, 2015. from Glossary of language education terms. (2014, March 9). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved March 28, 2015, from Hidden curriculum (2014, August 26). In S. Abbott (Ed.), The glossary of education reform. Retrieved March 28, 2015 from IBE Glossary of Curriculum Terminology. (2013, September). UNESCO International Bureau of Education. Retrieved March 28, 2015, from Teaching Strategies. (2015). Merlot Pedagogy Portal. Retrieved March 28, 2015, from Pedagogy in Action, Library, Teaching Methods. (2015, March 05). Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College. Retrieved March 28, 2015, from Aronson, E., & Bridgeman, D. (1979). Jigsaw Groups and the Desegregated Classroom: In Pursuit of Common Goals. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 5(4), 438. doi:10.1177/014616727900500405 When Racial Diversity on Campus Is Only Skin Deep: Could the 'Jigsaw Classroom' Teaching Method Break Down Self-Segregation?. (2004). The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, (45). 36. Williams, D. (2004). Improving Race Relations in Higher Education: The Jigsaw Classroom as a Missing Piece to the Puzzle. Urban Education, 39(3), 316-344 Source: Conditions of Learning – Robert Gagné (1985) 20 REFERENCES
  21. 21. DISCLAIMER 2of2: we have made every effort to cite all sources and use only Royalty-free images-- All images and text are from some of the following links and others: Krathwohl, David R. "A revision of Bloom's taxonomy: An overview." Theory into practice 41.4 (2002): 212-218. Merlot Pedagogy. (n.d.) Teaching Strategies. Retrieved from: Pedagogy in Action, Library, Teaching Methods. (2015, March 05). Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College. Retrieved March 28, 2015, from Hidden curriculum (2014, August 26). In S. Abbott (Ed.), The glossary of education reform. Retrieved March 28, 2015 from workers/&h=270&w=595&tbnid=gjvA0pyBDXnSEM:&zoom=1&docid=7aCMUr- 5GSzGZM&ei=CPUbVZDeF4vdoASJl4HYBg&tbm=isch&ved=0CAsQMygDMAM4ZA classroom/&h=498&w=1009&tbnid=hCyvl1FrCqVxdM:&zoom=1&docid=KmqOtFtxDwLxrM&ei=xygbVe3pKZCvoQSc- oDQBw&tbm=isch&ved=0CEEQMygQMBA Source: Robert Gagne’s Five Categories of Learning Outcomes and the Nine Events of Instruction Source: Bloom’s Taxonomy Source: A Hypertext History of Instructional Design - The Eight Year Study -Tyler, Ralph W. 1949. Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction 21 REFERENCES
  22. 22. 7. Portfolios / professionalism 6. PD/Lifelong learning 5. Course Outline 4. Lesson Plan 3. Differentiated Learning 2. Teaching Approaches 1. Key terms (PBL slides) ✓ ModulesforCAECIWinter2015 Bloom’s Taxonomy revised Image courtesy of: =91&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=etUlU9PoC8yYqAGrh4DwBQ&ved=0CCsQsAQ&biw=1102&bih=931 Learning tasks: excerpts of CAE CI W2014 course outline RRC Source: CI course outline outcomes RRC modified by RZP for CI eTV Winter, 2015 Prepared by RZP for RRC Produced by CI 2015 Class Winter, 2015 CAE - CI 22 Thank you!