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Project peace global issues

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Project peace global issues

  1. 1. Conflict Resolution Project Based Learning for Global Education
  2. 2. Big Idea CONFLICT
  3. 3. Essential Question What are the factors that contribute to conflict?
  4. 4. Challenge Improve conflict resolution at your school
  5. 5. Sources of Inspiration Challenge-Based Learning Axis of Hope Challenge 20/20 MUN Apple challenge-based Learning Environments
  6. 6. Students will know... The historical context of current global conflicts The opposing arguments of current global conflicts Conflict Resolution Strategies Sources of biased information and their origins
  7. 7. Students will be able to... Collaborate with a group of peers Identify bias Articulate opposing arguments Utilize conflict resolution strategies to define common agreements Tech skills
  8. 8. Stage 1: Introduction
  9. 9. Introduction Avatar and My Cultural History (Google Site) Students respond and share recorded videos: How has conflict impacted my life?
  10. 10. Stage 2: Global
  11. 11. Research and Interviews Why do conflicts develop? How are people, politics, and nations affected by conflicts? Guiding Questions:
  12. 12. Teacher directed resources and activities Engagement, background knowledge, understanding Exposure to Global Conflict
  13. 13. Research Authentic Interviews (teacher supported) Share via the project google site. Explore a Global Conflict
  14. 14. Skills Needed developing interview questions professionalism and bias organization and time management tech skills for website
  15. 15. Sharing and Making Connections Student comments on google sites page Student Reflection in a Blog Post make connections among different conflicts conflict resolution strategies
  16. 16. Stage 3: Role Play
  17. 17. Case Studies
  18. 18. Stage 4: Local
  19. 19. Challenge Improve conflict resolution in your community
  20. 20. Format Students working in groups Cooperative Group Contract Individual Daily Journal - Accountability Product: Solution Video and Reflection Audience: Cooperating Class, School Community
  21. 21. Process Identify local conflicts Guiding Questions, Research Guiding Activities Identify a Solution Implementation Publishing results and reflection
  22. 22. Guiding Questions Armed with the big idea, the essential question, and the challenge, students can now generate their own guiding questions to identify the knowledge they will need to understand to develop a solution to the challenge. Students conduct thorough and thoughtful research as this sets the foundation for determining an suitable solution.
  23. 23. Guiding Activities Local research to discover the particular issues, advantages, disadvantages, needs, and aspects of their community connected to the topic. Conduct surveys and opinion polls that can be used to gather information from the stakeholders. Expand their scope to include interviews or interactions with experts from around the world. Teacher supported.
  24. 24. Identify a Solution Each group selects a single solution to develop and implement: action steps, needed materials and where they will obtain them, responsibilities for each group member, any relevant timing considerations, documentation, appropriate audience, how success will be measured, and so on. All of these decisions are organized into a work plan.
  25. 25. Implementation After identifying their solutions, the students will implement them, measure outcomes, reflect on what worked and what didn’t, and determine whether they made progress in addressing the challenge. When implementation is complete, students share their work with the rest of the world.
  26. 26. Publishing Results and Reflections Students build their solution video and record their reflections. The three-to-five minute solution video should include a description of the challenge, a brief description of the learning process, the solution, and the results of the implementation. Students keep individual written, audio, or video journals throughout the process. As a culminating event, students can be provided a series of prompts for final reflections about what they learned about the subject matter and the process.

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