Audio and visual components of this session are
brought to you by:
•  A"global"community"100,000"strong"
•  87"degree"prog...
Project-Based Learning
Authentic Learning Activities in the Bakeshop
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Project-Based
Learning
Project Based Learning (PBL) is
an instructional approach built
upon realistic learning
activities....
Perception
These activities are designed
to answer a question or solve
a problem.
Generally the projects reflect
the types...
Entry Event
Video
Pictures
Field Trip
Guest Speaker...
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After the
Event...
A well-designed project
provokes students to come up
against (and struggle with)
the central concepts a...
5 Steps to a Successful PBL
The Plan: Start with the end in mind
The Question: Concept or Project Driver
The Assessment (P...
Great Projects
Begin with a
Great Plan...
To plan for a great student
engaged project, one must plan
with the end result i...
Intriguing Theme
Construct a
meaningful theme..
in the case of this
project.. Women
Helping Women...
The Great and
Powerfu...
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Planning the Assessment
Each project is driven
by the student
learning outcomes
(SLO’s) that coincide
to the course...
12M...
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Women Helping Women
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One Idea Sparks Creativity
Nurturing student engagement...
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Measuring the Content
Knowledge and Skills
Collaboration
Communication
Problem Solving
Teamwork
Trying to match the projec...
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Map the Project
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Wedding Cake Project
Analyzing...analyzing instructional needs, selecting activities,
estimating time, and preparing resou...
Wedding Cake Instructions
Part I
Make a drawing of your cake on at least a 16X24” or larger
(paper will be provided)
This ...
CULN%250%)%Wedding%Cake%Project
Name:% Total%Score: 0 0%
Score 68
Design 4%(Excellent) 3%(Good) 2%(Adequate) 1%(Needs%Work...
Sequence of Activities
When the plan is properly
mapped magic happens
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If the students are able to thrive in
the project environment that has
been set for them...they are
successful...
Designin...
Include Finish Times
32Monday, July 22, 13
PBL Learning
by Doing
Rigorous projects help
students learn key
academic content and
practices (such as
collaboration,
33M...
Student Plated
Dessert Competition
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Colleagues Judge Student Plated
Dessert Competition
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Real Time
Assessment
LiveText iPad
assessment in the
classroom
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Students Engaged...
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Students Focussed on Their Own
Learning...
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Student’s Final Plate-up
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Feedback from Professionals
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More Feedback
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Students Final Plate-up
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Effective project management teaches students to manage and
take responsibility for their own work.
Learn how to shift fro...
Students are highly motivated
Student retention of the identified learning
outcome usually higher
Students are engaged in ...
Project-Based Learning
“PBL is a systematic teaching method that
engages students in learning essential
knowledge and life...
Let’s Test the Process
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Please use the following images to create a special
occasion cake or showpiece.
You will have 10 minutes to create, then b...
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PROJECT BASED LEARNING_ACF NATCOM 2013

  1. 1. Audio and visual components of this session are brought to you by: •  A"global"community"100,000"strong" •  87"degree"programs" •  100%"online" •  StudyatAPU.com/hospitality" 1Monday, July 22, 13
  2. 2. Project-Based Learning Authentic Learning Activities in the Bakeshop 2Monday, July 22, 13
  3. 3. Project-Based Learning Project Based Learning (PBL) is an instructional approach built upon realistic learning activities. PBL engages students interest and motivation while helping the student recognize the projects significance. 3Monday, July 22, 13
  4. 4. Perception These activities are designed to answer a question or solve a problem. Generally the projects reflect the types of learning and work people do in the everyday world outside the classroom. 4Monday, July 22, 13
  5. 5. Entry Event Video Pictures Field Trip Guest Speaker... 5Monday, July 22, 13
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  7. 7. After the Event... A well-designed project provokes students to come up against (and struggle with) the central concepts and principles of a discipline. 7Monday, July 22, 13
  8. 8. 5 Steps to a Successful PBL The Plan: Start with the end in mind The Question: Concept or Project Driver The Assessment (Planning the Assessment) Map the Project Monitor and Manage the Process 8Monday, July 22, 13
  9. 9. Great Projects Begin with a Great Plan... To plan for a great student engaged project, one must plan with the end result in mind. These projects should be high standard student focused emphasizing thr student learning outcomes (SLO’s), and intended to develop an in-depth knowledge of the subject. 9Monday, July 22, 13
  10. 10. Intriguing Theme Construct a meaningful theme.. in the case of this project.. Women Helping Women... The Great and Powerful Oz. 10Monday, July 22, 13
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  12. 12. Planning the Assessment Each project is driven by the student learning outcomes (SLO’s) that coincide to the course... 12Monday, July 22, 13
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  14. 14. Women Helping Women 14Monday, July 22, 13
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  16. 16. One Idea Sparks Creativity Nurturing student engagement... 16Monday, July 22, 13
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  20. 20. Measuring the Content Knowledge and Skills Collaboration Communication Problem Solving Teamwork Trying to match the project outcomes (SLO’s), with assessment strategies (LiveText), and Rubrics. www.livetext.com 20Monday, July 22, 13
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  26. 26. Map the Project 26Monday, July 22, 13
  27. 27. Wedding Cake Project Analyzing...analyzing instructional needs, selecting activities, estimating time, and preparing resources are key tasks in project planning. Structure...setting the parameters of the project... A well mapped project will set up the structure, but be careful to keep some of the structure less rigid to allow for individual creativity. 27Monday, July 22, 13
  28. 28. Wedding Cake Instructions Part I Make a drawing of your cake on at least a 16X24” or larger (paper will be provided) This can be in color if you like, remember we keep these up on the wall for approximately one year until the next group, so take pride in your work, if you don’t draw well, enlist a person who does, outsource it! This will be the guide that you use to finish your project, we will begin the drawing and looking for ideas in class together. Determine your shape Square stacked, round stacked, round or square tiered. You need to decide right away what color scheme you will be using, and remember, what ever you decide to do, you must make extra time outside of class to make it happen, these cakes take on a life of their own. Take your time; make an extra commitment to yourself and the project. Part II Commence project: you can start by either covering your cake with fondant first (which I highly suggest) or doing the flowers (note: flowers will be done on different days, depending on what has been decided by the group.) You will work independently of your other classmates; however please share the equipment and be courteous to each other, there is plenty of time to finish the project. Airbrushing will be done towards the end of the project, so as to have the strongest colors last as best they can, the cakes sit for a while and tend to fade. Stay away from too much purple for it turns to a blue hue when it sits. Better to work your color into the fondant than adding the purple as an airbrush color. Part III Display and assembly Your cake is due on the day scheduled in the syllabus, if you take longer you will lose points, everyone is on an even playing field, remember, this is not a competition!! 28Monday, July 22, 13
  29. 29. CULN%250%)%Wedding%Cake%Project Name:% Total%Score: 0 0% Score 68 Design 4%(Excellent) 3%(Good) 2%(Adequate) 1%(Needs%Work) 0%(Not%apparent) 0 8 BP_ABPC30 Drawing clear,4complete4 color4sketch sketch4 understandable4 rough4sketch unclear4sketch no4sketch BP_ABPC5 Plan4Consistency organized4 timeline approximate4 timeline some4 milestones unclear4timeline no4timeline Difficulty 4%(Excellent) 3%(Good) 2%(Adequate) 1%(Needs%Work) 0%(Not%apparent) 0 12 #4of4Features 5+ 3G4 2 1 0 BP_ABPC30 Combination4of4 Techniques 7+ 4G6 3G4 2 0 BP_ABPC30 Textural4 Compatibility effective4&4 subtle4use4of44 variations 34obvious4 variations 24obvious4 variations4 mainly414 texture no4variation Execution 4%(Excellent) 3%(Good) 2%(Adequate) 1%(Needs%Work) 0%(Not%apparent) 0 16 BP_ABPC26 Time4 Management stages4 completed4 early stages4compled4 on4time stages4mostly4 completed4on4 time stages4not4 completed4on4 time product4not4 completed BP_ABPC31 Realistic4 Expectation concept4unique4 &4minimal4 revision basic4idea4okay,4 minimal4 revision basic4idea4ok,4 needs4some4 revision many4revisions4 required concept4not4 executable BP_ABPC5 Sturdiness stable4 structure,4no4 repairs stable4 structure,4 minimal4repairs stable,4 optional4 repairs somewhat4 stable,4repairs4 necessary unstable4 structure,4major4 repair4needed BP_ABPC5 Additional4Effort classtime4+444444 16+4hrs4 classtime4+4444444444 8G154hrs classtime4+4 <84hrs classtime4only missing44class,4no4 extra4hrs Color 4%(Excellent) 3%(Good) 2%(Adequate) 1%(Needs%Work) 0%(Not%apparent) 0 16 BP_ABPC5 Coordination4of4 colors excellent4 color/hue4 integration good4use4&4 coordination4of4 2G34colors Good4use4of4 14color Inappropriate4 color4combo Monochromatic BP_ABPC5 Celebration4 Appropriate uniquely4a4 wedding4cake clearly4a4 wedding4cake okay4for4 wedding inappropriate4 for4wedding not4a4wedding4 cake BP_ABPC5 Realism unique4design4 elements appropriate4 design overG designed4 some4cohesion4 of4design no4cohesion4of4 design BP_ABPC5 Intensity sophisticated4 use4of4color good4color4use/4 differentiation minimal4 variation over4or4under4 colored inappropriate4&4 monochromatic Final%Outcome 4%(Excellent) 3%(Good) 2%(Adequate) 1%(Needs%Work) 0%(Not%apparent) 0 16 BP_ABPC6 Deadlines all4on4time4or4 early most4on4time some4on4time mostly4late not4finished BP_ABPC6 Practicality no4redesign4 needed minimal4 redesign could4be4 utilized needs4 modification impractical4 BP_ABPC6 Visual4Appeal no4redesign4 needed minimal4 redesign could4be4 utilized needs4 modification not4appealing BP_ABPC6 Reproducabtility no4redesign4 needed minimal4 redesign could4be4 utilized needs4 modification not4reproducable 29Monday, July 22, 13
  30. 30. Sequence of Activities When the plan is properly mapped magic happens 30Monday, July 22, 13
  31. 31. If the students are able to thrive in the project environment that has been set for them...they are successful... Designing the Right Structure 31Monday, July 22, 13
  32. 32. Include Finish Times 32Monday, July 22, 13
  33. 33. PBL Learning by Doing Rigorous projects help students learn key academic content and practices (such as collaboration, 33Monday, July 22, 13
  34. 34. Student Plated Dessert Competition 34Monday, July 22, 13
  35. 35. Colleagues Judge Student Plated Dessert Competition 35Monday, July 22, 13
  36. 36. Real Time Assessment LiveText iPad assessment in the classroom 36Monday, July 22, 13
  37. 37. Students Engaged... 37Monday, July 22, 13
  38. 38. Students Focussed on Their Own Learning... 38Monday, July 22, 13
  39. 39. 39Monday, July 22, 13
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  41. 41. Student’s Final Plate-up 41Monday, July 22, 13
  42. 42. Feedback from Professionals 42Monday, July 22, 13
  43. 43. More Feedback 43Monday, July 22, 13
  44. 44. Students Final Plate-up 44Monday, July 22, 13
  45. 45. 45Monday, July 22, 13
  46. 46. Effective project management teaches students to manage and take responsibility for their own work. Learn how to shift from being the center of attention to the guide on the side. Tools and strategies help you manage the PBL student focused instructional approach Managing the Project 46Monday, July 22, 13
  47. 47. Students are highly motivated Student retention of the identified learning outcome usually higher Students are engaged in and struggle with central concepts and principles of the discipline Authentic Learning Activities 47Monday, July 22, 13
  48. 48. Project-Based Learning “PBL is a systematic teaching method that engages students in learning essential knowledge and life-enhancing skills through an extended, student-influenced inquiry process structured around complex, authentic questions and carefully designed products and tasks.” 48Monday, July 22, 13
  49. 49. Let’s Test the Process 49Monday, July 22, 13
  50. 50. Please use the following images to create a special occasion cake or showpiece. You will have 10 minutes to create, then be ready to share your creation. This is an exercise to see how the process work, no rubric is involved this time! Have fun, be creative!! 50Monday, July 22, 13
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