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Project-Based Learning:                                                                                Rhonda Huisman,    ...
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Huisman - Project based learning: faculty and librarian partners in pedagogy (poster)


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Huisman - Project based learning: faculty and librarian partners in pedagogy (poster)

  1. 1. Project-Based Learning: Rhonda Huisman, Education Librarian Faculty and Librarian Partners in Pedagogy Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, IN USA What is Project-Based Learning? • PBL is an instructional approach that presents students Driving with complex, authentic problems or challenges, through Question group collaboration, extensive periods of investigation, and reflection on new ideas and opinions. Rubric & Mini- Reflect Lessons Problem-Based vs. Project-Based • Projects: single answer, thematic, curricular add-on, teacher driven, summative, school-based. ENTRY • PBL: open-ended, driving question/challenge, curricular Document focus, student driven, ongoing, real-world Authentic Audience& Need-to- Critical Know Friends Standards and Alignment • Learning activities help students develop 21st century Group skills—visual, information, financial, and media/digital Norms/ literacy. Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic are “merged” Roles with the 4 C’s : Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, and Critical Thinking. • Information literacy & research skills are at the heart of PBL!Curricular Example Entry Doc: Letter presenting the potential problem Critical Friends: Building relationships & utilizing Group knowledge Organization: Committee investigates problem & creates presentation Mini- Lessons: Searching resources, Authentic citations, & Issue: tech tools Relevant & creative choices Rubric: Align w/ learning outcomes & standardsHow can YOU Primary sources, websites, books, articles, tech tools, digital collections, media, info lit standards, learning outcomes, open access,support PBL? workshops/training, people, & community resources. Register for the PBLPBL Resources: • Buck Institute for Education: • Edutopia: Institute in Indianapolis: • Kenney, B. F. (2007). Revitalizing the one-shot instruction session using problem-based learning. Reference and User Services Quarterly, 47 (4), 386-391. • Bell, S.(2010). Project-based learning for the 21st century: Skills for the future. The Clearing House, 83, 39-43.