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PBL Breakout - deeper dive on PBL workflows

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Some hard-won ideas and implementation tools to start effective PBL in your classroom.

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PBL Breakout - deeper dive on PBL workflows

  1. 1. Jon Corippo jcorippo@cue.org @jcorippo Director of Academic Innovation
  2. 2. #PBL
  3. 3. That is an “Indian Village”
  4. 4. Elements of a real project? • Public • Passion • Open ended • Choice • Templated • Technology infused
  5. 5. Weaning yourself off the textbook based work.
  6. 6. One Day Project
  7. 7. Need some project ideas???
  8. 8. One Day Project
  9. 9. In use for decades
  10. 10. THE CLASSROOM HAS CHANGED KIDS HAVE CHANGED LEARNING HAS CHANGED BECAUSE Memorization is not “THE THING”anymore. CREATIVITY rules.
  11. 11. ! 1 : Many bias ! PBL -weak ! Closed end - TEST ! 1.4, 1.5, 1.6 failure MH7 Weaknesses
  12. 12. Source: https://iicti-part1-fall2011.wikispaces.com/file/view/madeline+hunter's+lesson+plan+format.pdf Anticipatory Set Old way: Activate prior knowledge, Focus attention, brief practice/related learning. New way:
  13. 13. Source: https://iicti-part1-fall2011.wikispaces.com/file/view/madeline+hunter's+lesson+plan+format.pdf Objective/Purpose What will students be able to know/do at lesson’s end? Old way: New way:
  14. 14. Source: https://iicti-part1-fall2011.wikispaces.com/file/view/madeline+hunter's+lesson+plan+format.pdf Instructional Input Disseminating new information and activities Old way: New way:
  15. 15. Source: https://iicti-part1-fall2011.wikispaces.com/file/view/madeline+hunter's+lesson+plan+format.pdf Modeling How will you show/demonstrate the skill or competence for students Old way: New way:
  16. 16. Source: https://iicti-part1-fall2011.wikispaces.com/file/view/madeline+hunter's+lesson+plan+format.pdf Check for Understanding How will you check that students have understood the process? Old way: New way:
  17. 17. Source: https://iicti-part1-fall2011.wikispaces.com/file/view/madeline+hunter's+lesson+plan+format.pdf Guided Practice What activities will students perform under your supervision? Old way: New way: SHUT UP SHEETS
  18. 18. Source: https://iicti-part1-fall2011.wikispaces.com/file/view/madeline+hunter's+lesson+plan+format.pdf Independent Practice Homework or seatwork without teacher supervision Old way: New way: Only after you know the students can proceed, the continued practice of the whole task by the students without the instructor's monitoring and guidance.
  19. 19. Source: https://iicti-part1-fall2011.wikispaces.com/file/view/madeline+hunter's+lesson+plan+format.pdf Closure GAH!!!!! Review the learning.
  20. 20. And some OLDE SCHOOL
  21. 21. It’s ALWAYS COOKIES: FLOUR • SUGAR •  LEAVENING AGENT • EGGS • OIL
  22. 22. Over-Dependence on Corporate Lessons Leads to dependence on Teacher’s Editions
  23. 23. … instead of the fullness of LESSON DESIGN Class turns into a series of worksheets…
  24. 24. WHEN YOUR LESSON PLAN IS MISSING ELEMENTS
  25. 25. Building blocks: not just "work on your project" RESEARCHING SUMMARIZING PRESENTING ADAPTING PRODUCING TECHNICAL SKILLS TIME MANAGEMENT
  26. 26. {One Period {One Period
  27. 27. R e p o r t W r i t i n g
  28. 28. THE MINI REPORT
  29. 29. Once a week - all year long THE MINI REPORT Qrtr 1 Fact finding Fact sorting Note taking Composing Qrtr 2 Better fact finding Better fact sorting Fast note taking Composing - 3p Attribution Qrtr 3 Self fact finding Quality note taking Composing - 5p Adv Attribution Self fact sorting Non-chronological Source checking Qrtr 4 Independent, self directed projects
  30. 30. STEP 1: Simple 1 page document Two complete versions of an idea
  31. 31. Thesis Focus Area FIVE FACTS (not sentences)
  32. 32. Focusareacoaching Focus areas are where facts clump together naturally EX: Presidents Childhood Early Adult Military History/Career Presidency Legacy EX: Battles Location Situation Opposing leaders Outcome Legacy
  33. 33. Grading: Everyone has a thesis? Everyone has five facts? Everyone has the focus areas? Everyone has an A Week one is done.
  34. 34. STEP 2: Writing Three paragraphs
  35. 35. Source Source Research Report 25X A Year
  36. 36. NOT YOU Screencasting:
  37. 37. Experience Narrative Infolit
  38. 38. Scrum Boards
  39. 39. Iron Chef Lessons
  40. 40. Mise en Place
  41. 41. KEY CONCEPT 3-4 Facts Picture 1 3-4 Facts Picture 2 3-4 Facts Picture 3 3-4 Facts Picture 4
  42. 42. One Day Project
  43. 43. Made in one period, third day of class…. Shot and edited on iPad
  44. 44. Made by Juniors…. Shot on DSLR and edited on FCPX
  45. 45. The Design Idea
  46. 46. FILM LOOKSFor the classroom
  47. 47. The Plan: Learn the 19 shots. Design, shoot and upload all shots. A story is not required, but a theme or motif is appreciated. Drop the shots into whatever app you are editing with. TITLE each shot with it’s name (e.g. Close up or Bird’s Eye). Creative use of titles is appreciated. Export the completed video toVimeo and send me the link. One period to shoot • One period to edit
  48. 48. Pull Back Reveal Pull Back Reveal- the camera moves backwards to reveal the true extent of a scene. Can be in different contexts ex: scary or funny. SHOT 12 Camera
  49. 49. Take one shot at a time….
  50. 50. Point ofView “POV” SHOT 15 POV- the audience sees exactly what a character in a film sees. POV can be used to increases the audience’s emotional attachment to the character onscreen. A POV shot need not be the strict point-of-view of an actual single character in a film. Sometimes the point-of-view shot is taken over the shoulder of the character (third person), who remains visible on the screen. Sometimes a POV shot is "shared" ("dual" or "triple"), i.e. it represents the joint POV of two (or more) characters. Source:
  51. 51. Shot Number Shot Name Completed Location Take to keep/ Notes 1 Master/Establishing Shot 2 Full Shot 3 Medium Shot 4 Medium Close-Up Shot 5 Close-Up Shot 6 Extreme Close-Up Shot 7 Extreme Angle 8 Bird’s-Eye View 9 Low Angle 10 Depth Staging 11 Planar Staging 12 Pull Back Reveal 13 Contract Dolly 14 Collapse Dolly 15 Point of View “POV” 16 Dark Voyeur 17 Shadow 18 Follow Shot 19 Over the shoulder ShootingGalleryShotListPlanner
  52. 52. Free iBook available at: THE SHOOTING GALLERY JON CORIPPO
  53. 53. One Day Project
  54. 54. One Quarter Project
  55. 55. The stage: The year 2000 iPod not yet released: 2001 No Youtube: first date 2005 No Windows XP: first date 2001 No iPad: first date 2010 And yet, I had media-centric students
  56. 56. The “NO SWEAT” Fundraiser
  57. 57. THE VERY FIRST THING THEY MADE, WITH NO “Training” FROM ME.
  58. 58. The stage: The year 2002 “Volunteer”class 3.0 Average GPA: 2.1 Idea: Learn Literary devices via movies Solution? Blue iMacs and VHS players Something marvelous happened No Youtube: first date 2005
  59. 59. I had them take notes on specific Literary Devices in the films
  60. 60. VHS to DV HD issues
  61. 61. http://www.mediafestival.org/steal-this-festival.html DON’T JUST ENTER THROW YOUR OWN FESTIVAL
  62. 62. I don’t know. My best advice:
  63. 63. Jon Corippo jcorippo@cue.org @jcorippo Director of Academic Innovation

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