Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />2011 PAGE Summer Conference<br />June 3-5, 2011<br />Crowne Plaza®Atlan...
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Every Project Needs Marshmallows<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
I’m Okay, You’re Okay<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
A Mile in My Shoes<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
The Lingering Questions:<br /> Did my students really learn what they were supposed to learn?<br /> Am I satisfied with th...
The CPR of Reviving Projects<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Critique<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
“Let the Costume Do the Acting”<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Be Kind<br />Be Specific <br />Be Helpful<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
“Make it About the Brownies.”<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Reflections<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Mind, Body, and Soul:<br />A Literary and Historical Investigation into the Meaning of Music<br />Professional Association...
Driving Question: “How does music affect us, and how does it reflect societies and cultures?”  <br />Professional Associat...
The Entry Event:<br />“Get Out Your iPod”<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
Resources:<br />Whitfield Career Academy Elearn Site<br />The Buck Institute for Education<br />Edutopia<br />High Tech Hi...
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PAGE 2011 Summer Conference - Marshmallows and Brownies: Putting Rigor in Project-Based Learning - brown presentation

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This interactive session will focus on ways to implement rigor into the project-based learning approach to learning. Also, we will describe the "CPR" approach our faculty designed to revive struggling projects. We will conclude with an example of a project we redesigned to include higher levels of rigor and engagement.

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  1. 1. Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />2011 PAGE Summer Conference<br />June 3-5, 2011<br />Crowne Plaza®Atlanta Perimeter at Ravinia<br />Marshmallows & Brownies: Putting Rigor into Project – Based Learning<br />Eric White<br />Lindsey Ott<br />Tim Fleming<br />Phillip Brown<br />
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  23. 23. Every Project Needs Marshmallows<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  24. 24. I’m Okay, You’re Okay<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  25. 25. Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  26. 26. A Mile in My Shoes<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
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  29. 29. The Lingering Questions:<br /> Did my students really learn what they were supposed to learn?<br /> Am I satisfied with the students’ end products?<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  30. 30. The CPR of Reviving Projects<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  31. 31. Critique<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  32. 32. “Let the Costume Do the Acting”<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  33. 33. Be Kind<br />Be Specific <br />Be Helpful<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  34. 34. Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  35. 35. “Make it About the Brownies.”<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
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  39. 39. Reflections<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  40. 40. Mind, Body, and Soul:<br />A Literary and Historical Investigation into the Meaning of Music<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  41. 41. Driving Question: “How does music affect us, and how does it reflect societies and cultures?” <br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
  42. 42. The Entry Event:<br />“Get Out Your iPod”<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />
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  44. 44. Resources:<br />Whitfield Career Academy Elearn Site<br />The Buck Institute for Education<br />Edutopia<br />High Tech High<br />Stanford d.school<br />Professional Association of Georgia Educators<br />

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