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CEP812 Wicked Problem Project


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Created by Dianne Stemen, an elementary teacher at Ann Arbor Learning Community in Ann Arbor, MI.
Published Aug. 18, 2011
This was created as a final project to our Educational Technology Certificate program at Michigan State University. I had to identify a need in my classroom (a hands-on activity that could be used as an assessment tool) for which I had to find a creative way to solve the problem with the integration of a digital technology tool (Glogster EDU). We were limited to 10 slides for our presentation.

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CEP812 Wicked Problem Project

  1. 1. Problem<br />Project<br />by Dianne Stemen<br />
  2. 2. Tangible Representation<br />Differentiation<br />CRITERIA FOR SOLUTION<br />Fun & Motivating<br />Tap Into Their Creativity<br />Written Element<br />Little Set-up<br />
  3. 3. Solution<br />
  4. 4. Old Fashion Posters<br />
  5. 5. ARE THEY MOTIVATED?<br />
  6. 6. TPACK MODEL<br />SWEET SPOT<br />TK = online posters with Glogster EDU<br />PK = assess student knowledge<br /> through hands-on activity <br />CK = all content areas<br />
  7. 7. SCAFFOLDING<br />
  8. 8. November &<br /> December<br />Glogster tutorial<br />explore<br />“All About Me” glogs<br />learn<br />Technology workshops<br />create<br />Classroom wiki<br />
  9. 9. ASSESSING THE<br /> LEVEL OF SUCCESS<br />~Daily Anecdotal Records of<br /> Participation<br />~Plotting Scores From <br /> Pre-tests, Tests, Conferences<br />~Four Science Units<br />
  10. 10. WICKED<br />For more on TPACK and how it addresses the wickedness of digital technology when integrated with the traditional educational setting, please visit:<br /><br />