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Common core, technology, & pbl final

  1. 1. Do you see Common Core as “just refilling a bucket”?
  2. 2. I will do it because the state says I have to..
  3. 3. Are technology applications partof Common Core??
  4. 4. "Inquiry-driven and project-based learningmakes sense for todays learners because itgives them the opportunity to connect the workthey do in school with the larger world aroundthem. We must stop saying that school is"preparation for real life" and acknowledge thatschool is real life for the kids while they are init. Project-based learning allows that to happenin powerful, meaningful ways.“Chris Lehman
  5. 5. The Common Core Standards
  6. 6. 3rd GradeRI.3.5 - Use text features and search tools (e.g.keywords, sidebars, hyperlinks) to locate informationrelevant to a given topic efficiently.W.3.8 - Recall information from experiences or gatherinformation from print and digital sources; take briefnotes on sources and sort evidence into providedcategories.
  7. 7. 4th GradeRI.4.7 - Interpret information presented visually, orally, orquantitatively (e.g. in charts, graphs, diagrams, timelines,animations, or interactive elements on Web pages) andexplain how the information contributes to anunderstanding of the text in which it appears.W.4.6 - With some guidance and support from adults, usetechnology, including the Internet, to produce andpublish writing as well as to interact and collaborate withothers; demonstrate sufficient command of keyboardingskills to type a minimum of one page in a single setting.W.4.8- Recall relevant information from experiences orgather relevant information from print and digitalsources; summarize or paraphrase information in notes andfinished work, and provide a list of sources.
  8. 8. 5 ‍ th GradeRI.5.7 - Draw on information from multiple print ordigital sources, demonstrating the ability to locate ananswer to a question quickly or to solve a problem efficiently.W.5.6 - Conduct short research projects to answer a question(including a self-generated question), drawing on severalsources and generatingadditional related, focused questions that allow for multipleavenues of exploration.W.5.8 - Gather relevant information from multiple print anddigital sources, using search terms effectively; assess thecredibility and accuracy of each source; and quote orparaphrase the data and conclusions of others whileavoiding plagiarism and following a standard format forcitation.
  9. 9. 6th GradeW.6.7- Conduct short research projects to answer a question, drawing onseveral sources and refocusing the inquiry when appropriate.W.6.8- Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources;assess the credibility of each source; and quote or paraphrase the data andconclusions of others while avoiding plagiarism and providing basicbibliographic information for sources. 7th GradeW.7.7- Conduct short research projects to answer a question, drawing onseveral sources and generating additional related, focused questions for furtherresearch and investigation.W.7.8- Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources,using search terms effectively; assess the credibility and accuracy of eachsource; and quote or paraphrase the data and conclusions of others whileavoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation.
  10. 10. 8th GradeW.8.7- Conduct short research projects to answer aquestion (including a self-generated question), drawingon several sources and generating additional related,focused questions that allow for multiple avenues ofexploration.W.8.8- Gather relevant information from multiple printand digital sources, using search terms effectively;assess the credibility and accuracy of each source; andquote or paraphrase the data and conclusions of otherswhile avoiding plagiarism and following a standardformat for citation.
  11. 11. 9th-10th Grade (9-10) 7. Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer aquestion(including a self-generated question) or solve a problem; narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate; synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. (9-10) 8. Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digital sources, using advanced searches effectively; assess the usefulness of each source in answering the research question; integrate information into the text selectively to maintain the flow of ideas, avoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation. 11th-12th Grade (11-12) 7. Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer aquestion (including a self-generated question) or solve a problem; narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate; synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation. (11-12) 8. Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digitalsources, using advanced searches effectively; assess the strengths and limitations of each source in terms of the task, purpose, and audience; integrate information into the textselectively to maintain the flow of ideas, avoiding plagiarism and overreliance on any one source and following a standard format for citation.
  12. 12. Mastery Connect App/Widget Get the App for your iPhone or Droid; Embed the Widget on your web site. Example of embedded widget
  13. 13. TN Core Web Site 0
  14. 14. Why Project Based Learning?
  15. 15. Combining CCSS, technology, and project based learningsounds like a lot of work. How will it help my students? 0 Interdisciplinary Learning 0 Collaboration 0 Promote Inquiry 0 Support Self-Directed Learning 0 Motivate 0 Target a Variety of Learning Styles
  16. 16. More Reasons for PBL0 PBL Helps Students Develop Skills for Living in a Knowledge-Based, Highly Technological Society0 PBL Asks a Question or Poses a Problem That Each Student Can Answer0 PBL Asks Students to Investigate Issues and Topics Addressing Real-World Problems While Integrating Subjects Across the Curriculum
  17. 17. Where do I start?0 Start with an Essential Question based on Common Core Standards0 Design a plan for the project. Include students in this planning process. Integrate as many projects as possible.0 Create a schedule with benchmarks.0 Monitor student progress along the way.0 Create rubric to assess learning outcomes.0 Evaluate the overall effectiveness of the project and make adjustments.
  18. 18. A few extra bits of help…0 Biggest mistake in PBL is designing a smorgasbord of activities across the curriculum and trying to fit in the standards.0 Launch with a bang0 Set the scene0 Importance of Visual Prompts0 Launch Field Research0 Invite Guest speakers
  19. 19. PBL Resources
  20. 20. Buck Institute
  21. 21. 0 The Buck Institute has a searchable data base of more than 450 projects for learning.0 Project Based Learning “freebies” from Buck Institute can be found at Project Based Learning Online Planner: West Virginia Center for Project Based Learning — Learning Review List of Projects — Lesson-Plans.html0 Other Resources:0 PBL Online – Another PBL site that works as a cooperative effort of BIE, Boise State University, and Edutopia.0 4teachers – Home of age-appropriate, customizable project checklists for written reports, multimedia projects, oral presentations, and science projects.
  22. 22. 0 Intel – While Intel is a large company… this link points to a division that focuses on PBL. Intel is worth a visit for some great ideas and resources.0 New Tech Network – New Tech is an outstanding group of high schools that are dedicated to PBL in the curriculum.0 High Tech High School – High Tech is another high school network growing across the United States using PBL as a model for reform.0 Global Schoolhouse - Whether you’re just starting out, or ready for advanced levels — this tutorial will help you to implement collaborative, project-based learning on the Internet.0 Project Foundry – Any school investigating PBL must take a look. It is the last of my Land Of PBL only because it does carry a cost. Project Foundry is an online learning management and student portfolio system that allows innovative educators to scale authentic, integrated, individualized learning. It really works well in a connected online environment. You will find that this fee-based system includes integration with online tools such as Google Apps and Moodle.0 Challenges of Assessing Project Based Learning from the District Administrator Magazine – Article
  23. 23. The Teaching Channel
  24. 24. Learn Zillion
  25. 25. Resources and Ideas for Integrating Technology
  26. 26. Tech Tutorials0 When introducing new technology skills to students through PBL, it is a good idea to provide an online technology tutorial. (See example here)0 Can collaborate with media specialists, technology teachers, older students to help with this.
  27. 27. 1st Grade Community Project
  28. 28. 1st Grade Community Project Tools Used 0iPad Camera and Video 0Sonic Pics App 0Publish to You Tube0Publish to School & District Web sites 0Used by Visitor’s Bureau
  29. 29. 8th Grade Constitution Project0 Essential Question - Is the US Constitution a living, working document?0 Project Description - Students will assume the role of Constitutional scholars who have been hired to summarize the Constitution for new citizens who are preparing to take the American citizenship test and represent the American system of government in a meaningful manner. As part of this task, they will be assigned a group, and are expected to produce a product that encapsulates the ideals and principles of the American democracy with blogs and assignments about the Bill of Rights.
  30. 30. Tools for Constitution Project 0 Wallwisher ( 0 iPad Apps – My Constitution and Show Me 0 Blog for discussion – Edublogs 0 Thinglink (Examples of Thinglink)
  31. 31. 6th Grade ELA/SS Project0 The intention of this PBL activity was to extend the students’ recent SS/LA project they created for the SS Fair. Students developed a project for SS, along with writing a Process Paper for LA, explaining their projects.0 Teacher introduced project with an avatar.0 Students used online tools to publish a storyboard of the project.
  32. 32. Tech Tools for ELA Project0 Storyboard That(Example fromspecial needsstudent)0 VokiExample of a Voki
  33. 33. 6th Grade Science Project 0 Essential Question - What big ideas guide human understanding about the origins and structure of the universe, Earth’s place in the cosmos, and observable motions and patterns in the sky? 0 Guest lecture from UT Physics/Astronomy Dept. to kick off “SPACE NIGHT” at the school. Will include families to view space with telescopes.
  34. 34. Tech Tools for Science Project 0 Distance Learning – Virtual Field Trip to NASA 0 Online Research including instruction on effective search practices 0 IWB and Active Vote technology for formative assessment 0 Video Conference with UT Physics/Astronomy Dept. 0 Student Blogging 0 Video for parents on completed projects
  35. 35. 8th Grade Mouse Trap Project
  36. 36. 8th Grade Mouse Trap Project
  37. 37. Tech Tools for Mousetrap0 Prose Point0 Read, Write, Think Printing Press0 Newspaper Clipping Generator
  38. 38. Mooresville ELA Project
  39. 39. Mooresville ELA Project0 As a summative assessment on a literature unit, students created multi-media presentations from the viewpoint of a character in their novel study.0 Had to select five different media to create pages/playlists using the persona of their character.0 Examples were Fakebook page, Twitter feed, Pinterest Board, Words with Friends game, Kindle Reading List, Pandora playlist, etc…0 Allows creativity and truly stretches the thinking through application.
  40. 40. Technology Tools for PBL
  41. 41. Why Should Students Blog?0 Creating positive digital footprints0 Practice communicating with digital tools0 Transparency of curriculum for school/home connections0 Helps students learn about managing web tools0 Builds effective digital citizenship0 Pride in work – writing for a global audience
  42. 42. Ideas for Class Blogs0 Classroom newsletter0 Daily lessons0 Showcase projects (photos and videos)0 Book reviews written by students0 Collaborative writing assignments0 Create KWL activity0 Data collection0 Posting visual writing prompts0 Book club0 The New York Times Common Core Lessons
  43. 43. Blog Hosting Sites0 Edublogs – Free educational blog hosting for teachers and students0 – A great starting site to get a taste of blogging, very easy to use.0 Kidblog – Simple, safe blogging for students0 School web sites0 Edmodo – Safe, free, online social network
  44. 44. Digital Storytelling & Book Trailers0 Windows Movie Maker – creating digital movies0 iMovie - creating movies0 Animoto – creating videos0 Netvibes – blogs, videos, and photos0 Kerpoof – illustrate writing and videos0 Fluxtime – animated videos0 Stupeflix – creating videos0 Photopeach – creating videos
  45. 45. Interactive Posters/Presentations0 Glogster – interactive posters using video, music, and documents0 Flickr – image sharing0 Google Docs – spreadsheets, word processing, surveys, and presentations0 Open Office – spreadsheets, word processing, and presentations0 Pinterest – Online pinboard0 Beesclip – Digital Scrapbooks0 Zoho – spreadsheets, word processing, and presentations0 VoiceThread – images, documents, and videos (Examples)0 ccMixter – music0 Wordle – vocabulary cloud0 – Infographics0 – Infographics
  46. 46. Audio/Video Podcasts0 Audacity – audio recorder and editor0 iTunes – music, videos, and podcasting0 Garageband – audio editing and recording0 Free Music Archive – music0 Vocaroo – voice recording0 ButtonBeats – create music online0 Incompetech – royalty free music
  47. 47. Collaborative Sharing0 Wikispaces– Class Wiki or Currate Information0 Twitter – All0 Livebinders – Sharing resources or summarizing learning0 Skype – Book Trailers and Presentations0 Dropbox – File Sharing0 Class Blog – All0 VoiceThread – Interactive Posters/Presentations0 School Tube – Videos0 YouTube – Videos0 Vimeo – Videos
  48. 48. Infographs0 Easelly create and share visual ideas online.0 PiktoChart create and share visual ideas online.0 Tableau Public more sophisticated - free download software0 Many Eyes more sophisticated - online use with registration.0 Wordle - “Word clouds” that give greater prominence to words that appear more often.0 Hohli - online cart builder0 Creately - online diagrams0 StatWorld - Interactive, downloadable maps on an amazing range of data0 Any Graphic design platform ex. PowerPoint, Publisher, or Serif Draw Plus (free download)0 Online Graphic Design tools such as Sumopaint, Glogster0 Screen Capture - if you cant download an image
  49. 49. Global Projects0 ontPage0
  50. 50. Math Projects0 Reframe the term "Real Life" Math - redefining the word "problem”0 Pick or Make the Appropriate Time – choose a unit that takes more than a week or two.0 Pick a Standard with Easy Real-Life Application – don’t design a project to fit a standard. Let the standard dictate the project.
  51. 51. Math Projects0 Google Sketch Up Teacher Guide0 Yummy Math0 Project Based Learning in Math0 Illuminations from NCTM
  52. 52. QUESTIONS?
  53. 53. Final Resources0 Common Core Tech Projects0 The Teacher’s Tech Lounge0 Common Core Page from Teacher’s Tech Lounge