Problem and Project Based Learning

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EDP 332 Assignment 3.4
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Problem and Project Based Learning

  1. 1. PROBLEM & PROJECT BASED LEARNING BY: TORI KREUZ
  2. 2. PROBLEM BASED LEARNING • Students resolve complex models in realistic situations. • Team environment • Originated in medical education
  3. 3. PROBLEM BASED LEARNING • Students must “own” the problem – their contributions affect the outcome of solving the problem • Teaches are cognitive coaches – model higher order thinking skills
  4. 4. SIX STEPS TO PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
  5. 5. STEP 1 Present problem statement “ill-structured” problem or scenario to students should not have enough prior knowledge to solve it
  6. 6. STEP 2 List what is known
  7. 7. STEP 3 Develop a problem statement based on discrepant events, incongruities, abnormalities, or stated needs
  8. 8. STEP 4 List what is needed. Search online, in the library, or an our of class search.
  9. 9. STEP 5 List possible actions, recommendations, solutions, or hypotheses
  10. 10. STEP 6 Present and support the solution.
  11. 11. CONSTRUCTIVISM • Our understanding comes from our interaction with the environment. • Puzzlement is the stimulus for learning. • Knowledge evolves through social negotiation and evaluation of understanding.
  12. 12. WORLD WIDE WEB Provides context for a problem through news clips, pictures, and graphics. What caused this to happen?
  13. 13. PROJECT BASED LEARNING • In depth investigation of a subject. • Outside experts that supplement teacher knowledge. • Increases academic achievement. • Students retain information. • Increase collaboration and communication.
  14. 14. SEVEN COMPONENTS OF PROJECT BASED LEARNING
  15. 15. LEARNER CENTERED ENVIRONMENT Maximize student decision making and initiative
  16. 16. COLLABORATION Group decision making and peer feedback
  17. 17. CURRICULAR CONTENT Projects based on standards and clear stated goals
  18. 18. AUTHENTIC TASKS Connected to real world issues
  19. 19. MULTIPLE EXPRESSION MODES Use various technologies
  20. 20. TIME MANAGEMENT Plan, revise, and reflect on the learning
  21. 21. INNOVATIVE ASSESSMENT Ongoing process of documenting learning Teacher assessment, peer assessment and self assessment
  22. 22. COMPARISON PROBLEM BASED LEARNING PROJECT BASED LEARNING • Inquiry model • Production model • Driving force is the problem given • Driving force is the end product • Success is the solution to the problem • Skills acquired during the production
  23. 23. RESOURCES http://epltt.coe.uga.edu/index.php?title=Problem_Based_Instr uction http://www.cotf.edu/ete/teacher/teacherout.html http://www.ouwb.ohiou.edu/this_is_ouwb/papers/saveryduffy.pdf http://www.edutopia.org/project-based-learning-introductionvideo http://epltt.coe.uga.edu/index.php?title=Constructionism,_Le arning_by_Design,_and_Project_Based_Learning#ProjectBased_Learning_-_What_is_it.3F http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Project-based_learning

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