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Paul Beaufait

PBL Pilot: Matching PBL With Traditional Grading | Edutopia - 22 views

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    "Editor's Note: Matt Weyers and co-author Jen Dole, teachers at Byron Middle School in Byron, Minnesota, present the fifth installment in a year-long series documenting their experience of launching a PBL pilot program."
Nigel Coutts

Personal Passion Project - Reflections After Eight Years - 22 views

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    For the past eight years students in Year Six at Redlands have participated in a Personal Passion Project during Term Four. It is a way to finish their time in Junior School with a project that connects their passion with all they have learned about managing inquiry/design based projects to that point.
Nigel Coutts

Why I built a wooden periodic table in my spare time. - 17 views

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    Just over two years ago a group of teachers decided there Science Lab needed a signature piece to promote an interest in scientific inquiry. Inspired by a display at Questacon they embarked on a project to create a display to showcase the Periodic Table. After a three month journey into cabinetry and problem solving it is ready and this is the story of how it was made and why.
Michele Rosen

EdTechTeacher | Rubrics for Assessment - 100 views

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    This page provides brief explanations and an impressive menu of links to resources and tools for assessing and providing feedback to learners on technology-supported activities and projects. Categories include: Rubrics for Assessment - General Rubric Generators Assessing … Blogging Assessing Coding & Gaming Assessing Graphic Organizers Assessing Podcasts Assessing Technology & Social Media Assessing Video, Screencasting, and Digital Storytelling Projects Assessing Websites/Digital Portfolios Assessing Wikis
Dimitris Tzouris

Tackk in the Classroom - 50 views

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    Very good article.
Judy Robison

The Innovative Educator: Group work doesn't have to suck - 37 views

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    "Editor's note: Group work can suck because teachers sometimes do a poor job of giving credit where credit is due. Innovative educator Diana Laufenberg has some thoughts on how to make group work better. "
Judy Robison

The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture for Tinkering and Maker Education « U... - 48 views

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    " a model of teaching and learning based on experiential education. It is a model in which authentic, often hands-on, experiences and student interests drive the learning process, and the videos, as they are being proposed in the flipped classroom discourse, support the learning rather than being central or at the core of learning."
Tero Toivanen

Project Based Learning - 66 views

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    "Welcome to PBL-Online, a one stop solution for Project Based Learning! You'll find all the resources you need to design and manage high quality projects for middle and high school students."
Jose Luis Cabello

Digital Storytelling Classroom Project: ePals Global Community - 36 views

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    Standards 
jordi guim

PBL - 28 views

shared by jordi guim on 26 May 10 - Cached
Jason Heiser

Compass - 17 views

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    Human Rights ideas
Vahid Masrour

Project Fun Way: When Project Learning and Technology Meet | Edutopia - 43 views

  • But the Web is different; it's everyman's encyclopedia. "I gave them specific questions to look up," says MacLean, noting that she had already searched to make sure the answers were there and were understandable and accurate. "They could open their laptops and get it right then, and I would move on to the next activity."
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      keys to a methodology of web exploration for elementary and middle school (at least)?
  • When coupled with professional development, the one-to-one laptop program demonstrably improves student learning. But the amount of instruction that teachers receive is also lopsidedlopsided. The state offers webinars and a training staff, but not all schools make use of them.
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