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John Pearce

The Research Safari - Home - 0 views

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    During your time at school you will complete many projects and research assignments that require you to find and use information from a variety of sources - many of which will be online. Sometimes, however, searching on the web can feel like you are lost in a jungle of information? You may feel overwhelmed and ask yourself the following questions...
    Where do I start?
    Where am I going to get the information I need?
    How do I know what is 'good' information?
    Which are the best websites for this assignment?
    Well, the Research Safari is designed to help you navigate your way through the 'jungle of information' to help you create a dynamic assignment.
John Pearce

Inquiry Learning | MindShift - 6 views

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    MindShift Magazine have collected these articles related to Inquiry Learning
John Pearce

Hacking the Classroom: Beyond Design Thinking | User Generated Education - 1 views

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    "Design Thinking is a great skill for students to acquire as part of their education.  But it is one process like the problem-solving model or the scientific method.   As a step-by-step process, it becomes type of box.  Sometimes we need to go beyond that box; step outside of the box.  This post provides an overview of design thinking, the problems with design thinking, and suggestions to hacking the world to go beyond design thinking."
John Pearce

Project-based learning at the RCH | RCH Education Institute The Royal Children's Hospital - 3 views

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    "The Royal Children's Hospital provides a unique environment for student learning. The Education Institute has started the new year with a fantastic program of project-based learning to engage students in meaningful learning experiences with real world relevance."
John Pearce

Apps for CBL||Challenge Based Learning - 6 views

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    Appitic has collated this set of apps which can be used in Challenge Based Learning. The apps are listed according to the CBL stages
John Pearce

Does Your EQ Pass the Google Test? | The Thinking Stick - 3 views

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    "Creating good Essential Questions is difficult but so rewarding when you get the right one. In the age of Google where knowlege is so quickly accessible, I think educators could use Google to see just how good their Essential Question is. Am I asking a question that Google can answer?"
John Pearce

Do you know your CBL from your PBLs?!? - 3 views

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    "At my school it has become time to formally institute a new curriculum structure that best suits the needs of our 21st century students. But which pedagogical approach do we go with? Or rather, should the question be, which acronym do we go with? There's IBL or EBL (Inquiry Based Learning or Enquiry Based Learning, depending on which brand of English you prefer), CBL (Challenge Based Learning), and an awful lot of PBLs (including Project Based, Product Based, Problem Based, Play Based, Passion Based and Process Based Learning!)."
Shelly Terrell

How to Turn Your Classroom into an Idea Factory | MindShift - 1 views

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PBLU.org | Making Projects Click - 5 views

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    The Buck Institute for Education (BIE) received a generous grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to help promote and provide deeper learning opportunities for teachers and students.  Recognizing that 11,000 teachers will participate in BIE's 3-day PBL 101 workshop in 2012, the Hewlett Foundation helped BIE expand its professional development resources and expertise online.  Now BIE can work with every school and every teacher through PBL University (PBLU).
John Pearce

IMSA's PBLNetwork - 1 views

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    To advance the mission of the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (www.imsa.edu) , the Academy established the PBLNetwork in 1992.




    IMSA's PBLNetwork engages in PBL professional development, research, information exchange, curriculum development and networking in K-16 educational settings.




    The goals of IMSA's PBLNetwork are:




    To mentor educators in all disciplines as they design and develop effective problem-based learning (PBL) materials and become skillful coaches in K-16 classrooms and other educational settings.
    To explore problem-based learning (PBL) strategies as the context in which knowledge is acquired, ethical decision-making is nurtured, and problem-solving skills are developed with learners of all abilities.
    To connect problem-based learning (PBL) educators through numerous networking options designed to meet a variety of needs.
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