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Telannia Norfar

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Project-Based Learning for Digital Citizens | Edutopia - 0 views

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    A major award! I'm honoring them for stepping outside the comfort zone of the school system that they have been subject to for most of their lives, authoring their own learning, and in the process, enjoying it. However, this transition did not come easily, and it took them some time to adjust to this format. 
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Ten Takeaway Tips for Teaching Critical Thinking | Edutopia - 1 views

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    Suggestions from educators at KIPP King Collegiate High School on how to help develop and assess critical thinking skills in your students.
Joanna Sanders

What Does Successful Project-Based Learning Look Like? | Edutopia - 0 views

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    The end of the school year provides educators with opportunities to reflect: blogger Bob Lenz used his time to create a working definition of project based learning.
Gloria Becker

How to Build a Calendar for Project-Based Learning | Edutopia - 5 views

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    Teachers build a Calendar for Project-Based Learning.
Ruth Howard

Project Assessment Alternatives - Classroom 2.0 - 1 views

  • I am interested in hearing alternate approaches to assessing projects other than using rubrics. I want to  begin moving away from rubric use, as I have experienced students tend to work to satisfy the rubric rather than focus on the process of learning (isn't a rubric just another way of answering the student question "What do I need to do to get an A on the project?").  While a rubric can be constructed so as to avoid prescriptive language, and consequently prescriptive projects, they then become less effective in assessing the project overall. Further, I am hoping to encourage a more "learning for it's own sake" environment, rather than learning to get a grade as described by the rubric. Is anyone using pure narratives/personal reflections as the sole project assessment tool?  If so, what are students asked to write? Personal reflections on what was learned through the project? Summary of project goal achievement? What are you looking for in the narratives as evidence of true learning?
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    Nikos Theodosakis Across Curricular learning for meaning - lesson ideas morphing art, cooking,microcredit social ventures, geography,languages, gardening, science, seed saving, entrepreneurial,global social sciences education
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    Kim Cofino - awesome Educator and Blogger - RSS Must read!
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