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Sara Wilkie

Project Based Learning: Explained. - YouTube - 0 views

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    "The Buck Institute for Education commissioned the cutting-edge advertising agency, Common Craft, to create a short animated video that explains in clear language the essential elements of Project Based Learning (PBL).

    This simple video makes the essential elements of PBL come alive and brings to light the 21st Century skills and competencies (collaboration, communication, critical thinking) that will enable K-12 students to be college and work-ready as well as effective members of their communities."
Sara Wilkie

Project-Based Learning vs. Problem-Based Learning vs. X-BL | Edutopia - 0 views

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    "At the Buck Institute for Education (BIE), we've been keeping a list of the many types of "_____- based learning" we've run across over the years:

    Case-based learning
    Challenge-based learning
    Community-based learning
    Design-based learning
    Game-based learning
    Inquiry-based learning
    Land-based learning
    Passion-based learning
    Place-based learning
    Problem-based learning
    Proficiency-based learning
    Service-based learning
    Studio-based learning
    Team-based learning
    Work-based learning

    . . . and our new fave . . . "
Sara Wilkie

Schoology Blog | Schoology - 0 views

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    "Jennifer Symington, the Leader of Pedagogy at at the All Saints Catholic Girls College in Liverpool (Sydney), Australia. Teaching 12-16 year old students geography, English, math, history, and science, Jennifer has used Schoology for two years in her integrated studies course where she blends all the aforementioned subjects. Her video is a shining example of the incredible power of technology to foster global learning."
Sara Wilkie

Diving Into Project-based Learning: Brainstorms |Philip Cummings - 0 views

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    "I knew where I wanted the question to lead but decided I was more committed to giving my students a voice than I was to accomplishing my project idea. I wanted our projects to be about "work that matters," but it needed to matter to the students not just me. I wanted their project-based learning to stem from their own empathy."
Sara Wilkie

Diving Into Project-based Learning: Designing the Rubric |Philip Cummings - 0 views

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    "Perhaps the most difficult aspect of project-based learning for me was figuring out how I was going to assess it. I'm sure some teachers love assessing and marking student work, but honestly, I'm uncomfortable with most grading and scoring. I appreciate feedback and I don't mind giving feedback, but I hate reducing it to a letter, number, or score. To me, it undervalues the learning."
Sara Wilkie

Diving Into Project-based Learning: Our Need to Know |Philip Cummings - 0 views

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    "Once the students had selected a topic from our over-arching theme of civil/human rights, and I had a rubric, it was time for the real work to begin. We started our project-based learning by making a list on the board of things we know about the topic followed by a list of things we "need to know." Basically, we completed the K and W of our KWL chart (PDF)."
Sara Wilkie

Diving Into Project-based Learning: Our Inquiry |Philip Cummings - 0 views

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    "I decided to use the teacher console on Diigo to create groups for each of my classes. I used handouts and tips from Bill Ferriter's Digitally Speaking Wiki to get everything set up and explain to the student how I wanted them to find, annotate, and share resources and information. (I highly recommend Bill's resources. They saved me a ton of time.)

    The students had used Diigo for research on a project during a previous school year so I thought with Bill's handouts and the boys' previous experience we were in good shape to begin. I soon learned differently. We have a 1:1 laptop classroom and the boys have a natural tendency to head straight to Google any time they have a question, but it was obvious after the first day that they weren't finding the quality resources they needed. Additionally, some boys still didn't know (or forgot) how to share to a group while others didn't know how to write a quality annotation. I had assumed too much. They needed what Mike Kaechele calls a "teacher workshop" on searching for information and on how to use Diigo. They needed me to model what they should do."
Richard Fanning

Practical PBL Series: Design an Instructional Unit in Seven Phases | Edutopia - 1 views

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    Seven-step process for planning problem-based learning experiences.
Richard Fanning

Educurious - 4 views

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    "Educurious™ is on a mission to reduce our nation's high school dropout rates. Our project-based curriculum connects students to real issues they care about and equips them with the lifelong learning skills for success."
Richard Fanning

Project Based Learning - 2 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.
Sara Wilkie

Classroom Guide: Top Ten Tips for Assessing Project-Based Learning | Edutopia - 1 views

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    "This classroom guide is intended to inspire and expand your thinking about effective assessment for project-based learning.

    The tips are organized to follow the arc of a project. First comes planning, then the launch into active learning, and then a culminating presentation. Reflection is the final stage. Download this today and get started! "
Sara Wilkie

FreshBrain - 2 views

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    Ideas for project based learning
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