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Project-Based Learning Workshop Activities

Project-Based Learning Workshop Activities
Now that you've established the basics of PBL, you're ready for part two. On this page, you will find a wide range of activities that will get workshop participants thinking and talking about PBL. 1. Before watching a set of videos that demonstrate PBL at work, ask participants, "What questions do you have about good PBL projects that might be answered by looking carefully at a video of students working on a project?" Suggest that participants view the videos shown with particular questions in mind. 2. Choose a video from the following list to share with class participants, based on their grade level interest. After a brief small-group discussion and reflection, engage the larger group of participants in conversation about what they saw. "What steps did the students take to work on their project?"" Ask participants, "What do the experts have to say about the effectiveness of PBL activities?" 4. Ask participants, "What makes a project a good one?" In the What Is PBL About? 7.

Utilización en la teleformación del método de proyectos La flexibilización de las estructuras docentes implica nuevas concepciones del proceso de enseñanza y aprendizaje en las que se acentúa la implicación activa del alumno en el proceso de aprendizaje; la atención a las destrezas emocionales e intelectuales a distintos niveles; la preparación de los jóvenes para asumir responsabilidades en un mundo en rápido y constante cambio, y la flexibilidad de los estudiantes para entrar en un mundo laboral que demandará formación a lo largo de toda la vida. Esto lo hemos descrito reiteradamente al hablar de educación flexible reclamando nuevas estrategias didácticas en contextos de teleformación (Salinas, 1997; Cabero, 2002). Fue en 1918, cuando W.H. Un “proyecto” es para Kilpatrick “una actividad previamente determinada cuya intención dominante es una finalidad real que orienta los procedimientos y les confiere una motivación” (Kilpatrick, 1921).

Reflection in the Learning Process, Not As An Add On Is it personality? Are some people born with it? Can it be learned? I am talking about REFLECTION. At the beginning of the week, I had the opportunity to be part of a workshop during our pre-service ( we just returned from our summer break here in the Southern Hemisphere) with our ES Principal, MS Principal and HS Assistant Principal. The following ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS emerged out of the planning for this workshop How does student reflection impact student learning? Reflection is a meaning making process that moves a learner from one experience into the next with deeper understanding of its relationships with and its connections to other experiences and ideas.Reflection is a systematic, rigorous way of thinking, with its roots in scientific inquiry.Reflection needs to happen in community, in interaction with othersReflection requires attitudes that value the personal and intellectual growth of oneself and others. I know that most teachers acknowledge the role of reflection in learning. 26.

Over 25 Links Uncovering Project Based Learning Resources On The Web Welcome to this first in a series of PBL Mania Posts. For the next few weeks I am celebrating Project Based Learning by hosting a webinar at Edtech Leaders Online, and by presenting a PBL session at the NICE Conference in Chicago. In this post I will introduce you to some awesome places on the web containing some of the very best PBL resources. Before reading, please take a moment to subscribe to this 21centuryedtech Blog by email or RSS and also give me a follow on Twitter at mjgormans. You will not want to miss this series or future posts involving STEM, Flipping the Classroom, Technology Integration, Common Core, and 21st Century Skills, So Sign Up Now! As always… thanks and have a great week. – Mike Gorman (21centuryedtech) Welcome to the land of PBL knowledge. BIE – BUCK Institute BIE – Also known as the BUCK Institute for Learning. BIE Videos – What Is PBL Video – A great collection of videos that demonstrate PBL and its best practices. West Virginia Teach 21 PBL Learning Reviews

77 Educational Games and Game Builders I'm often asked if I know of any games for subject "x," "y," or "z" for a particular grade level or age group. My answer is usually yes, but I need to search my archives. Therefore, I've gone through my archives and dug up many of games that I've mentioned over the last four years that are still active online. Consider this my humongous list of educational games. 1. Kids Spell provides eight free games that help students learn to spell more than 6,000 words. 2.Spin and Spell has been featured on a number of blogs over the last year. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. the World Food Programme's website offers students a large selection of educational online games and activities. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56.

Hangout Recap: Managing Projects in Elementary Schools For this week’s Hangout, we were joined by BIE Curriculum Development Manager Gina Olabuenaga, and elementary school teachers Kelly Reseigh, who has mainly used PBL with 2nd graders, and 4th-grade teacher Kevin Armstrong to discuss how they manage the implementation of projects in their elementary school classrooms. We focused on the following Driving Question: How do we manage projects effectively in an elementary classroom? Here were some of the highlights: Question 1: What is the role of classroom culture in managing a project? Our guests agreed that classroom culture is very important in PBL, and offered these tips for building it: Allow students to help facilitate Morning Meetings to practice skills they can use in a project. Question 2: How do you handle the lack of independence in primary? Question 3: How do you collaborate with others outside of your classroom to support project work? Question 4: What does Project Based Learning look like in an elementary classroom? Key Takeaways

LANTERNFISH: ESL Games and Game Boards The ESL game boards found on this page are in the form of Microsoft Word documents. It may take a few second to open. Just click, print, and photocopy. Word Skills: Review synonyms, antonyms, beginning sounds, ending sounds, middle sounds, and rhymes. Guess What: Practise the word skill of saying what things are using relative clauses such as a person who, a place where, a time when, and a thing that. Super Quiz Games: Jeaopardy-style quiz games that teachers can customize with a click! Elementary School Science: Comprehension and vocabulary questions for grade 2-4 elementary school science. What Do You Want to Do: Teach concepts vocabulary about things that kids typically want like to do such as playing a game or doing a puzzle. Content Questions: Kids answer content questions like What do seeds need to grow? Opposites: A great vocabulary review for about 60 common opposite pairs. Categories Intermediate: Students name 3 examples of a category. Phonics Board Games: Say and Spell It

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This is a workshop model for teachers. We could possibly use some of the activities during professional development. by jdinkins Mar 16

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