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Il Project Based Learning nella scuola: implicazioni, prospettive e criticità | Riotta | Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug-in installed (for example, a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader). If you would like more information about how to print, save, and work with PDFs, Highwire Press provides a helpful Frequently Asked Questions about PDFs. Alternatively, you can download the PDF file directly to your computer, from where it can be opened using a PDF reader. To download the PDF, click the Download link above. Fullscreen Fullscreen Off This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society | ISSN (online) 1971 - 8829 | ISSN (paper) 1826 - 6223 © 2014 Je-LKS - Italian e-Learning Association (SIe-L).

Project Planner Project Based Learning | BIE Project Planner Sign In Forgot Password? Sign Up By logging in, you agree to BIE's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Company About BIE What is PBL? Resources Blog Documents Videos Project Search Project Planner Google Hangouts Webinars Recommended for Teachers for Principals for District Leaders for Coaches for Gold Standard PBL Read Watch Interact Services Services Overview Core Services PBL Institutes Systemic Services Events Request Info Shop Books Curriculum The Power of a Project Often discussed in conjunction with service learning, inquiry-based learning, or problem-based learning, project-based learning is becoming a very popular and highly-effective pedagogical tool for teachers. Although it refers to much more than the mere creation of a project, PBL is used in a multitude of ways and in a wide variety of educational settings. Most teachers and schools opt to employ PBL as a means of engaging learners in critical thinking and hands-on approaches to learning new content. How is PBL Different from a Basic Thematic Unit Plan? Although the overall purpose of PBL is the integration of multiple subjects into one project, it is not simply a bunch of lessons based on one topic, culminating in a project at the end. Here are some specific ways in which PBL differs from other types of teaching methods: Examples of Successful Projects The term project-based learning is used in many ways, and teachers have varying opinions on what exactly constitutes a project.

TwinSpaces - Home The main aim of this project is to explore pupils’ potential and discover their talents. Helping children to discover what they are good at promotes healthy self-esteem and is essential to their future success. The children need to try many things before they gravitate toward a set of skills that involve their own abilities, therefore we will create opportunities for kids to explore different objects, activities and people. Un’esperienza multidisciplinare di Project Based Learning Collaborativo con Moodle e Cloud (*) | A cura di: Giuseppe Fiorentino ( - Accademia Navale di LivornoDaniela Rotelli e Maria Accarino (, Laboratorio di Cultura Digitale, Università di Pisa (* peer reviewed) Si presenta un’esperienza di Project Based Learning Collaborativo (PBLC) realizzato nell’A.A. 2012/13 con gli studenti del corso di Tecnologie per la Didattica, insegnamento del Corso di Laurea in Informatica Umanistica dell’Università di Pisa. Il progetto si è concretato nella realizzazione di un corso Moodle di (auto) formazione sulla grammatica italiana, una sfida stimolante per chi era alle prime armi con gli strumenti e i metodi dell'e-learning, ma anche un’attività interdisciplinare che ha valorizzato le competenze informatiche e umanistiche del che il CdL promuove. Keywords: Project Based Learning collaborativo, raccordo scuola-università, auto-formazione, blended learning, Moodle. 1. 2. 2.1. 2.2. a. b. c. d. e. 3. 3.1. a. b. c. d. 4.

PBL Mania … Online Planning Form, Free Webinar, Edmodo Community, Twitter Chat Night, New Conference, And More Welcome to another post which is the start to a series I know you will enjoy. On Wednesday, January 25 I will be presenting a webinar on Integrating PBL and Technology for Ed Tech Leaders On-line. It will be a must see webinar for anyone interested in PBL. I will also be presenting this topic in Chicago at the NICE Conference on January 28 and will soon be facilitating an ISTE online PBL course incorporating the NET-S standards. Below, you will find some amazing tools and some great opportunities. The BUCK Institute (BIE) presents the On-line PBL Project Planner BIE Electronic Online PBL Planning Site - The BUCK Institute has created an awesome place to plan your PBL Unit. EdTech Leaders Online Presents: Free PBL Webinar: Connecting Technology and PBL – by Michael Gorman Webinar Link Info – Please join me for this special free webinar. Click here to get more webinar information and how to join me – Thanks! BIE Creates a PBL Community Of Close To 3000 PBL Enthusiasts – Join Now! Like this:

11 Essential Tools For Better Project-Based Learning by Katre Laan from The rise of technology used in classrooms has made learning much more interactive. The emergence of iPads to browser-based tools in project-based learning, take teaching to a new level in the 21st century. For students, the core aim of project-based learning is to put theory into practice and gain new skills throughout the process. A major advantage of digital tools used is better engagement in the classroom. Browser-based tools and several apps used in education are especially useful for researching, storytelling and collaborative video making. Handy mobile devices allow students to be inspired when outside classroom by creating and sharing ideas and creations instantly. Especially in the case of project based learning, the passive ‘teacher tell students’ teaching has turned to a more ‘hands-on’ approach with students finding the best ways to present their own results. Here is a mini guide to some of the project based learning tools. 1) Mindmeister

TwinSpaces - Pek, the Traveller Flea, is an eTwinning project (which is part of Comenius, the EU program for school learning). The final result is a comic made among several European schools, published in all their languages, in PDF, web and paper. In edition #3 take part teachers and students from: ☼ IES San Clemente, Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain) ☼ IES Miguel Ángel González Estévez, Vilagarcía de Arousa (Galicia, Spain) ☼ Escola Secundária de Gama Barros, Cacém (Sintra, Portugal) ☼ IES Rey Don García, Nájera (, Spain) ☼ Lycée Louis Blériot, Trappes (France) ☼ Střední škola průmyslová a umělecká, Hodonín (Czech Republic) ☼ Liceo Classico "S. ☼ I.S.I.S. ☼ SOU "Georgi Izmirliev", Gorna Oryahovitsa (Bulgaria) ☼ The National Secondary School of Humanities and Arts Konstantin Preslavski, Varna (Bulgaria) ☼ Kerimbey İlköğretim Okulu, () The project’s aims are: → To know about European places and languages. → To learn to create stories in a collaborative way and how to convert them into comics. Work process:

Your Edu Action - L'azione di educare ed imparare Cos’è il project based learning? Il PBL è un approccio all’insegnamento che pone maggiormente l’accento sull’apprendimento da esperienze complesse, orientate verso il raggiungimento di uno scopo o di un obiettivo specifico, al contrario dell’approccio accademico tradizionale che promuove la memorizzazione meccanica di molteplici nozioni alienate dai loro usi concreti nel mondo reale. L’obiettivo che si pone il PBL è quello di fornire alle giovani generazioni gli strumenti mentali necessari per far fronte alla complessa e mutevole natura dell’economia basata sull’informazione che dovranno prepararsi ad affrontare. La scuola ti ha mai insegnato come verificare, dubitare e mettere in discussione ogni fonte di informazione? Nelle aule attuali, gli studenti lavorano a compiti semplici in cui è importante innanzitutto la memorizzazione di brevi definizioni; lavorano da soli, scrivono solo per l’insegnante, e raramente fanno delle presentazioni. Le competenze di cui si parla sono: Conclusioni

Summer PD: How to Build a Calendar for Project-Based Learning This post originally appeared on Edutopia, a site created by the George Lucas Educational Foundation, dedicated to improving the K-12 learning process by using digital media to document, disseminate, and advocate for innovative, replicable strategies that prepare students. View Original > Teachers want to know what the day-to-day looks like. I know I do. After generating great project ideas, I want to know exactly what my day-to-day looks like. There is a pitfall there. “The project went longer than I thought.” “I forgot a lesson, or didn’t think that the students would need it.” These all stem from rushing too quickly to the calendar. Begin with the End in Mind Look at the products students are creating. Open Your Filing Cabinet Please, please, please don’t reinvent the wheel. Plug and Play This is the most gratifying step, because now, building the physical calendar is easy. It’s a Reframe We’ve all been there.