“Welcome to this April post designed to look at the idea of technology and PBL. In my work at the BUCK Institute (BIE). I am often asked about the relationship of PBL and technology. This post is de...”
There are as many “right” ways to tackle PBL units as there are different kinds of kids, but there are eight essentials that can start you on the right foot. Here are the basics, and some simple ways...
Project-based learning continues to be misinterpreted as a single teaching strategy rather than as a set of design principles that allow us to introduce the philosophy of inquiry into education in an intelligent and grounded way.
Poster Maker, Pixtellerby Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com I love to fool around with images. I’ve written several articles about image editors, because I think they’re useful to both the adult readers of my blog, and their children/students.
Students do their best work when the audience is real, live or online. When their work will be seen and viewed by many people, the student knows the work matters, the work is of value, and that they should do their best. In the student’s mind, there is a distinction between turning something in for the teacher versus turning something in for the greater public. Schools engage students and promote deeper learning use the 4 P’s of next gen learning: posting, publishing, presenting, and portfolio.
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“The first thing I wanted to do was revise what makes something living alive. The reason for this is that Viruses aren't generally accepted as being a living thing, but instead of simply teaching t...”
When an author set out to tell a story in years past, he or she typically did so on paper, a typewriter or by typing at a computer But today, storytellers find imaginative ways to share their ideas with interactive and visual elements.
“This week we continued working with zoo animals and our kids have gone above and beyond our expectations. They created the perfect zoo for animals! This is the greatest aspect of doing project based learning (PBL's) with ...”
“How did you get your kids to do that?” It’s a question I often get from colleagues when they see a picture a student took in my digital photography class – a class I dub iPhoneography, as much for the ubiquitous accessory that many of my...
Both teaching and marking can take up a huge amount of a teacher’s day; the latter, in particular, especially tends to eat into supposed ‘free time’. Here, Manchester-based primary school teacher and blogger Amy Kingsley discusses one app that’s been invaluable for her literacy lessons.
“By: Amanda Nichols, BirdSleuth student intern Looking back on everything I was taught in school, I realize that a lot of things have changed from my primary school classes to today. The primary co...”
Buncee is one of my all-time favorite Web 2.0 tools for school. This is a fantastic simple to use site (w/ a drag-n-drop interface) for creating stunning presentations, projects, animations, eCards, and more.
“The great thing about any kind of project based learning — whether it involves game design or not — is that when students make meaning through creative articulations, they have to make active and intentional choices.”
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