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A Detailed Visual Guide To Distributed Project-Based Learning - Edudemic

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In an effort to help those teachers out, Katie and I found a fabulous new visual diagram that's all about which apps and tools go with the different parts of distributed project-based learning.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, August 1, 2013 8:00 AM

This infographic looks at Project Based Learning (PBL) and divides it into three main sections:

* Organize and co-ordinate work

* Build background knowledge & inspire

* Co-design *making*

The second and third areas are then decided to more clearly deliniate the areas each covers. The last final two sections provide more specific concepts of what it required and also one or more suggestions of tech tools that will assist the process. There are additional groupings as shown in the infographic above.

More and more teachers are engaging in some form of PBL and this visual may serve as a great base to help create a strong foundation and provide ideas of technology tools that might assist in the process.

Chris Carter's curator insight, August 1, 2013 11:53 AM

Gets better with each look.

JennaMRyan's curator insight, November 27, 2013 3:04 PM

http://www.edudemic.com/a-detailed-visual-guide-to-distributed-project-based-learning/

 

I really like this resources because it shows where students are getting information for their projects.  The projects are learned through resources that are distributed across many different fields, websites, and search engines.  This allows students to engage in many different types of content curation sites.  Google and skype are a few examples of resources.  The visual is broken up into instant learning and coalitious segments showing how some sites are good for overlapping purposes.  This is an interesting view of PBL sources.

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A Better List Of Ideas For Project-Based Learning

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At TeachThought, we’re huge fans of project-based learning.

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Dr Pam Hill's curator insight, October 8, 2013 3:32 PM

This article has a long list of helpful links to other sites that will make preparing PD more efficient.  Enjoy!

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Online Course: Project-based Learning in the Flipped Classroom

Online Course: Project-based Learning in the Flipped Classroom | Project Based Learning | Scoop.it

Explore instructional strategies for implementing the flipped classroom approach to support a learner-centered, project-based approach to learning to liberate your face-to-face time in the classroom. Implications for classroom management, effective assessment, problem-solving and collaboration to improve student motivation and engagement in the classroom. Put the flipped model into context with brain-based learning research.

 

This course is an approved elective in the Master of Science in Education online degree program. NOTE: You may enroll in this course to meet your goals for professional development, license renewal, or to complete graduate credits and transfer the credit to another university.


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Patti Griffiths Bryant's curator insight, September 10, 2013 3:34 PM

Flipping - flipping - flipping.

Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, August 16, 2014 9:55 PM

Kay Lehmann's online classes are always superb.


Don't miss this one! .  

Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, August 21, 2014 1:30 AM

If you want online training for a flipped classroom here is a link.

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The Difference Between Projects And Project-Based Learning

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The Difference Between Projects And Project-Based Learning

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Greg Alchin's curator insight, November 4, 2013 5:25 AM

"They have clarified the difference between projects and project-based learning before. Projects are about the product, while project-based learning is about the process.

Yenoch Ng's curator insight, February 13, 2014 1:27 PM

This article provides helpful guidelines that describe how projects are different from project-based learning, since it is easy for me to confuse the two. It helped me realized that projects are not based on the real world tasks, but students dive into real world tasks and issues. Additionally, these guidelines will help me form project-based learning ideas for my future students.

Stacey Jackowski's curator insight, February 19, 2014 7:57 PM

Making a poster is not project based learning.  Choosing an engaging and thought provoking topic, relating it to the real world, using creativity.........now that sounds more like it.  I remember every year in elementary school picking a topic of interest and completing a science fair project.  I also remember the engaging process of completing the project, displaying and explaining my project to my peers and teacher, and even winning a couple ribbons in the science fair.  While this is not exactly what Project Based Learning is, it is similar and I have fond memories of learning that way.  I am excited to learn more about what exactly Project Learning is and how to design and implement projects with my future students.

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Mashing Genius Hour With Project-Based Learning - Mind/Shift

Mashing Genius Hour With Project-Based Learning - Mind/Shift | Project Based Learning | Scoop.it

"“Miss, it’s reading period,” one student reminded me.

 

That’s the one period a week we all read together. This week, though, we’re a bit behind.

 

“Well,” I said, we have to finish this section, and if we have reading period today, we will have to finish the section tomorrow…” my voice trailed off. Genius Hour was scheduled for the next day. Genius Hour is a relative of Project-Based Learning that allows students to work on a subject of interest to them."

 


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A Better List Of Ideas For Project-Based Learning - TeachThought

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At TeachThought, we’re huge fans of project-based learning.

 

While there is no magic bullet of practice, program, or framework that automatically produces progressive and effective learning, what makes project-based learning exceptional is its flexibility. As it is, first and foremost, simply a curriculum planning tool, so much other “good stuff” that can support learning (game-based learning, learning simulations, place-based education, self-directed learning, etc.) can all be “embedded” in project-based learning.

 

With PBL, there is no “either/or” proposition: anything from open-ended,

play-based learning to data-driven, research-based instructional environments can all use PBL effectively."


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JennaMRyan's curator insight, December 11, 2013 8:16 PM

This article is from TeachThought and they are huge fans of PBL.  This article says PBL is first and foremost simply a curriculum planning tool so other games and learning simulatinos can all be embedded in PBL.  There's no one size fits all way to appoach PBL but there are several great resources to help you along.  The article claims the heart and soul of PBL is genious of great project ideas including the purpose and audience of the project.  The following are a few of the items they suggest: create an interactive family tree from living family members, design an app, solve the problem of negative news, help local businesses increase environmental sustainability, dissect hte anatomy of viral web content and plan an MArs colony using current data from the MArtian landscape and atmosphere.

 

This resources seems to differ from the article Establishing a PBL Friendly Culture because it seems to say you can implement PBL in a classroom by having the kids do projects.  The other source I currated about Projects v. PBL would also be opposed to several notions mentioned in this article.  It looks like this resources give some awesome suggestions for great project ideas which it says is the heart and soul of PBL, so I will definily reference this resource in the future when I'm struggling to come up with ideas, but the philosophy behind the article seems slightly flawed compeared to the two articles previously mentioned.  I really liked this article for the ideas for projects.