Compare to Katie Salen's approach in Quest to Learn: http://www.macfound.org/videos/152/ Create a need to know. Create a context where the kids have to learn how to do something. Create a context where kids need to share knowledge, ideas, skills. Build in a need to share and a context to do so. Create ways for kids to export their knowledge outside of their immediate environment.
When the Deepwater Horizon oil well exploded in the Gulf of Mexico earlier this year, teachers across the country recognized an opportunity to bring real-world applications of math and science into their classrooms."
The following blog post was written by Eye On Education's Senior Editor, Lauren Davis. The Common Core State Standards place an emphasis on process... (@changeequation: Project-based learning, problem-based learning, or inquiry-based learning?
The research shows that it is possible to move from a pedagogy of abundance to a pedagogy that supports human beings in their learning through the active creation of resources and learning places by both learners and course facilitators. This pedagogy is based on the building of connections, collaborations, and the exchange of resources between people, the building of a community of learners, and the harnessing of information flows on networks.
General capabilities, a key dimension of the Australian Curriculum, are addressed explicitly in the content of the learning areas. They play a significant role in realising the goals set out in the Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians (MCEETYA 2008) that all young people in Australia should be supported to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals....
You can transform your classroom. While there are many approaches to project-based learning, we have had the most success with the model our team developed -- a model called "The Seven Phases of a Project Cycle." Each and every one of our instructional units is designed using these seven phases.
Jenny Luca, popular edtech blogger, teacher and librarian, describes her first foray into project based learning in her English classroom. (Aussie teachr/librarian @jennyluca ventures into Project-Based Learning.
Venture into PBL! The buzzing minds will keep you going~! : )
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