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The Dream Project - Project Based Learning

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Kimberly Hyun

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Transcript of The Dream Project - Project Based Learning

The Dream Project
Project Based Learning

What is Project Based Learning (PBL)?
- PBL is a DYNAMIC approach to TEACHING in which STUDENTS explore REAL-WORLD problems and challenges.

-Students are INSPIRED to obtain a DEEPER KNOWLEDGE of the subjects they are learning.
The Dream Project in Action
The Dream Project
The Dream Project
-The
DREAM

PROJECT
is a grade K-12 educational program that
EMPOWERS
students to
DISCOVER
and
INVENT

SOLUTIONS
to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

-The
DREAM PROJECT
is committed to
BRIDGING CULTURES
and
CONNECTING YOUTH
by utilizing media, arts and technology within a curriculum that uses the United Nations Millennium Development Goals as a
PROBLEM SOLVING
and
EMPOWERMENT
platform.

-Their
MISSION

is to inspire students, teachers, and parents to
SEE
themselves and
RELATE
to one another as
LEADERS
that embody
GLOBAL RESPONSIBILITY
,
COMPASSION
, and a
DESIRE
to create a
WORLD
that works for
EVERYONE.
- Each grade level has a DIFFERENT United Nations Millennium Developmental Goal
(8 goals total)

-Students complete 1 project at the end of each trimester for a total of 3 projects a year
-Trimester 1: Past
-Trimester 2: Present
-Trimester 3: Future
PBL Continued...
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