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PBL & Common Core

Northwest IL ROE PD Institute, June 2013
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Joy Bauman

on 4 August 2014

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Transcript of PBL & Common Core

Foundation
Defining Roles & Management
Community
Partnerships

Meeting the Challenge
Reflection
Developing Subject Matter Expertise
*Classroom
Experiences
Team Planning
Don't get stuck here!
DRIVING
QUESTION
Introducing a Driving Question
Project-Based Learning
21st Century Learning
& Common Core

Curriculum Specialist
& Staff Developer
Washington Academy
Belvidere CUSD 100
jbauman@district100.com
Joy Bauman
Outcomes
content knowledge
21st century skills
social skills
organization
community relationships
motivation
a need for more
Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.
-W. B. Yeats
The direction in which education
starts a man will determine his future life.
-Plato
"real
world
application"
Context
Who are
our students?
Flipping Bloom
Essentials of PBL
focus on significant content
develop 21st century skills
engage in in-depth inquiry
anchor to a guiding question
establish that felt-need
encourage voice & choice
REFLECTION, feedback & revision!
an authentic audience
Introducing a Culminating Challenge or Goal
Debriefing with Authentic Feedback
Common Core
ASSESSMENT
3 Critical Goals
Engaged
Learners
Student Responsibility
for Learning
Academic
Rigor
How do I grade this?
rubrics
journaling
21st century skills
cooperation
following directions
observations
questioning
research
safety
1. Constructivist questioning!
2. Encourage student intuition.
3. Let students build the problem.
4. Be less helpful.
5. Facilitate design thinking.

**creating a level playing field of intuition
**low risk/high return
Classroom
Environment
PBL
Tip
A traditional project...
personal meaning
educational purpose
real world application
units/themes
common core standards
benchmark assessments
learning targets
21st century skills
How can I design meaningful and effective classroom activities where students learn significant content and build 21st century skills?
Critical Friends
PBL Planner
Think about our own workspaces as adults.

GOAL: a space that is organized to facilitate 21st century learning
1. Develop BIG ?
2. Decide on end
3. Work backward
Teacher vs. Student
Control
What essential understanding is the goal?
Take the time to answer this now!
--> Preassess prior knowledge
-->Set students up for good reflection later
Higher-Level!
What role will Mars play in our future?
Could & should living on Mars be an attainable goal?
How are the actions of humans changing the environment?

Is the environment also changing us?
*an authentic assessment of performance that allows students to demonstrate learning
Introduce an Authentic Role
Design Brief:
parameters
materials
scenario
target audience
evaluation
estimated time line
You have a culminating event. Now plan backwards:
What knowledge needs to be acquired?
What skills need to be developed?
What experiences will provide students with hands-on practice & exploration?
*You are equipping your students to be able to answer or solve the guiding question/problem.
Teacher's Role:
Student roles/jobs should be authentic and important!
What will you manage? What will students manage?
TIME - BEHAVIORS - WORKSPACE
LONGEST part of PBL
The Culminating Event
Authentic audience:
local professional
special interest group
expert
college student
fellow teachers/admins
Remember: Students will need instruction & practice on designing appropriate presentations for a specific audience. Expectation should fit the age level.
authentic feedback from your audience
student reflection
peer reviewing
REVISION!
Utilize a 15-30 minute reflection: journal, class discussion, reflection form, etc.
Students should be more equipped to answer this now based on their PBL experience.

*Give them the opportunity to reexamine their first attempt at the question and celebrate the learning.
UTC Sundstrand
BCCD
RHS Davinci Surgery Team
Chrystler
Arizona State University/NASA
Illinois State University
NIBCA
Goals of Partnership:
student mentoring
teacher mentoring & planning
real-world examples
creating a purpose for learning
connecting with the community
expanding the "classroom" (bringing
the outside in)
Recommended Reading:
Students Taking Charge: Inside the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom (Nancy Sulla)
Curriculum 21 (Heidi Hayes Jacobs)
Collaboration & Comprehension: Inquiry Circles in Action (Harvey Daniels)
THIS is the GOAL!
Write down 3 things your students struggle with during group collaboration. How can you help them to develop this skill?
TEAM
We are preparing our future.
real world application
conceptual understanding
navigating vast information: a context for evaluating sources
OWN IT.
What about textbooks?
Feedback from the field:
#1 challenge: classroom management!
great approach for ELL
learn from your mistakes
loss of control won't kill you
start small
set realistic goals
admin/peer buy in is key
Brainstorming
Activity
http://gingerlewman.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/976/
Resources
http://jbaumanpbl.weebly.com
College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

Key Ideas and Details
inferencing
supporting ideas with details
determining themes and big ideas
discovering how individuals, events, and ideas develop & interact

Craft and Structure
determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings
analyze the structure of texts
assess how point of view or purpose shapes content and style

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words
evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, including the validity of the reasoning and relevance

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity
read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently
Students who are college and career ready...
demonstrate independence
build strong content knowledge
respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose & discipline
comprehend as well as critique
value evidence
use technology & digital media strategically & capably
come to understand other perspectives & cultures
MSIP
Now what??
classroom design
inform: admins, parents, peers, students
focus on BIG questions & high level thinking
connect with community
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