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PBL @ Inaburra

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Deborah Williams

on 16 November 2014

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Transcript of PBL @ Inaburra

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ECG
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1. Significant Content
BOSTeS outcomes

Essential questions and concepts for your discipline
2. 21st century skills
How can we shift our students along the continuum of each of these traits?

Targetting 21st century skill/s

Mapping the 21st skills onto our scope and sequence

Explicit teaching for these traits

Genuine assessment
Redesigning curriclum for 21st century learners
PBL:
8 Essential Elements

Ways of thinking
critical
creative
reflective
metacognitive

Ways of working
collaboration
ICT
3. Driving Question


5. In depth Inquiry

multiple sources (beyond the textbook)
experimentation
data and evidence
student generated
6. Student Voice and Choice
Yes ... the girls need to have some points of choice ....

accountability
responsibility
working to strengths

topic ?
product ?
Processes and protocols for feedback and refinement;
opportunities to make it better!
7. Revision and Reflection
How can we ...

Why should we ...

Is there a place for ...

What do we need in order to...

Are we ready for ...
the project powerhouse ... robust enough to:
generate a strong 'need to know'
function as the project cornerstone
support an open-ended, complex product
8. Authentic Audience
Products and presentations for expert audiences beyond the classroom walls ...
Entry Event ...
It's got to be big!
role play / drama
website investigation
simulation / scenario
video
Scenario role play ...
CRITICAL FRIENDS PROTOCOL


an opportunity for:
feedback
reflection
revision
blogging to reflective prompts ...
4. Need to Know
...to create a product in response to the driving question
... student generated
... fluid and flexible
... rationale for teaching and inquiry tasks

Big Takeaways ....


genuine rather than 'dessert' projects
blending explicit instruction with student inquiry
project generates the 'need' to learn and understand this content
explicitly teach and assess 21st century skills
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