Diese Präsentation wurde erfolgreich gemeldet.
Wir verwenden Ihre LinkedIn Profilangaben und Informationen zu Ihren Aktivitäten, um Anzeigen zu personalisieren und Ihnen relevantere Inhalte anzuzeigen. Sie können Ihre Anzeigeneinstellungen jederzeit ändern.
The Reflective Teacher's
Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
Presenter: Suzie Boss @suzieboss
Guests: Scot Hoffman @bombayscot
...
Today’s Reflective Guests
Scot Hoffman @bombayscot Mike Reilly @cdatlhs
American School of Bombay Center for Design and Te...
"We do not learn from
experience . . . we
learn from reflecting
on experience.“
~John Dewey
“If anyone's thinking
we can't do real things
with kids, I'm telling you
you're wrong.”
~Rich Lehrer
Brookwood School, MA
Reflective teachers
ask…
What can we do
with this?
How is this used in
the world outside
the classroom?
https://tuvalabs.com
www.planet.com
www.chronozoom.com
http://education.maps.arcgis.com
“During PBL, students go through a progression
of activities—questioning, investigating, making
sense of what they discove...
@tweenteacher
Heather Wolpert-Gawron
Go hog wild designing PBL that
will spark your own excitement
to teach. That alone wi...
Borrow Heather’s 3(+) Steps for PBL Design
1. Design toward what you love. Think about your own interests and
the interest...
Do you invite peer feedback?
And do you ask for specific feedback?
• How will this project help students connect to the big ideas
of my curriculum or d...
“I am a fan of the
assessment that
doesn’t smell like an
assessment.“
~Paul Bogush
blogush.edublogs.org
Do you listen for student input?
“I suggested flipping the usual grading
formula, and putting more emphasis on
process and...
Do you think critically about audience?
What do you want from audience?
• Technical feedback (i.e., pitch session with exp...
What helps you observe/listen?
“I’ll bet there are
3 or 4 versions
beneath this one.”
Do you allow time for feedback/revision?
Do your students
benefit from expert
feedback?
What helps teachers get comfortable with
PBL? Let’s hear from Scot about PBL
prototypers.
ASB's Research and Development Department
explores, studies, prototypes, researches, and scales
new teaching and learning ...
Exploring
Studying
Prototyping
Researching
Linger in the Problem Zone
•Deeper Consideration
•Breakthrough insights
Bank Your Learning
• Understand catalysts and inhibitors
• Claim your insights
• Tell your stories
Schoolwide assessment language is “a gift for kids. If
you have common rubrics, students don’t have to
figure out the rule...
How do you build a PBL culture? Let’s hear from
Mike about CDAT and Gwinnett County.
30  300  10,000
"You need to know how what you're learning fits into
the world. This program fosters in kids how you
interact on a project...
Your Turn!
Which tools and strategies
help you and your
students reflect on
learning across the arc of
a project?
Tweet yo...
Think about it…
“If someone proposed combining measures of height,
weight, diet, and exercise into a single number or mark...
How do you assess for….
• Product?
• Process?
• Progress?
Tools to help you assess product...
Student products answer
the driving question (and
demonstrate content
mastery of Civic...
Tools to help you assess process...
• Uses techniques such as
brainstorming and mind
mapping to generate
several original ...
Tools to help you assess progress...
https://trello.com
Where will you go next?
(Don’t forget post-project reflection.)
Let’s Cross Paths
@suzieboss
suzieboss@gmail.com
Scot Hoffman: @bombayscot
Mike Reilly: @cdatlhs
#pblchat Tuesdays, 5-6 p....
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL
Nächste SlideShare
Wird geladen in …5
×

ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL

13.606 Aufrufe

Veröffentlicht am

Presenter: Suzie Boss
Guests: Scot Hoffman, American School of Bombay, and Mike Reilly, CDAT program at Lanier High School, Gwinnett County, GA

Veröffentlicht in: Bildung, Technologie
  • If you are looking for trusted essay writing service I highly recommend ⇒⇒⇒WRITE-MY-PAPER.net ⇐⇐⇐ The service I received was great. I got an A on my final paper which really helped my grade. Knowing that I can count on them in the future has really helped relieve the stress, anxiety and workload. I recommend everyone to give them a try. You'll be glad you did.
       Antworten 
    Sind Sie sicher, dass Sie …  Ja  Nein
    Ihre Nachricht erscheint hier
  • My brother found Custom Writing Service ⇒ www.HelpWriting.net ⇐ and ordered a couple of works. Their customer service is outstanding, never left a query unanswered.
       Antworten 
    Sind Sie sicher, dass Sie …  Ja  Nein
    Ihre Nachricht erscheint hier
  • I pasted a website that might be helpful to you: ⇒ www.WritePaper.info ⇐ Good luck!
       Antworten 
    Sind Sie sicher, dass Sie …  Ja  Nein
    Ihre Nachricht erscheint hier
  • Don't ask yourself if you can afford the "Demolisher" Betting System. Ask yourself if you can afford NOT to! ■■■ https://bit.ly/2TSt66k
       Antworten 
    Sind Sie sicher, dass Sie …  Ja  Nein
    Ihre Nachricht erscheint hier
  • Sex in your area is here: ❶❶❶ http://bit.ly/39sFWPG ❶❶❶
       Antworten 
    Sind Sie sicher, dass Sie …  Ja  Nein
    Ihre Nachricht erscheint hier

ISTE 2014: The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL

  1. 1. The Reflective Teacher's Tips and Tools for Guiding PBL Presenter: Suzie Boss @suzieboss Guests: Scot Hoffman @bombayscot Mike Reilly @cdatlhs ISTE14 ~ June 30, 2:15 p.m. Resources: tinyurl.com/pzjclg3
  2. 2. Today’s Reflective Guests Scot Hoffman @bombayscot Mike Reilly @cdatlhs American School of Bombay Center for Design and Technology Mumbai, India Lanier High School, Georgia
  3. 3. "We do not learn from experience . . . we learn from reflecting on experience.“ ~John Dewey
  4. 4. “If anyone's thinking we can't do real things with kids, I'm telling you you're wrong.” ~Rich Lehrer Brookwood School, MA
  5. 5. Reflective teachers ask… What can we do with this? How is this used in the world outside the classroom?
  6. 6. https://tuvalabs.com
  7. 7. www.planet.com
  8. 8. www.chronozoom.com
  9. 9. http://education.maps.arcgis.com
  10. 10. “During PBL, students go through a progression of activities—questioning, investigating, making sense of what they discover, asking more questions, and doing more research—until they emerge with new understanding.” ~Reinventing PBL (Boss & Krauss)
  11. 11. @tweenteacher Heather Wolpert-Gawron Go hog wild designing PBL that will spark your own excitement to teach. That alone will undoubtedly hit many requirements. Targeted reflection might just reach some more.
  12. 12. Borrow Heather’s 3(+) Steps for PBL Design 1. Design toward what you love. Think about your own interests and the interests of the age group you teach. 2. Look back at the Common Core Standards. 3. Fill in the gaps + Find someone to partner with who might share your interest in your project. It's vital we collaborate. It's vital that we open our doors and utilize the strengths of a team. tinyurl.com/owslqpm
  13. 13. Do you invite peer feedback?
  14. 14. And do you ask for specific feedback? • How will this project help students connect to the big ideas of my curriculum or discipline? What will students take away from this experience? • Am I building on students’ interests? • Will this project build disciplinary ways of thinking/investigating/knowing?
  15. 15. “I am a fan of the assessment that doesn’t smell like an assessment.“ ~Paul Bogush blogush.edublogs.org
  16. 16. Do you listen for student input? “I suggested flipping the usual grading formula, and putting more emphasis on process and reflection. Well, when I said that, some students said, ‘Yay!’ and others said ‘Oh, no.’ So I asked them why, and then told them I’d need to go away and think about it.” ~ Karen Fish, American School of Bombay
  17. 17. Do you think critically about audience? What do you want from audience? • Technical feedback (i.e., pitch session with experts) • Response or action (i.e., voter education night) • Cultural celebration, honoring community members Who’s the audience for “real-world” version? • Documentary film, red carpet night • Historical exhibit, museum • Book release party, author chat • Science exhibition, testimony How can technology connect students with authentic audience?
  18. 18. What helps you observe/listen?
  19. 19. “I’ll bet there are 3 or 4 versions beneath this one.” Do you allow time for feedback/revision?
  20. 20. Do your students benefit from expert feedback?
  21. 21. What helps teachers get comfortable with PBL? Let’s hear from Scot about PBL prototypers.
  22. 22. ASB's Research and Development Department explores, studies, prototypes, researches, and scales new teaching and learning approaches, practices, and systems that advance relevant learning in an accelerating change environment.
  23. 23. Exploring Studying Prototyping Researching
  24. 24. Linger in the Problem Zone •Deeper Consideration •Breakthrough insights
  25. 25. Bank Your Learning • Understand catalysts and inhibitors • Claim your insights • Tell your stories
  26. 26. Schoolwide assessment language is “a gift for kids. If you have common rubrics, students don’t have to figure out the rules for six different teachers.” ~Bob Lenz, CEO Envision Learning Network “Know. Do. Reflect”
  27. 27. How do you build a PBL culture? Let’s hear from Mike about CDAT and Gwinnett County.
  28. 28. 30  300  10,000
  29. 29. "You need to know how what you're learning fits into the world. This program fosters in kids how you interact on a project, how you approach a problem, how you look at knowledge as integral to experience.” ~CDAT Adviser Blake Lewin
  30. 30. Your Turn! Which tools and strategies help you and your students reflect on learning across the arc of a project? Tweet your response: #iste14 Or add to Padlet: http://tinyurl.com/iste14pbl
  31. 31. Think about it… “If someone proposed combining measures of height, weight, diet, and exercise into a single number or mark to represent a person's physical condition, we would consider it laughable. How could the combination of such diverse measures yield anything meaningful? Yet every day, teachers combine aspects of students' achievement, attitude, responsibility, effort, and behavior into a single grade that's recorded on a report card—and no one questions it.” ~Tom Guskey, “Five Obstacles to Grading Reform,” Educational Leadership
  32. 32. How do you assess for…. • Product? • Process? • Progress?
  33. 33. Tools to help you assess product... Student products answer the driving question (and demonstrate content mastery of Civics): How might we improve the process of applying for U.S. Citizenship?
  34. 34. Tools to help you assess process... • Uses techniques such as brainstorming and mind mapping to generate several original ideas for the product(s) • Carefully evaluates the quality of ideas • Selects the best idea to shape into a product
  35. 35. Tools to help you assess progress... https://trello.com
  36. 36. Where will you go next? (Don’t forget post-project reflection.)
  37. 37. Let’s Cross Paths @suzieboss suzieboss@gmail.com Scot Hoffman: @bombayscot Mike Reilly: @cdatlhs #pblchat Tuesdays, 5-6 p.m. Pacific #goldstandardpbl Google Doc with links from today: tinyurl.com/pzjclg3

×