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Reflection from Day 1. One thing that you remember from yesterday?. BIE video – PBL – concept Edutopia video – actual PBL in school-setting. Principles of a a good PBL. Select content area. Issue / problem – (gap: status vs desired; entry event/ scenario).

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Reflection from day 1

Reflection from Day 1

One thing that you remember from yesterday?


Reflection from day 1

  • BIE video – PBL – concept

  • Edutopia video – actual PBL in school-setting


Principles of a a good pbl

Principles of a a good PBL


Reflection from day 1

Select content area

Issue / problem – (gap: status vs desired; entry event/ scenario)

What do you want to do about it? (driving question)

Project objectives, target audience

Target outputs

What (general) activities should be done?

What skills and knowledge are needed? Roles?

Learning objectives?

Which subject area/s or discipline/s should be involved?

Workplan


Agenda day 2

Agenda: Day 2

Session 4: PBL Activity System Design

  • Introduction to learning activity design for PBL

  • Collaboration

  • Groupwork and Presentation: Activity System Design

    Session 5: ICT-PBL Integration

  • Introduction to appropriate online/offline ICT tools/resources for PBL and collaborative learning

  • Hands-on Activities and Groupwork

    Session 6: Assessment in PBL

  • Introduction to assessment in PBL

  • ICT tools for assessment

  • Hands-on Activities and Groupwork


How to design project based learning activity system design

ICT in Education, APEID

UNESCO Bangkok

How To DesignProject Based Learning:Activity (System) Design


Overview

Overview

  • PBL Activity (System) Design

  • Lesson plan design

  • Learning objectives, timeline, instructional strategies, resources, roles

  • Group work

  • group presentations (10 minutes max)


Pbl activity design

PBL Activity Design

  • You are to design an “Activity System”, not just an activity.

Learning Materials (textbook, ICT, etc)

Teacher

Learning objectives

Learning

outcome

Rules of interaction

Facilitation

Students

Roles


Pbl activity design1

PBL Activity Design

What if you do not pay attention to one or more of the elements?

Confusion, frustration, and loads of challenges!

Learning Materials (textbook, ICT, etc)

Teacher

Learning objectives

Learning

outcome

Students

Rules of interaction

Facilitation

Roles


Reflection from day 1

STEP 5. Activity System Design (for teachers)


Reflection from day 1

Select content area

Issue / problem – (gap: status vs desired; entry event/ scenario)

What do you want to do about it? (driving question)

Project objectives, target audience

Target outputs

What (general) activities should be done?

What skills and knowledge are needed? Roles?

Learning objectives?

Which subject area/s or discipline/s should be involved?

  • Workplan:

    • Specific activities? Dependencies?

    • Timetable?

    • Who should be involved?

    • What resources are needed?

    • Deliverable at each phase (based on message, target audience, etc.)?

    • How to assess progress and evaluate achievement of targets?


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Time frame

Phases / Key Steps


Students involvement

Students’ Involvement


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STEP 5. Activity System Design (for teachers)

Interim outputs (per project phase)


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Why Collaborative Learning?

Whydo you think working together (collaboration) is an important skill? What would students benefit from working together?


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Some Benefits of Collaboration


Reflection from day 1

Collaboration

How??

Contribution of talents / expertise?

Combination of ideas?

Working together

Deciding together?

With whom?

In what way?

To what extent?

Delegation of tasks?

Provide feedback?

Exchange information?


In what ways

In what ways?

  • Sharing ideas

  • Research

  • Peer mentoring

  • Project management

  • Producing an output (product or performance)

    • Collective/Collaborative writing

    • Campaign/Exhibit materials

    • Movie production

    • Etc.


In what ways1

In what ways?

Implications on types of interactions, resources, roles


Challenges in collaborative learning

Challenges in Collaborative Learning

What do you think would be the challenges in collaborative learning?

Keep monitoring your students’ progress!!!!


Reflection from day 1

Principles for Successful Collaborative Learning (with/out ICT)

  • Have a sound plan! (and talk about it)

    • Clarify parameters, assumptions, and learning goals

    • Parameters: participants, processes, timetable, expected outputs

    • Discuss implications

  • Pedagogy first then choose technologies!!!!

  • Set up roles (especially for beginners in PBL)

  • Discuss and agree on rules of engagement

  • Agree on evaluation rubrics

  • Have students reach consensus before taking any action

  • Encourage participation by showcasing interactions / outputs

  • Reflection, reflection, reflection! (you and your students)


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Your Role in Collaboration

What would be your role in this kind of collaborative learning?


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STEP 5. Activity System Design (for teachers)

In what ways?


Role of teachers

Role of Teachers


Reflection from day 1

STEP 5. Activity System Design (for teachers)


Resources outputs

Resources / Outputs

Newspaper

Books

Magazines

Worksheets

Map

Encyclopedia

TV, radio, movies

Classmates, teachers, family

Local Officials, Experts, Craftsmen

People from the community

CDs, tapes, reels

Internet

Tools

Funds

Space

Journal

Mindmap

Graphic organizer

Survey

Report

Poster

Leaflet

Newsletter

Story

Song / Jingle

Script & Drama presentation

Movie

Hypo-allergenic Herbal Soap

Environment-friendly Loi Krathong

School Garden design

appropriate & relevant


Resources outputs1

Resources / Outputs


Reflection from day 1

Malaysian Traditional Games


Advice from the field

Advice from the field


Your task

Your task

  • Break your project and learning objectives into small tasks/steps.

  • Fill out the activity plan template (Step 5) and collaboration plan (Step 6).

  • Don’t forget that you are designing an ACTIVITY SYSTEM!

  • Upload your lesson plan table to the wikispace

  • group presentations


Short presentation

Short presentation

  • Title/ Theme

  • Learning Objectives and Target Students

  • Project Objectives and Target Audience

  • Brief Description

  • Activity Plan (key steps)


Reflection from day 1

Thank you…

  • JonghwiPark [email protected]

  • Mel Tan [email protected]

  • www.unescobkk.org/education/ict

  • Images from:

  • N. Sockalingam’s presentation file

  • http://biankawoolf.wordpress.com/

  • http://www.uwc.org/uwc_education/curriculum/students_aged_216.aspx

  • http://educatorssquare.blogspot.com/2011/06/graphic-organizer-student-output.html

  • Report on “Malaysian Traditional Games”

  • Report on “Tradition and Heritage: Attractive Guangzhou and Architecture in South China”


Reflection from day 1

Essential Elements of PBL

Webinar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pou61mRWzlE


8 essentials for pbl bie

8 Essentials for PBL (BIE)

  • curriculum-based

  • student is motivated - interest is engaged and inquiry is encouraged (via entry event); meaningful

  • to focus efforts on a purpose/ challenge

  • Open-ended to allow learning to take place

  • real-world connection

  • self-regulated problem solving/ decision-making: level to depend on readiness and style

Significant Content

A Need to Know

A Driving Question

Student Voice and Choice

  • collaboration, communication, critical thinking, use of ICT

  • encouraged to be open, generate questions, hypothesize/test ideas, draw conclusions, produce new solution

  • regular structured reflection & formative assessment (self and others) , able to revise based on feedback

  • summative assessment

  • reflect on and defend process and outputs; mixed “real” audience

21st Century Skills

Inquiry and Innovation

Feedback and Revision

Publicly Presented Product

Source: http://www.bie.org/tools/freebies/8_essentials_for_project-based_learning;


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