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PBLi Project Based Learning Inquiry & Innovation. Dr. Joan Mazur Dr. Gerry Swan University of Kentucky College of Education P-20 Innovation Lab Department of Curriculum & Instruction May 16, 17, 18, 2012 Mayfield Kentucky .

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pbli project based learning inquiry innovation

PBLiProject Based LearningInquiry & Innovation

Dr. Joan Mazur

Dr. Gerry Swan

University of Kentucky

College of Education P-20 Innovation Lab

Department of Curriculum & Instruction

May 16, 17, 18, 2012

Mayfield Kentucky

the big idea where s the fit for pbl defining and situating
The Big Idea – Where’s The Fit for PBLDefining and Situating

Exploring Terms Associated with PBL

Inquiry

Problem-based Learning

Project-based learning

inquiry
Inquiry

Inquiry ALWAYS begins with a QUESTION

(interrogatives anyone?)

Four Levels of Inquiry (Banchi, 2008; Herron, 1971)

  • Confirmation
  • Structured
  • Guided
  • Open
problem based learning
Problem-based Learning

Involves Inquiry (a Question)

Goal: To Solve a Problem

May or May NOT involve a project

Product: A solution (multiple solutions possible)

project based learning
Project-based Learning
  • Inquiry – Involves a Question
  • Usually involves addressing multiple problems in the course of the inquiry
  • Anchored in making/doing/producing a Product
  • Product Presented to Panel/External Experts
  • The Product MATTERS to external audience
  • Must be an AUTHENTIC endeavor
service learning
Service Learning
  • Is Project-Based Learning
  • Project is generated by the outside audience
  • Community relevant – problem is community based
  • Can often be leveraged for opportunities for external funding
  • Product Presented to Panel/External Experts
  • Must be an AUTHENTIC endeavor (more on this tomorrow).
the instructional core
The Instructional Core

What students do in the learning process

What teachers do to facilitate learning

What is the level and complexity of the content

nxgl attributes can be used in many combinations to change the core
NxGLAttributes can be used in many combinations to change the core

Anytime/Anywhere

S

Mastery Learning

T

Student Voice

Systems of Support

Knowledge & Skills

C

Personalized Learning

what are your connections
What are your connections?

Anytime/Anywhere

S

Mastery Learning

T

Student Voice

Systems of Support

Knowledge & Skills

C

Personalized Learning

i zone changes to the core
I-Zone = Changes to the Core

S

The most powerful applications involve intersections of changes

The sweet spot

T

C

not all changes are equal
Not all changes are equal

S

S

Not all IZone efforts have to be equally spread across the three areas.

T

C

T

C

S

C

An IZone should involve some change in each area even if it’s a secondary focus. For example, take the common core rollout…….

…..If you just increase the complexity of the content without changing what students and teachers are doing will you achieve the results you want?

T

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ReferencesBanchi, H. & Bell, R. (2008). The many levels of inquiry. Science and Children, October 2008: 46, 2.Herron, M.D. (1971). The nature of scientific inquiry. School Review, 79(2): 171-212.

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