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Week 2. Reading Take-Aways. Which of the four C’s do you think is most critical for student preparation for PJL? Why? How does a driving question facilitate PBL? Describe the roles of voice and choice in PBL. Describe the purpose of the driving question in PBL. Definitions.

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Reading take aways

Week 2

Reading Take-Aways

  • Which of the four C’s do you think is most critical for student preparation for PJL? Why?

  • How does a driving question facilitate PBL?

  • Describe the roles of voice and choice in PBL.

  • Describe the purpose of the driving question in PBL.


Reading take aways

Definitions

Cooperative Learning - shared projects

Collaborative Learning -

  • interactive process to achieve outcomes that couldn’t be achieved independently

  • a way to construct knowledge or negotiate meaning, solve problem through mutual engagement in coordinated effort using internet and other electronic communications


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Obstacles

Planning and support for collaboration

Skills (interpersonal: giving and receiving criticism, other

Space – class and on-line spaces

Resistance/skepticism

  • inequitable distribution of tasks

  • group composition

  • one person does most of the work

  • don’t trust others’ level of work

  • need to fix others’ work to keep up grade

  • instructor doesn’t know who’s doing what

  • concerns for the gifted

    Technological fragility – accessibility, ability of available tools from web 2.0


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For successful collaborative learning

Students Must

  • learn how to plan together and be accountable to it

  • agree on process for completing work, managing conflict, deciding roles/responsibilities, setting ground rules, etc.

  • create written agreement that summarizes this

    Teachers Must

  • be a part of the ecosystem

  • create and model climate of trust

  • communicate goals when addressing problems; facilitate problem solving

  • support individuals as well as collective process through constant monitoring, comments, and grading


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Assessing Collaborative Work

Assess goals and learning for

  • collaborative process (both collective and individual outcomes and contributions)

  • content knowledge

  • self-evaluation process

    Formative and summative assessments by

  • student - of individual process/content

  • student - of collaborative process/content

  • instructor – individual process/content

  • instructor – collective process/content


Reading take aways1

Week 3

Reading Take-Aways

1. In what ways is collaboration supported by the teacher and by technology?

2. What are some ways to categorize technology tools?

3. How is the culture of learning different in classes that engage in collaborative learning on a regular basis?

4. How can assessment support collaborative learning, and what might be technology’s role in that?


Driving question which social bookmarking site is best for using with my students

Driving Question: Which social bookmarking site is best for using with my students?

Project Outcome: Your group must create an infographic that compares the essential features of three of five given bookmarking sites.


Reading take aways

As a team, spell out a process agreement

for how will you learn and work together:

What leadership model will you use (fixed, rotating, shared)? • What parts of the project will you complete individually and what tasks will you complete together? • How often and where will your team meet? • How will you communicate with each other?


Driving question which social bookmarking site is best for using with my students1

Driving Question: Which social bookmarking site is best for using with my students?

What’s behind the scenes?

21st Century Components

  • Collaboration

  • Choice

  • Critical Thinking

  • Creative Problem-solving


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  • Knowledge/Understandings

    • Conceptual grasp of social bookmarking

    • How sites work

    • What are basic features of these sites

    • What is an inforgraphic

    • Conceptual grasp of uses of infographic

  • Processes

    • Compare and contrast

    • Analyze

    • Evaluate

    • Synthesize (Create)


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  • Skills

    • Technology (use a social bookmarking site)

    • Planning

    • Communication (face-to-face and online)


Graphic organizer

Graphic Organizer


Reading take aways

How are these 21st

century skills tied in?

  • Collaboration

  • Choice

  • Critical Thinking

  • Creative Problem-solving

Project Outcome: Your group must create an infographic that compares the essential features of three of five given social bookmarking sites.


Reading take aways

How do these change

the context?

  • Collaboration

  • Choice

  • Critical Thinking

  • Creative Problem-solving

Project Outcome: Your group must create an infographic that compares the essential features of three of five given social bookmarking sites.

Project Outcome: Create a visual that compares the essential features of three social bookmarking sites.


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