If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow. -John Dewey-. Workshop 1 The purpose of this workshop. Workshop 2 Introductory activity. Get-together activity Change!. Workshop 3 Why do we need change?. Workshop 4 Change in progress!.
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Workshop 1The purpose of this workshop
Project-Based Learning Course
(University of Oregon)
2 ways to evaluate what students CAN DO.
(1)A survey to ask what they CAN DO:
(2) Term-end activity:
PBL (Project-Based Learning)
Behavioral objectives of the project
Assessment of the project
A peasant, dumpling, an island of demons
(4) Give students 2-minute preparation.
(5) Present their stories in front of class.
(6) Assess their performance: Rubrics
(7) Reflective writing
Rubrics: a tool developed by instructors to assess the performances of their students.
(4) Give 2 pairs the beginning 5 minutes of class.
(5) Present skits in front of class.
(6) Assess their performance: Peer or individual basis.
(7) Reflective writing at the end of the term.
Proposition? → Japan should stop nuclear power generation.
Objectives? → ABCD Objectives
Assessment? → Rubrics
(4) Go through Shuyukan Debate Booklet.
(5) Submit constructive speeches.
(6) Debate match!
(7) Flow sheet and reflective writing.