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SIMPOSIUM PENDIDIKAN BTP 2011. ‘ TEACHING WITH PROJECTS’ A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE BY SAWARAN JIT KAUR KOLEJ TUN DATU TUANKU HAJI BUJANG MIRI 21 JUNE 2011. TEACHERS ARE AGENTS OF CHANGE IN TRANSFORMATION OF EDUCATION. challenges of the 21 st century

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simposium pendidikan btp 2011

SIMPOSIUM PENDIDIKAN BTP 2011

‘TEACHING WITH PROJECTS’

A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE

BY

SAWARAN JIT KAUR

KOLEJ TUN DATU TUANKU HAJI BUJANG MIRI

21 JUNE 2011

teachers are agents of change in transformation of education
TEACHERS ARE AGENTS OF CHANGE IN TRANSFORMATION OF EDUCATION

challenges of the 21st century

create students with higher order

thinking skills

innovative, creative and competitive

obstacles
OBSTACLES

‘The biggest obstacle to school change is our memories’

Dr Allen Glenn

today s students
Today’s students

Digital learners

multi-tasking,

multimedialearning,

online social networking, online information, games/simulations

Find and manipulate data

Analyze data and images

projects pbl
PROJECTS / PBL
  • Provide an authentic and real-world scenario for connecting learning activities and incorporating higher order thinking
  • Technology supported
  • 21st century skills-

Critical Thinking & Problem Solving

Creativity & Innovation

Collaboration, Teamwork & Leadership

Communication & Media Literacy

Computing and IT

a project learning classroom
A Project Learning Classroom :
  • Project-centered
  • Open-ended
  • Real-world
  • Student-centered
  • Constructive
  • Collaborative
  • Creative
  • Communication- focused
  • Research-based
  • Technology- enhanced
  • 21st Century reform-friendly
  • Challenging but fun!
trees are family 2010
Trees are family - 2010
  • involved Form 1 students
slide9
PROJECTS (PBL) WERE INTRODUCED IN 2008 AFTER AN ESSENTIALS COURSE WAS CARRIED OUT BY INTEL MALAYSIA FOR 16 TEACHERS IN KOLEJ TUN DATU TUANKU HAJI BUJANG MIRI.

PHASE 2: ESSENTIALS COURSE 2009

(INTEL Malaysia)

slide12
‘TELL ME AND I WILL FORGET,

SHOW ME AND I MAY REMEMBER

INVOLVE ME AND I WILL UNDERSTAND’

CONFUCIUS

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PBL activities planned to:
  • integrate language and

cognitive skills

  • connect to real-life problems
  • involve cooperative or group learning skills
things to consider when planning projects
Things to consider when planning projects
  • G ~ goal of project
  • R ~ role of students
  • A ~ who is the audience
  • S ~ set of tasks
  • P ~ set of products
  • E ~ evaluation
pbl is skill based
PBL is skill based

Learn collaboration

Students work in groups ~teamwork and

collaboration

~ peer coaching and

learning

slide18
2. Learn Creative & Critical

Thinking Skills

Students take on problems and decide how to handle and present them

slide19
3. Learn Oral Communication

Via group discussions, presentations – songs and group work

slide20
We pledge to love our trees and take actions to save them. We will practice 3R and not waste paper . We will reuse paper to make new stuff like greeting cards, bookmarks and scrap books.

THANK YOU TREES FOR GIVING US LIFE…

4. Learn written communication

Reports

Pledges

Song lyrics

Dialogues & role plays

6 do hands on activities
6. Do hands-on activities
  • Demonstration - juice making

- garbage enzyme

  • Make cards , bookmarks, journals
  • Interviews- eating habits

- reading habits

  • Hug trees
culminating activities
CULMINATING ACTIVITIES:
  • Exhibitions, presentations,
  • Book fair
  • Book donation campaign, reading stations
teachers point of view
TEACHERS’ POINT OF VIEW
  • TEACHER AS FACILITATOR
  • TEACHER AS LEARNER – LEARNING FROM AND WITH STUDENTS
students point of view
STUDENTS’ POINT OF VIEW
  • CHALLENGING – INQUIRY DRIVEN
  • SS ACTIVELY ENGAGE IN ‘DOING’ THINGS RATHER THAN ‘LEARNING ABOUT’
impact on results exams
Impact on results/exams:
  • Mainconcern of teachers/parents
  • Comparison of SBOA English between 2009 -2010
  • Comparison of exam results
students comments
Students’ Comments
  • Evaluation by students
  • Comments via video
before i end my presentation
Before I end my presentation:
  • Here is a presentation done by my Form 3 students using ‘toondoo’ on Garbage Enzyme.
references
References:
  • Intel Teach Program Essentials Course – Master Facilitator Edition
  • You tube & teacher tube
  • http://www.ocmboces.org/
  • NST 11.1.2011 ‘Tech –Life & Times
  • www.pblonline.org/
  • www.edutech.wiki
  • www.edutopia.org/
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