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Technology and Problem Based Learning. Day 2. Developing The Final Task. Project? End Product Demonstration of Mastery. Brainstorm. Individually, list as many possible end products you can think of as a culmination of your unit.

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developing the final task
Developing The Final Task
  • Project?
  • End Product
  • Demonstration of Mastery
brainstorm
Brainstorm
  • Individually, list as many possible end products you can think of as a culmination of your unit.
    • Keep in mind that you may offer students the option of designing their own final product
  • With your partner, share your list
    • Pare down each list to 3-4 options
template
Template
  • Real World Problem/Inquiry Question
    • What is the culminating project/product?
    • What are possible inquiry questions students may generate to guide their own learning?
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    • “I Can” statements
    • What will students know and be able to do at the end of this instructional unit?
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Template
  • D: Key Areas of Focus
    • Select texts to support your instruction
    • Develop key questions to guide discussion—all levels of Blooms
      • Small group/individual/large group
    • Writing Sources
      • Most products will include some sort of writing
      • Include information about the type(s) of writing students will do throughout the unit
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Template
  • Identify key vocabulary that students will need to learn
    • Determine what process you will use to teach this vocabulary
  • E: Instructional Supports
    • Critical component: Supporting reading complex texts
assessment
Assessment
  • Resources on Wiki, Day 3
  • Identify “benchmark areas”
    • Big Ideas that you need to ensure students know/understand before moving on
    • Identify appropriate assessments for these