Project Based Learning

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Project Based learning:

Project Based learning An Overview

Project Learning Cycle:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 2 Project Learning Cycle

The DEFINE Phase:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 3 The DEFINE Phase

The Define Phase: Six Features of Good Essential Questions:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 4 The Define Phase: Six Features of Good Essential Questions

Some Good Essential Questions:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 5 Some Good Essential Questions How can humans & animals live together harmoniously? How do you imagine the school of future? How can we provide access to safe drinking water for everyone in our world? What beliefs do people have in different parts of the world? How can we end hunger in our world? What role does art or music play in our lives? What can we learn from the world of sports? What lessons have you learned from history? How can we take better care of our world and its resources?

Some Good Essential Questions:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 6 Some Good Essential Questions What lessons have you learned from a favorite book or film? What kind of business would you start to serve your local community? What is life like for people in your locality? What makes a good world citizen? What leader do you most admire, and why? How would you introduce a tourist to your home (or country)? What can you do to lead a healthy life?

The Define Phase: Student Autonomy Autonomy- Ability to control one’s actions and make independent decisions:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 7 The Define Phase: Student Autonomy Autonomy- Ability to control one’s actions and make independent decisions

The Define Phase: Grouping Strategies:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 8 The Define Phase: Grouping Strategies Group size Students’ skills Ability of students Relationships between students

Developing the Assessment Approach:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 9 Developing the Assessment Approach

PowerPoint Presentation:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 10 Assessment Rubrics Ode to the West Wind Excellent 10-7.5 Good 7.4-5 Average 4.9-2.5 Needs Improvement 2.5-0 Presentation Creativity: Catchy PowerPoint, use of right colour combination, use of suitable templates Content: proper headings, subheadings, inclusion of posters, effective narration, content easy to understand, grammatical accuracy Creativity: Catchy PowerPoint, use of right colour combination, use of suitable templates Content: proper headings, subheadings, inclusion of posters and effective narration, minor grammatical errors Creativity: Plain PowerPoint, no thought to colour combination, use of suitable templates Content: no subheadings (only main headings used), no posters, grammatical errors Creativity: Ineffective PowerPoint, no thought to colour combination, blank template Content: paragraphs without headings- subheadings, grammatical errors Resources Used Library: Good use reference books, encyclopaedias, (no plagiarism) Internet: Relevant content downloaded, proper links given, no plagiarism Survey: Good quality of questionnaire, good data collected through survey Library: Good use of reference books, encyclopaedias, (no plagiarism), editing not very effective Internet: Relevant content downloaded, proper links given, no plagiarism Survey: Average questionnaire for the survey Library: Little use of Reference books, encyclopaedias Internet: Quality of content downloaded, proper links not given, plagiarism Survey: Insufficient questionnaire Library: Little or no use of library books Internet: No proper links given, plagiarism Survey: Poor questionnaire Team-work Work distributed according to the skill of the team-members, team-spirit, choosing efficient leader, solving disputes themselves Work distributed according to the skill of the team-members, team-spirit, choosing efficient leader, Teacher’s intervention in solving the disputes Work distributed according to the skill of the team-members, team-spirit, no member showing leadership, Teacher’s intervention in solving the disputes Work not distributed according to the skill of the team-members, lack of team-spirit, no member showing leadership, Teacher’s intervention in solving the disputes

The Plan Phase:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 11 The Plan Phase

The Plan Phase Example Tasks and Corresponding Products:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 12 The Plan Phase Example Tasks and Corresponding Products Task Product Research nuclear energy Research notes or report Survey the community Survey results Create a play Play performance Build a factory model Model Factory Test electrical circuits Test results Present project results Presentation

The Plan Phase- Task Schedule Expanding the Project Plan:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 13 The Plan Phase- Task Schedule Expanding the Project Plan Special Activities Plan- Field Trips, Guest Speakers, Exhibitions Resource Plan- Computers, Software applications, Internet access, Library materials, Paper and art supplies, Tools, Digital or video cameras Direct Instruction- Basic idea of the project, working guidelines, directions on various activities, regular monitoring Review & Checkpoints- Short meetings when needed, after reaching every milestone

The Do Phase:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 14 The Do Phase

The Do Phase The Project Launch:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 15 The Do Phase The Project Launch

The Do Phase Capturing Artifacts:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 16 The Do Phase Capturing Artifacts Student planning sheets Learning logs Research notes Student journal entries Drawings and sketches Digital picture and video files Emails

The Do Phase Celebrating Project Completion:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 17 The Do Phase Celebrating Project Completion Many different types of celebration, from small to large, can be arranged. Examples include: •An award ceremony for students and teams •A reception evening with parents invited •Awards presented by outside experts •A games session for students to enjoy

The Review Phase :

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 18 The Review Phase What was the most significant thing you learned? Did you collaborate effectively? How do you rate the quality of your work? What skills do you need to practice? What do you still not understand? ?

The Manage Phase:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 19 The Manage Phase

The Manage Phase The Project Manager Role in Learning Projects:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 20 The Manage Phase The Project Manager Role in Learning Projects Project Manager- • Defines the objectives, expectations, and timelines for the project • Facilitates people and other resources, like computers or library time • Schedules regular checkpoints and project reviews • Manages conflict between individuals or groups

Facilitation Techniques:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 21 Facilitation Techniques Teachers as Facilitators Scaffolding Resource Facilitation Formative Assessment

The Manage Phase Causes of Conflict in Learning Projects:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 22 The Manage Phase Causes of Conflict in Learning Projects Conflict often arises due to participation problems with one or more students in a group. These problems may arise from: •Lack of self-discipline and self-management skills •Preference for working alone •Behavioral and/or emotional issues •Inability to get along with certain classmates •Diversity of learning needs within the classroom •Missing prerequisite skills •Lack of motivation to learn •Long absence of an academic challenge

The Manage Phase Managing Conflict:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 23 The Manage Phase Managing Conflict

Get set…:

05 February 2009 Ratna Pathak, KVS 24 Get set…

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