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Intel Teach Elements Project-Based Approaches

Intel Teach Elements: Project-Based Approaches

Action PlanInstructions: Ctrl-click (or click using Microsoft Word 2007* or above, or Command-click on the Mac*) any of the activity names in the Table of Contents to go directly to that particular section. Type your personalized Action Plan details in the sections indicated.

Table of ContentsModule 1: Projects Overview .................................................... 3Lesson 1: Project Basics ................................................................................. 3 Activity 1: Your Knowledge of Project-Based Learning ..................................... 3 Activity 3: Project-Based vs. Conventional Instruction ..................................... 4 Lesson 2: Project-Based Learning Benefits ........................................................ 6 Activity 1: Benefits Based on Research .......................................................... 6 Activity 4: Self-Assessment.......................................................................... 6 Lesson 3: Project Characteristics ..................................................................... 7 Activity 2: Roles ......................................................................................... 7 Activity 5: Project Improvement ................................................................... 7 Lesson 4: Module Review ............................................................................... 8 Activity 1: Module Summary ........................................................................ 8

Module 2: Project Design .......................................................... 9Lesson 1: Project Planning .............................................................................. 9 Activity 2: Project Ideas from Standards ........................................................ 9 Activity 3: Project Ideas from the Community ................................................ 9 Lesson 2: Learning Goals ............................................................................. 10 Activity 1: 21st Century Skills .................................................................... 10 Activity 2: Learning Objectives ................................................................... 10 Lesson 3: Questions that Frame Learning ....................................................... 11 Activity 2: Curriculum-Framing Questions in Action ....................................... 11 Lesson 5: Activity Design ............................................................................. 12 Activity 1: Activity Planning ....................................................................... 12 Lesson 6: Module Review ............................................................................. 13 Activity 1: Module Summary ...................................................................... 13

Module 3: Assessment ............................................................ 14Lesson 1: Assessment Strategies for Projects .................................................. 14 Activity 2: Purposes of Assessment ............................................................. 14 Lesson 2: Assessment of 21st Century Skills ................................................... 15 Activity 3: Assessment of Thinking.............................................................. 15 Lesson 3: Assessment Planning ..................................................................... 16 Activity 2: Assessment Plans ...................................................................... 16 Lesson 4: Grading Projects ........................................................................... 17 Activity 1: Rubrics and Scoring Guides ........................................................ 17 Activity 2: Group Grades ........................................................................... 18 Activity 3: Process Grades ......................................................................... 18

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Intel Teach Elements Project-Based Approaches

Lesson 5: Module Review ............................................................................. 19 Activity 1: Module Summary ...................................................................... 19

Module 4: Project Planning ..................................................... 20Lesson 1: Project Organization ...................................................................... 20 Activity 1: Project Challenges ..................................................................... 20 Activity 2: Project Timelines ...................................................................... 20 Lesson 2: Management Strategies ................................................................. 21 Activity 1: Management Scenarios .............................................................. 21 Activity 3: Strategies for Communicating about the Project ............................ 21 Activity 4: Strategies for Managing Timing and Transitions ............................ 21 Activity 5: Strategies for Managing Collaboration .......................................... 21 Activity 6: Strategies for Managing Resources .............................................. 21 Lesson 3: Project Tasks and Activities ............................................................ 23 Activity 1: Implementation Plans ................................................................ 23 Lesson 4: Module Review ............................................................................. 24 Activity 1: Module Reflection ...................................................................... 24

Module 5: Guiding Learning .................................................... 25Lesson 1: Questioning in Classrooms ............................................................. 25 Activity 1: Questions for Different Purposes ................................................. 25 Lesson 2: Collaboration and Self-Direction ...................................................... 27 Activity 1: Teaching Collaboration and Self-Direction ..................................... 27 Lesson 3: Information Literacy ...................................................................... 28 Activity 2: Teaching Information Literacy ..................................................... 28 Lesson 4: Student Reflection......................................................................... 29 Activity 2: Reflection Planning .................................................................... 29 Lesson 5: Module Review ............................................................................. 30 Activity 1: Module Summary ...................................................................... 30

Course Wrap-Up ..................................................................... 31Summary ................................................................................................... 31

Appendix ................................................................................ 32Sample Project Ideas ................................................................................... 32 Elementary .............................................................................................. 32 Middle School ........................................................................................... 34 High School ............................................................................................. 36

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Module 1: Projects OverviewLesson 1: Project BasicsActivity 1: Your Knowledge of Project-Based Learning Estimated Time: 10 minutes 1. Complete the first two columns of your own Know-Wonder-Learn-How chart. What do you already know about project-based learning? What do you wonder about project-based learning?

What I Know I know that all the students even the low performing students could participate in a project based approach. I know that planning and designing a project takes a lot of time from the teacher. I know that students could engage and develop their skills in a project based approach.

What I Wonder I wonder if all PBA is applicable to all lessons. I wonder how to introduce the project based approach to my students. I wonder if PBA is can replace the conventional type of making the students learn.

What I Learned I learned that in PBA, students could learn through actual learning (e.g. observing the different types of plants). I learned that students who performs poorly on school can improve, especially if their strengths are highlighted, if not through conventional learning, then through project based approach.

How I Learned

For more information on Project-Based learning go to http://educate.intel.com/en/ProjectDesign and view sections on: Project Design Thinking Skills Instructional Strategies You may want to bookmark this site, or add it to your Internet favorites for future reference as you work through your Action Plan.

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Activity 3: Project-Based vs. Conventional Instruction Estimated Time: 15 minutes Setting goals in this course will help you apply what you learn in your classroom. Goals you set now will be revisited later in the module and course. Even if you do not teach with projects, your teaching may incorporate some projectbased approaches. Think about project-based approaches you may currently use and also how you incorporate technology in your classroom Based on your understanding of project-based learning so far, what goals would you like to set for yourself during this course/month/sc