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1 Julie Mahaffey Pleasant View Middle School Springfield Public Schools Karen Martin Jarrett Middle School

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3 Project-Based Learning Students create a written, oral, visual, or multimedia project Solves a need in their school or community Launched with an essential or guiding question Authentic audience Can be interdisciplinary Problem-Based Learning Presented with a real-world problem Investigating and resolving it Identify what they already know and what they need to learn Apply knowledge to solve the problem Inquiry-Based Learning Students explore a question in-depth Ask further questions to gather knowledge. Davis, Lauren. "Project-Based, Problem-Based, or Inquiry-Based Learning?" Web log post. Eye On Education. N.p., 21 May Web. 5 Mar . J

4 The main components of inquiry-based learning include: 1.A question related to the topic to be explored (problem statement), 2.followed by an investigation and gathering of information related to the question (data collection), 3.continuing with a discussion of findings (analysis), 4.concluding with a reflection on what was learned (implications/conclusion). K

5 1.Drives the Inquiry - requires the student to develop a plan or course of action. 2.Broad to span all content areas – cross-circular study. 3.Open-ended - initiates creative and critical thinking. Examples: How do chemicals benefit society? Why do people revolt? What makes a culture great? K J

6 Student voice and choice Interaction and talk Questions and concepts Teacher as model and coach Collaborative work Multiple resources Strategic thinking Real purpose and audience Authentic investigations Caring and taking action Student responsibility Performance and self-assessments Check to see if your lesson is Inquiry-Based J

7 Engage: Make connections between past and present learning. Focus students' thinking and learning outcomes. Explore: Identify and develop concepts, processes, and skills. Explore the environment or manipulate materials. Explain: Verbalize their conceptual understanding Demonstrate new skills or behaviors. Elaborate: Develop deeper and broader understanding of major concepts Obtain more information and refine skills. Evaluate: Assess understanding and abilities Evaluate students' understanding of key concepts & skill development. K

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9 Teacher created for district-wide use The MS version of a K-12 system of guides Tailored to the needs of our community 1.Middle School Reflective Guide for Critical ThinkingMiddle School Reflective Guide for Critical Thinking 2.Middle School Reflective Guide for communication and CollaborationMiddle School Reflective Guide for communication and Collaboration J

10 Ghost Dog Secrets Lesson Plan Important People of the Thirteen Colonies Lesson Plan Reading Portraits Guide J K

11 Six Word Stories Compare and Contrast Using Art Write Songs Tableaus K

12 Why plan lessons this way? Teaches problem-solving, critical thinking skills, and disciplinary content Promotes the transfer of concepts to new problem questions Teaches students how to learn and builds self-directed learning skills Develops student ownership of their inquiry and enhances student interest in the subject matter


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