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1 PBL Sara Hallermann PBL National Faculty Buck Institute for Education

2 By the end of PBL 101, you will have started planning a project by: O Understanding “Main Course” PBL O Generating a Project Idea O Refining a Driving Question O Balancing Assessment Strategies O Gathering Tips for Managing Projects O All of the Above

3 CLASSROOM CULTURE. Watch the video, and look for some behaviors by the teacher and students that indicate a culture of inquiry and independence. Video - Student as Worker, Teacher as Coach

4 CLASSROOM CULTURE. What was the role of the teacher and the students? What behaviors promoted a culture of inquiry and independence? THINK SHARE

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7 PBL Driving Question or Challenge Inquiry & Innovation Publicly Presented Product Student Voice & Choice Feedback & Revision 21 st Century Skills Need to Know

8 “Yes, the Cold War!” – No One

9 EXAMPLE ENTRY EVENTS o Field Trip o Guest Speaker o Film, Video, Website o Simulation or Activity o Provocative Reading o Startling Statistics o Puzzling Problem o Piece of Real or Mock Correspondence o Song, Poem, Art o Lively Discussion

10 LAUNCH THE INQUIRY. Watch the video, and look for how students are engaged. Think about how this activity might lead to inquiry. Video – Entry Activity: The Gender Project

11 LAUNCH THE INQUIRY. What struck you about the Entry Event and the students’ response? How would this event initiate inquiry? THINK SHARE

12 PROJECT PACKET o Team Roster o Project Calendar o Rubric & Assessments o Checklist of Requirements o Templates for contracts, lists, etc. o Presentation/Exhibition Schedule o Resource List

13 KITTY KARRIER PROJECT REQUIREMENTS ☐ Low Cost Materials ☐ No Metal Parts ☐ Fit Underneath Seat on Plane ☐ Open & Close Access ☐ Comfortable & Breathable ☐ Rigid Structure

14 KITTY KARRIER PROJECT REQUIREMENTS ☐ Low Cost Materials ☐ No Metal Parts ☐ Fit Underneath Seat on Plane ☐ Open & Close Access ☐ Comfortable & Breathable ☐ Rigid Structure

15 Self and Peer Assessment Project Debrief and Celebration “LASTDAY”

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17 Have products due at checkpoints

18 TEAMING TIPS o Teacher decides teams (or manages the process) o Four is best o Usually heterogeneous o “Slacker hardball”

19 “ You’re fired! ” – Advice From SOME Teachers

20 Meet with team representatives

21 Ensure individual accountability

22 Avoid death by repetitive presentations

23 CRITICAL FRIENDS TUNING PROTOCOL PRESENTERS Presentation: Project Title & Idea, Driving Question, Culminating Products or Performances, Entry Event*, and any concerns you’d like feedback about 7 min EVERYONEClarification: Audience asks short clarifying questions3 min AUDIENCE Good Stuff: Audience shares what they liked about the project Wondering Stuff: Audience shares their concerns and probing questions Next Stuff: Audience shares their thoughts on resources and improvements 4 min PRESENTERSReflection: Group reflects on useful feedback, next steps3 min TOTAL TIME25 min

24 CRITICAL FRIENDS TUNING PROTOCOL Presentation: Project Title & Idea, Driving Question, Culminating Products or Performances, Entry Event*, and any concerns you’d like feedback about. 7

25  Generate a Project Idea  Refine a Driving Question  Determine Culminating Products  Create an Entry Event* TO DOs:

26  Write Entry Document and/or Project Overview for Students  List Criteria for Major Products and/or Write Rubrics  Plan Day-to-Day Activities  Gather Content & 21 st Century Skills Resources DIFFERENTIATED TO DOs:

27 CRITICAL FRIENDS TUNING PROTOCOL PRESENTERS Presentation: Project Title & Idea, Driving Question, Culminating Products or Performances, Entry Event*, and any concerns you’d like feedback about 7 min EVERYONEClarification: Audience asks short clarifying questions3 min AUDIENCE Good Stuff: Audience shares what they liked about the project Wondering Stuff: Audience shares their concerns and probing questions Next Stuff: Audience shares their thoughts on resources and improvements 4 min PRESENTERSReflection: Group reflects on useful feedback, next steps3 min TOTAL TIME25 min

28 POST IT ONLINE. Keep in mind you might have questions that others are asking or could help answer, so use our Need To Know Forum. bie.org/forums

29 twitter.com/biepbl youtube.com/biepbl

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