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Chemistry of Conflict Final By Milpitas High School Project Based Learning
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Project Based Learning Project Based Learning (P.B.L.) is a program that approximately 90 sophomore students participate in at Milpitas High School in the San Francisco Bay Area. The students are in... More > a World History, English, and Chemistry Cohort. Is this Cohort they integrate the three subjects wherever possible. What is the whole point of Project Based Learning? The goal for the program is to communicate, collaborate, and critically think within a group to solve an intricate question or a problem. P.B.L benefits the students because it teaches academic skills that will help them in situations in their near future. P.B.L. students experience real life problems and challenges. By experiencing real problems and challenges, the students are simply “learning by doing.” By collaborating, communicating, and thinking critically , Milpitas High School P.B.L. students can solve the questions or problems they are given.< Less
Differentiation and Project Based Learning By Wendie Ward
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During the course of my action research, I explored how differentiation techniques can compliment the philosophies of project based learning (PBL). Students in my 7th grade English class at Lakeside... More > Middle School participated in a trimester long differentiated PBL experience. Through the analysis of surveys, interviews, exit cards, and class observations, I was able to discover what differentiation strategies were the most meaningful for students. I found that providing choice, exhibiting models, and creating meaningful student groups greatly impacted the quality of student products. These findings indicate that specific differentiation strategies can assist teachers with creating projects that are accessible for all students.< Less
Differentiation and Project Based Learning By Wendie Ward
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During the course of my action research, I explored how differentiation techniques can compliment the philosophies of project based learning (PBL). Students in my 7th grade English class at Lakeside... More > Middle School participated in a trimester long differentiated PBL experience. Through the analysis of surveys, interviews, exit cards, and class observations, I was able to discover what differentiation strategies were the most meaningful for students. I found that providing choice, exhibiting models, and creating meaningful student groups greatly impacted the quality of student products. These findings indicate that specific differentiation strategies can assist teachers with creating projects that are accessible for all students.< Less
Project Based Learning By Michael Immerman
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A university course designed to integrate the Microsoft Office applications. "Planning a Field Trip to Washington, D.C."
Teaching the Learning Outcomes Through Project-Based Learning By Donna Herring, Jimmy Barnes
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Thousands of college of education administrators make the decision each year to adopt LiveText as a tool for collecting unit and program data. The goal: to determine the degree to which candidates... More > can demonstrate the standards of the conceptual framework for the college of education. In order to collect data, student work must be assessed making artifacts the key to data collection. This book is designed with two objectives in mind: 1) to teach the concepts necessary for developing artifacts that demonstrate the standards, and 2) to provide students with the necessary skills for developing learning activities that integrate technology into the student centered classroom. The artifacts are designed to make the connection between the teaching and the technology. LiveText is the tool that makes it happen.< Less
Growing America: Transdisciplinary Project-based Learning Activities By Katherine Deaner
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The project-based learning activities presented in this book familiarize students with the range of modern agriculture, from the biology of seed and plant growth to the distribution of food through... More > commercial channels.< Less
Teaching the INTASC Standards Through Project-Based Learning By Donna Herring
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Thousands of college of education administrators make the decision each year to adopt LiveText as a tool for collecting unit and program data. The goal: to determine the degree to which candidates... More > can demonstrate the standards of the conceptual framework for the college of education. In order to collect data, student work must be assessed making artifacts the key to data collection. This book is designed with two objectives in mind: 1) to teach the concepts necessary for developing artifacts that demonstrate the standards, and 2) to provide students with the necessary skills for developing learning activities that integrate technology into the student centered classroom. The artifacts are designed to make the connection between the teaching and the technology. LiveText is the tool that makes it happen.< Less
Effective Web-based Learning Strategies By Monica Sevilla
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Effective Web-based Learning Strategies is an educator's guide introduces and discusses the benefits of web based learning strategies integrated into the curriculum to improve literacy, critical... More > thinking skills, and standardized test scores. Strategies covered include: web-based learning, creating and using educational websites, Web-quests, interactive websites and resources, ePublishing in education, blogs, eBooks, movies and videos. A strong academic curriculum that enables educators to become "facilitators of learning" as opposed to "sages on the stage" along with a hands-on technology approach creates an engaging, media-rich and interactive experience for both teachers and students. The information contained in this eBook will benefit any educator willing to transform their classrooms and schools into 21st century learning environments and supports student learning of web, communication, and collaboration skills needed for business and life in the future.< Less
Internet-Based Language Learning: Pedagogies and Technologies By Jeong-Bae Son
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The APACALL Book Series covers a wide range of issues in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and offers opportunities for CALL researchers and practitioners to engage in research and... More > discussion on their areas of interest. This book provides an up-to-date view of the field of CALL for applied linguists, researchers, language teachers and teacher trainers. It explores various aspects of Internet-based language learning (IBLL) and presents the findings of recent work in IBLL that are of direct relevance to second/foreign language learning and teaching. In particular, it looks into Web-based language learning, course management systems, digital storytelling, online dictation exercises, Web authoring projects, Web-based portfolios and blogging. Chapter authors include Antonie Alm, Wai Meng Chan, Ing Ru Chen, Penelope Coutas, Michael J. Crawford, Iain Davey, Brian Gregory Dunne, Debra Hoven and Jeong-Bae Son.< Less
Internet-Based Language Learning: Pedagogies and Technologies By Jeong-Bae Son
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The APACALL Book Series covers a wide range of issues in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and offers opportunities for CALL researchers and practitioners to engage in research and... More > discussion on their areas of interest. This book provides an up-to-date view of the field of CALL for applied linguists, researchers, language teachers and teacher trainers. It explores various aspects of Internet-based language learning (IBLL) and presents the findings of recent work in IBLL that are of direct relevance to second/foreign language learning and teaching. In particular, it looks into Web-based language learning, course management systems, digital storytelling, online dictation exercises, Web authoring projects, Web-based portfolios and blogging. Chapter authors include Antonie Alm, Wai Meng Chan, Ing Ru Chen, Penelope Coutas, Michael J. Crawford, Iain Davey, Brian Gregory Dunne, Debra Hoven and Jeong-Bae Son.< Less