TTC Course Resources

Problem, Project and Design-Based Teaching

Web Resources

Carroll, M. (XXXX). Learning from what doesn’t work: The power of embracing a
prototyping mindset. Retrieved from: https://web.stanford.edu/group/redlab      
/cgi-bin/materials/MentoringDloft.pdf

Culberhouse, D. (2015) Scaling Creativity and Innovation. Retrieved from: 
https://dculberh.wordpress.com/2015/03/29/scaling-creativity-and-innovation- full-ebook-pdf/

Holland, B. (2016). Design Thinking and PBL. Retrieved from: 
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/design-thinking-and-pbl-beth-holland.

Lentz, B. & Larmer, J. (2016, September 12). Project-based learning is here to stay. Let’s
make sure it is high quality. Retrieved from: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/
learning_deeply/2016/09/this_post_is_by_bob.html

Lentz, B. & Larmer, J. (2016, September 12). Project-based learning is here to stay. Let’s
make sure it is high quality (Part 2). Retrieved from: http://blogs.edweek.org/
edweek/learning_deeply/2016/09/pbl_is_here_to_stay_lets_make_sure_its_ high_quality_part_two.html

Patton, A. (2012). Work that matters The teacher’s guide to project-based learning. 
Retrieved from: http://www.innovationunit.org/sites/default/files
/Teacher%27s%20Guide%20to%20Project-based%20Learning.pdf

 

Print Resources

Berger, R. (2003) An Ethic of Excellence: Building a Culture of Craftsmanship with
Students. Heinemann: Portsmouth, NH. 

Berger, R. (2014). Transformational literacy : making the common core shift with work
that matters. San Francisco, CA :Jossey-Bass, a Wiley brand

Johnson, P. (2004). Agency and becoming strategic. In Choice words (pp. 29-42). 
Portland, ME.

Levy, S. (1996). Starting from scratch: one classroom builds its own curriculum. 
Heinemann: Portsmouth, NH. 

Price, D. (2013). Getting engaged. In Open: How we’ll work, live, and learn in the future
(91-101). Crux Publishing.

Wagner, T. (2012). A Primer on Innovation. In “Creating Innovators” (pp.1-30). New York, NY.