Required Preparation for
Problem, Project and Design-Based Teaching
Complete the survey at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/eMRigEDljiJO9pyF2
This survey will be used for planning and grouping. Please complete it by 1 June.
Complete the chart in the PDF version of your prep above and be prepared to discuss on the first day of class.
Larmer, John & Mergendoller John (2015). Gold Standard PBL: Essential Project Design Elements. Retrieved from: https://www.bie.org/blog/gold_standard_pbl_essential_project_design_elements
Focus question: Gold Standard PBL is something we aspire to achieve in our project planning. Given your own understanding of PBL what components are you already embedding in your instruction? What is something new you want to try from this article?
Lathram, Lenz, & Ark (2016). Preparing Sudents for a Project-Based World. Retrieved from: https://drive.google.com/file/d/10TYav_TQwbfG1r08X3tRNwJ6UvqKG9Ln/view
Identify one word, one phrase, and one sentence from the text that feels especially meaningful to you. Be prepared to share why you chose your word, phrase, and sentence.
A Framework for High Quality Project Based Learning. Retrieved from: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1a41ktE9LCC37YqlJwDUoOPD3wLlD-znh/view
Watch a short video to prepare for your course.
BRING A LAPTOP (REQUIRED):
Your course materials are digital. Hard copies of the materials will not be available on site. Bring a laptop computer with appropriate adapters and wireless internet capability. Click here for more information about iPads and tablets. Chromebook users can use the free Kami extension to annotate.
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...your required online portal for everything related to your TTC course, including all necessary course materials which will be available approximately 10 days before the start of your course.
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Access Code: included in PDF above
I look forward to seeing you this summer!