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PBL and Virtual and in-person Collaboration

PBL and Virtual and in-person Collaboration

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Author: Trisha Fyfe
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In this lesson, you will review the UbD unit/lesson design template.

In this lesson, you will use the UbD template the the principles of PBL to develop a unit that requires students to collaborate both virtually and in-person.

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Notes on “PBL and Virtual and In-Person Collaboration”

Overview

(00:00- 00:25) Introduction/Objectives

(00:26- 01:36) Sample Learning Task for UbD and PBL Lesson

(01:37- 02:11) Sample Lesson Stage 1 of UbD

(02:12- 02:43) Sample Lesson Stage 2 of UbD

(02:44- 03:21) Sample Lesson Stage 3 of UbD

(03:22- 06:05) Review Stages of UbD/Reflect on Sample Lesson

(06:06- 08:15) Homework Assignment: Develop a PBL Unit Using UbD

(08:16- 08:35) Homework Assignment: Reflect on Unit Developed

(08:36- 09:09) Recap

(09:10- 09:55) Reflection 

Additional Resources

Reinventing Project-Based Learning: Your Field Guide to Real-World Projects in the Digital Age

This article is a helpful resource when designing project based lessons that require digital tools and virtual collaboration. Included are the following concepts: a process for designing and implementing projects, collaborative activities, and essential learning functions of digital tools.
http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED498132


Learn NC: Project-based learning

This is one teacher's application of virtual tools in Project Based Learning; useful strategies, resources, and connections to research are included. Scroll down to see methods for Project Based Learning.
http://www.learnnc.org/lp/pages/4753