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  • How can I design a meaningful & effective project where students learn significant content and build 21st century skills?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMCZvGesRz8

  • is an instructional strategy in which students work cooperatively over time to create a product, presentation, or performance. The two essential components of project-based learning are an engaging and motivating question and a product that meaningfully addresses that question.

  • Students collect analyze information make discoveries report their results.

  • Students develop their skills By learning new ( techniques ) communication presentations skills

  • Let them GOWhat management strategies were used by the teacher to create a culture of inquiry and independence?

  • Project Overview - A two-page form for recording a summary of your project

  • Teaching & Learning Guide -A two-page form for recording a summary of your project page form to record your plans for helping students learn what they need to be successful in the project

  • Project Calendar - A one-page form for recording the daily use of time in your project

  • Developing an IdeaSources of InspirationYour community, your students' interests, what happens in the world outside of school, or your content standards.Your colleagues file cabinets might contain project ideas or ideas could be in their heads, if you ask.www.pbl-online.org

    BrowseOnline Project Librariesset up by some states, school districts, school reform networks, and other educational organizations.UseProject Searchto easily access hundreds of indexed projects available on the Internet by simply choosing a subject.

  • Writing a Driving QuestionProvocative or challenging to students, because it is relevant, important, urgent or otherwise interesting.Open-ended and/or complex; there is no single right answer, or at least no simple yes or no answer. It requires in-depth inquiry and higher-level thinking.Linked to the core of what you want students to learn; to answer it well, students would need to gain the knowledge and skills you have targeted as goals for the project.

  • Tasks :Post guideline to lead the students to what do you need .The task : 1-Ask the students to collect some informations 2- Add your resources ( book- website-movie- tv programme)3- How they show their information

  • Team work :Post guide line to lead the students to what do you need .

  • Calendar:Post guide line to lead the students to what do you need .You have to fix discussion date

  • Post guide line to lead the students to what do you need .

  • Assesment:Post guide line to lead the students to what do you need .

    Collaboration Rubric is for assessing how well a student works as a member of a team during a project. It is designed to assess individual performance, not the group as a whole.

    Presentation Rubricguides assessment of an individual or a team presentation to an audience, which may be accompanied by the use of media or visual aides.

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