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  • Mrs. Meile's avatar
    Sharing a college essay that's trying to win money for a scholarship.
  • Mrs. Pittinger's avatar
    My co-teacher and I are looking for PBL ideas for third grade Solar System study. Have any ideas to share? Thanks in advance.
    • Ms. Brkich - You can use this "invent a sport" research to help formulate your project requirements:
      http://www.kidzworld.com/article/27411-invent...

      • Yesterday
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      • Mrs. Reyes - We had our students become travel agents and create a commercial to get people to travel or move to their planet. They had to consider landforms activities that "could" take place climate etc. we used a lap book for scaffolding.

        • Yesterday
      • Ms. Soneji - Namaste ,
        You may also ask you students to represent solar system planets using different food items which are approximately scaled. Even student would get the idea of comparing the size of the planets.
        You may refer the following link
        http://www.crscience.org/lessonplans/5_SolarSystem_McConnell_1011.pdf‎

        • Yesterday
    • Mrs. Yoon - Hi. I'm looking for materials or resources to help my students develop action plans for how they can make a positive contribution or provide services to the community in a particular field. As an example, one of my students is interested in sports and wants to think of ways to quickly provide recreation spaces for children in communities that experienced a natural disaster. Another is thinking about how to reduce the amount of trash and pollution caused by large venue events. I'm looking for ways to help guide them through this process - community service, social more...
      • Apr 16, 2014
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    Hi. I'm looking for materials or resources to help my students develop action plans for how they can make a positive contribution or provide services to the community in a particular field. As an example, one of my students is interested in sports and wants to think of ways to quickly provide recreation spaces for children in communities that experienced a natural disaster. Another is thinking about how to reduce the amount of trash and pollution caused by large venue events. I'm looking for ways to help guide them through this process - community service, social change or any other relevant resources would be helpful. Thanks in advance!
    Hi. I'm looking for materials or resources to help my students develop action plans for how they can make a positive contribution or provide services to the community in a particular field. As an example, one of my students is interested in sports and wants to think of ways to quickly provide recreation spaces for children in communities that experienced a natural disaster. Another is thinking about how to reduce the amount of trash and pollution caused by large venue events. I'm looking for ways to help guide them through this process - community service, social...
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    We agree with the Tennessean and Leanna Landsman: Common Core is the what, Project Based Learning is the how
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    In our latest blog, educator Benjamin Stern writes about the most amazing unit he has ever taught, and a Project Based Learning one at that. We were drawn to this post because Ben emphasizes the difficult shift from traditional teaching that PBL takes, one that takes time for not only students, but parents and teachers, as well. But the payoff is worth it because, "When they (students) can own their learning in this way (PBL), students achieve considerably more than they can in a traditional classroom." Thanks for sharing your story with us Ben!

    We're interested in learning about your experiences with PBL, too. Share them with us!
    In our latest blog, educator Benjamin Stern writes about the most amazing unit he has ever taught, and a Project Based Learning one at that. We were drawn to this post because Ben emphasizes the difficult shift from traditional teaching that PBL takes, one that takes time for not only students, but parents and teachers, as well. But the payoff is worth it because, "When they (students) can own their learning in this way (PBL), students achieve considerably more than they can in a traditional classroom." Thanks for sharing your story with us Ben!

    We're...
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  • Mr. Artis's avatar
    Please read my blog, Tar Heel Teachers, to read about the Indoor Yard Sale that we hosted to raise money to buy copies of Frances O'Roark Dowell's novel, Dovey Coe. Also check my post about Frances O'Roark Dowell's visit to South View Middle School.
    http://tarheelteachers.blogspot.com/2014/04/i...
    http://tarheelteachers.blogspot.com/2014/04/a...
    Please read my blog, Tar Heel Teachers, to read about the Indoor Yard Sale that we hosted to raise money to buy copies of Frances O'Roark Dowell's novel, Dovey Coe. Also check my post about Frances O'Roark Dowell's visit to South View Middle School.
    http://tarheelteachers.blogspot.com/2014/04/i...
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  • Mr. Staich's avatar
    I am planning a Community-Based Integrated Unit for elementary school students and have started to research ideas. What are some Integrated Units that have worked for you? Thank you.
    • Ms. Brkich - Fire department speakers are always a good idea, especially if they're willing to demonstrate the truck. Depending upon how young, a walking field trip to the library during which time they receive tour and possibly an opportunity to sign up for a card if they don't already have one. A visit from the local bank to talk about basic savings and interest might be good too.

      • Apr 12, 2014
    • Mrs. Majors - If you have a Junior Achievement organization in your area, that could be a great resource to!

      • Apr 12, 2014
  • Mrs. Thomas's avatar
    Does anyone know if there are any technology grants available to Spanish teachers or World language teachers in general?
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    Join us tomorrow for our weekly Hangout when Justin Wells of Envision Learning Partners will talk to us about the new assessments being used by Common Core states around the country and show examples of performance tasks like those on the Smarter Balanced test. Justin and BIE National Faculty member Andrew Miller will discuss how Project Based Learning can align with the new standards and prepare students for the performance tasks.
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    In a new blog, Clara Galan of Remind101 reminds us that texting can help set your students up for success in a project. She shares a few ways that teachers can use texting, which include texting small groups, attaching rubrics, resources, and a contract, sending reminders and deadlines, sharing group updates, and providing encouragement and tips. Check out the blog and let us know if you can think of any other ways that texting can be used to help teachers plan, schedule, and manage a project.
    • Mrs. Frederick - Great thanks for sharing

      • Apr 7, 2014
    • Mrs. Lewis - If texting is not allowed in your school try Today's Meet. It will do the same thing in the classroom plus you can print out the conversation for documentation.

      • Apr 8, 2014
  • Mr Josh Gold's avatar
    New group dealing with planning lessons/projects for the academic classes using arduino boards. Please join/share the link with other groups that may be interested. https://edmo.do/j/9kdah9
  • Dr. Palombella's avatar
    Good afternoon!
    My Parasitology students (high school juniors and seniors) have created a Web site about ticks in Virginia as their PBL project.
    Tick season is already upon us throughout the US. Learn about ticks, the diseases they carry, and more. While our site focuses on ticks in Virginia, much of the information is applicable to other areas. There are also links to information specific to other parts of the country and the world.
    Please take a moment to check out my students' work. It's my and their first attempt at a PBL, and we'd love feedback from the PBL community. You can post comments here, but it would be great if you could also use the site's comment form.
    The URL is: http://cosby-tick-info.weebly.com/
    Thanks very much for your consideration.
    Tony Palombella
    Cosby High School
    Midlothian, Virginia
    Good afternoon!
    My Parasitology students (high school juniors and seniors) have created a Web site about ticks in Virginia as their PBL project.
    Tick season is already upon us throughout the US. Learn about ticks, the diseases they carry, and more. While our site focuses on ticks in Virginia, much of the information is applicable to other areas. There are also links to information specific to other parts of the country and the world.
    Please take a moment to check out my students' work. It's my and their first attempt at a PBL, and we'd love feedback...
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    BIE's Editor in Chief John Larmer recaps yesterday's Hangout, "Assessment in Project Based Learning," when he was joined by BIE National Faculty members Ian Stevenson and Erika Jordan, and educator Janet Bontz. Check out the entire recap, and then join us next week when we'll be joined by Justin Wells, formerly at the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning and Equity and now with Envision Schools, to discuss how Project Based Learning can prepare students for the performance tasks planned for CCSS assessments. Let us know if you'll be joining us for the Hangout on Google+: http://bit.ly/1ovJyGB
    BIE's Editor in Chief John Larmer recaps yesterday's Hangout, "Assessment in Project Based Learning," when he was joined by BIE National Faculty members Ian Stevenson and Erika Jordan, and educator Janet Bontz. Check out the entire recap, and then join us next week when we'll be joined by Justin Wells, formerly at the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning and Equity and now with Envision Schools, to discuss how Project Based Learning can prepare students for the performance tasks planned for CCSS assessments. Let us know if you'll be joining...
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    Throughout April, we are taking a look at assessment and Project Based Learning - common issues teachers face, performance tasks, 21st century competencies, and district assessment policies and systems. Join the conversation on Google+, share your experience and expertise, and receive that of others.

    Watch our Hangouts on Google+ every Wednesday at 5:00 pm pst/8:00 pm est (LINK: http://bit.ly/1bIIinV). Join #PBLChat on Twitter every Tuesday at 5:00 pm pst/8:00 pm est (LINK: http://bie.org/x5an). Visit our newly redesigned website to find the support and resources you need (LINK: http://bit.ly/1galkO2). We look forward to learning with you this month.
    Throughout April, we are taking a look at assessment and Project Based Learning - common issues teachers face, performance tasks, 21st century competencies, and district assessment policies and systems. Join the conversation on Google+, share your experience and expertise, and receive that of others.

    Watch our Hangouts on Google+ every Wednesday at 5:00 pm pst/8:00 pm est (LINK: http://bit.ly/1bIIinV). Join #PBLChat on Twitter every Tuesday at 5:00 pm pst/8:00 pm est (LINK: http://bie.org/x5an). Visit our newly redesigned website to find the support and resources...
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  • Mrs. Clifton's avatar
    I want to start PBL with ALE students. Please help me begin my journey. Thanks.
    • Mrs. Bailey - They had a course at PBLU.org, but unfortunately decided to discontinue it. Still a good site to call into for ideas though, and they have other courses in the pipeline.

      • Apr 3, 2014
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      • Mrs. Clifton - Thanks!

        • Apr 4, 2014
      • Mrs. Bailey - You might be interested in this:http://www.intel.com/education/video/pbl/cont...

        • Apr 4, 2014
      • Mrs. Schipke - Help! I'm a beginner at PBL and I'm looking for a California gold rush or statehood unit. Any suggestions?

        • Apr 2, 2014
      • Ms. Gonzalez - My high school is looking to add more culturally diverse activities for students and the community. We have a large Hispanic population as well as Vietnamese, Nepali, and a few students from various Middle East countries. Right now we have an annual International Fair that is very successful. What are some activities that your school does to include you "minority" populations?

        • Apr 1, 2014
      • Mrs. Wallace - You could do an International Themed music, dance and storytelling Variety Show. It could be a fundraiser for the school or for a local cause that the kids choose. They do a good deed and share their culture with others.

        • Apr 3, 2014
      • Mr. Kite - Evening Everyone! Would you consider supporting my class in our efforts to raise the money for a 3D printer? If you or anyone you know donates by 4/5 your donation will be doubled up to $100. Just think of the possibilities this could open up for students!

        • Mar 31, 2014
      • Mrs. Lee - Hey All,

        I am looking for some great apps for creating online products which the students can post to Edmodo as an assignment.

        • Mar 28, 2014
      • Mrs. Lind - thinglink, voki

        • Mar 29, 2014
      • Mrs. Lee - Thanks so much! I use Tellagami which is similar to voki; I downloaded thinglink last night.

        • Mar 30, 2014
      • Mrs. Lind - also try prezi, weebly and kodu ;-)

        • Apr 1, 2014
      • Mrs. Toland - New blog post from The Divergent Educator
        "Divergent Problems + Divergent Processes = Divergent Solutions Part 4: Provide "It" and Get Out of the Way!"
        This post discusses four essential things that must be provided in order to successfully integrate tech into your district, school, or classroom. Examples how The Divergent Educator has accomplished each are provided. As always, she calls for new ideas to be shared as well. Enjoy!

        • Mar 26, 2014
    • Project Based Learning - "My best moments of PBL project management are when I am able to let go of expectations for what engaged student learning looks like." BIE National Faculty member Ian Stevenson writes about project management in our latest blog that focuses on our monthly theme of Managing Your project.

      • Mar 25, 2014
  • Mrs. Schipke's avatar
    Help! I'm a beginner at PBL and I'm looking for a California gold rush or statehood unit. Any suggestions?
  • Ms. Gonzalez's avatar
    My high school is looking to add more culturally diverse activities for students and the community. We have a large Hispanic population as well as Vietnamese, Nepali, and a few students from various Middle East countries. Right now we have an annual International Fair that is very successful. What are some activities that your school does to include you "minority" populations?
    • Mrs. Wallace - You could do an International Themed music, dance and storytelling Variety Show. It could be a fundraiser for the school or for a local cause that the kids choose. They do a good deed and share their culture with others.

      • Apr 3, 2014
  • Mr. Kite's avatar
    Evening Everyone! Would you consider supporting my class in our efforts to raise the money for a 3D printer? If you or anyone you know donates by 4/5 your donation will be doubled up to $100. Just think of the possibilities this could open up for students!
  • Mrs. Lee's avatar
    Hey All,

    I am looking for some great apps for creating online products which the students can post to Edmodo as an assignment.
    • Mrs. Lind - thinglink, voki

      • Mar 29, 2014
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      • Mrs. Lee - Thanks so much! I use Tellagami which is similar to voki; I downloaded thinglink last night.

        • Mar 30, 2014
      • Mrs. Lind - also try prezi, weebly and kodu ;-)

        • Apr 1, 2014
      • Mrs. Toland - New blog post from The Divergent Educator
        "Divergent Problems + Divergent Processes = Divergent Solutions Part 4: Provide "It" and Get Out of the Way!"
        This post discusses four essential things that must be provided in order to successfully integrate tech into your district, school, or classroom. Examples how The Divergent Educator has accomplished each are provided. As always, she calls for new ideas to be shared as well. Enjoy!

        • Mar 26, 2014
    • Project Based Learning - "My best moments of PBL project management are when I am able to let go of expectations for what engaged student learning looks like." BIE National Faculty member Ian Stevenson writes about project management in our latest blog that focuses on our monthly theme of Managing Your project.

      • Mar 25, 2014
  • Mrs. Toland's avatar
    New blog post from The Divergent Educator
    "Divergent Problems + Divergent Processes = Divergent Solutions Part 4: Provide "It" and Get Out of the Way!"
    This post discusses four essential things that must be provided in order to successfully integrate tech into your district, school, or classroom. Examples how The Divergent Educator has accomplished each are provided. As always, she calls for new ideas to be shared as well. Enjoy!
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