Module 1 project-based learning - Coggle Diagram
Module 1 project-based learning
students work on open-ended projects of problems. learning is student-centered with the teacher as the facilitator. students usually work in cooperative groups for extended periods of time, seeking multiple sources of info and creating authentic products. projects my involve problem solving, they are not always focused on a problem. while projects my be inquiry based, they do not always incorporated inquiry skills.
Adult and student Roles
Students are at the center of the learning process.
The teacher is the facilitator of students’ learning experiences.
Students work with peers, experts, and other community members.
Students take on the roles of experts.
the Learning Experience
The project has real-world connections.
Students demonstrate knowledge and skills through published, presented, or displayed products or performances.
The project involves connected tasks and activities that take place over a period of time.
Technology supports and enhances student learning.
The project focuses on specific learning objectives aligned to standards
The project is driven by important curriculum-framing questions.
21st century skills are integral to project work.
The project involves ongoing and multiple types of assessment to inform the
students and teacher
Varied instructional strategies support and engage all learners.
EXM. Soalare cooking
exm . haet experiments
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Project Characteristics Check list
Project solar Cooker
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an approach where students seek answers by gathering info and data
an approach where students develop solutions to complex problems