Designing Project-Based Learning Experiences, Lumbra, Summer 2020
||EDU 5515 C13
|Dates and Times:
||June 30 - August 18, 2020. Asynchronous meetings online.
In project-based learning, learners work to investigate and solve real problems and answer real questions. Learners of all ages want to make an impact and project-based learning can be an engaging way to design meaningful learning experiences for them. In this course, participants will learn the main elements of a project-based learning experience. They will brainstorm ideas for projects, driving questions, and culminating events or products. They will design their own project-based learning experience just in time for the new year to begin. This course is appropriate for teachers of any grade level as well as administrators who design professional learning experiences.
Course Goals & Objectives
Understand the difference between traditional projects and project-based learning
Design a project-based learning experience
- Apply the elements of project-based learning in a learning plan
- Plan for building a culture that supports project-based learning
- Define project-based learning
- Identify a purpose for using a project-based model
- Design driving questions
- Distinguish between traditional projects and project-based learning
- Plan for the management of self-directed learning activities
Required texts are not included in the course tuition.
Juliani, A. J. (2018). The Pbl playbook: a step-by-step guide to actually doing project-based learning. United States: Write Nerdy Publishing.
LARMER, J. (2017). PBL STARTER KIT. Place of publication not identified: BUCK INST FOR EDUCATION.
Hallermann, S., Larmer, J., & Mergendoller, J. R. (2011). PBL in the elementary grades: Step-by-step guidance, tools and tips for standards-focused K-5 projects. Novato, CA: Buck Institute for Education.
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