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When was a time you "figured something out" instead of being told how to do something or told information? Was this in school or outside of school? How well do you now remember or understand the topic?
 
When was a time you "figured something out" instead of being told how to do something or told information? Was this in school or outside of school? How well do you now remember or understand the topic?
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Do you believe that intelligence and skills are set or have the ability to change at any time? How did you feel about this when you were in school? How did it effect your school experience?
 
Do you believe that intelligence and skills are set or have the ability to change at any time? How did you feel about this when you were in school? How did it effect your school experience?
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Have you ever had a school project where being unsuccessful was considered ok? If yes, how did that go? If no, how do you think it would make you feel?
  
 
=='''Learn about integrating PBL with inquiry and Growth Mindset'''==
 
=='''Learn about integrating PBL with inquiry and Growth Mindset'''==
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Readings:
 
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First read [https://my.pblworks.org/resource/blog/4_ways_to_promote_growth_mindset_in_pbl this post] from BIE on supporting Growth Mindset through PBL. You will notice, Sustained Inquiry itself is one of the ways. See? All 3 work together!
 
First read [https://my.pblworks.org/resource/blog/4_ways_to_promote_growth_mindset_in_pbl this post] from BIE on supporting Growth Mindset through PBL. You will notice, Sustained Inquiry itself is one of the ways. See? All 3 work together!
  
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Read [https://www.nctm.org/Handlers/AttachmentHandler.ashx?attachmentID=XAZNGF8ag2E%3D this article] on PBL that looks at it as just one kind of inquiry learning.
 
Read [https://www.nctm.org/Handlers/AttachmentHandler.ashx?attachmentID=XAZNGF8ag2E%3D this article] on PBL that looks at it as just one kind of inquiry learning.
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== '''Assignment-How will you promote growth mindset''' ==
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<html5media height="360" width="640">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiiEeMN7vbQ</html5media>
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Watch Carol Dweck explain how to cultivate growth mindset and think of a way you could help your students with this. Go to the discussion page of this lesson and post what you have chosen and why.
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== '''Assignment-Lesson analysis''' ==
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If you can, try to schedule a time to observe a teacher conducting a PBL lesson. If you cannot please watch [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3jD7LJ6AWw this video] or another video of a PBL lesson of your choice. I recommend [https://www.edutopia.org/blog/watch-and-learn-observing-pbl-classroom-stacey-goodman this post] from Edutopia on observing PBL lessons.
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Then complete [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScSTP7AbEPRXjtm080WOmXj1t4cW2KixnMUzrG5rDMPC7-TvQ/viewform?usp=sf_link this google form] analyzing the lesson for use of inquiry and growth mindset. Review and learn from other students answers.
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==== Navigation ====
 
==== Navigation ====
 
[[Project-Based Learning with Inquiry and Growth Mindset|Back to Course Page]]
 
[[Project-Based Learning with Inquiry and Growth Mindset|Back to Course Page]]
  
On to Lesson 4
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[[Lesson 4: Creating your own PBL lesson|On to Lesson 4, The final project]]
  
 
[[Lesson 2: Strategies and structures for PBL|Back to Lesson 2]]
 
[[Lesson 2: Strategies and structures for PBL|Back to Lesson 2]]

Latest revision as of 21:39, 10 December 2019

Warm-up activity

Journal and personal reflection: Post on this discussion board about the following questions. Read and reply to past posts that stir ideas.

When was a time you "figured something out" instead of being told how to do something or told information? Was this in school or outside of school? How well do you now remember or understand the topic?

Do you believe that intelligence and skills are set or have the ability to change at any time? How did you feel about this when you were in school? How did it effect your school experience?

Have you ever had a school project where being unsuccessful was considered ok? If yes, how did that go? If no, how do you think it would make you feel?

Learn about integrating PBL with inquiry and Growth Mindset

As you saw in the last lesson, BIE includes sustained inquiry as part of ideal PBL, because it enhances the experience. In this lesson we will dive a bit deeper into that idea as well as growth mindset. We will investigate how these 3 educational practices enhance each other and how to integrate them in the classroom.

Readings:

First read this post from BIE on supporting Growth Mindset through PBL. You will notice, Sustained Inquiry itself is one of the ways. See? All 3 work together!

Return to the Guide to Project-Based Learning from Defined STEM you downloaded in lesson 1. Read chapter 3

Read this article on PBL that looks at it as just one kind of inquiry learning.

Assignment-How will you promote growth mindset

Watch Carol Dweck explain how to cultivate growth mindset and think of a way you could help your students with this. Go to the discussion page of this lesson and post what you have chosen and why.

Assignment-Lesson analysis

If you can, try to schedule a time to observe a teacher conducting a PBL lesson. If you cannot please watch this video or another video of a PBL lesson of your choice. I recommend this post from Edutopia on observing PBL lessons.

Then complete this google form analyzing the lesson for use of inquiry and growth mindset. Review and learn from other students answers.


Navigation

Back to Course Page

On to Lesson 4, The final project

Back to Lesson 2