Difference between revisions of "Unit 4: Create Assessments"

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These e-lecture and reflection activities will take place over the next two weeks. You should begin these assignments now and post by June 28, 2019.  
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These e-lecture and reflection activities will take place over the next two weeks. You should begin these assignments now and post by July 4th, 2019.  
  
 
'''Activity #1:''' Please read the article on performance tasks and complete the questions. This has been assigned to you on google classroom.   
 
'''Activity #1:''' Please read the article on performance tasks and complete the questions. This has been assigned to you on google classroom.   
  
'''Activity #2:''' [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMCZvGesRz8 Project-Based Learning]  . Please watch this video on project-based learning and read the following article ( [https://www.edutopia.org/blog/what-heck-project-based-learning-heather-wolpert-gawron What The Heck Is Project-Based Learning] ) then post three interesting facts or ideas you learned and two or three questions you still have to the course page  (join by going to Google Classroom and using class code:  x0mvf2).   
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'''Activity #2:''' [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMCZvGesRz8 Project-Based Learning]  . Please watch this video on project-based learning and read the following article ( [https://www.edutopia.org/blog/what-heck-project-based-learning-heather-wolpert-gawron What The Heck Is Project-Based Learning] ) then post three interesting facts or ideas you learned and two or three questions you still have to the course page  (join by going to Google Classroom and using class code:  x0mvf2).  Comment on at least 3 others participant's posts.
  
'''Activity #3:''' With the understanding of project-based learning and performance tasks, add assessments of these kinds to your curriculum guide grid.  
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'''Activity #3:''' With the understanding of project-based learning and performance tasks, add assessments of these kinds to your curriculum guide grid. For guidance and examples please [https://docs.google.com/document/d/14qbO9gLsbErPD55VKUw3Z0MYMOEzlJYCmi330AUK63E/edit?usp=sharing see this document.]
 
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'''Reflection Activity:'''
 
'''Reflection Activity:'''
  
1. Considering the two activities that took place during this unit, identify ways in which your thoughts about integrated curriculum may have changed and some hesitations or questions you still have.  What was easy for you during this process? What did not come so easily?  Post your reflection journal to the course page (join by going to Google Classroom and using class code:  x0mvf2).   
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1. Considering the activities that took place during this unit, identify ways in which your thoughts about integrated curriculum may have changed and some hesitations or questions you still have.  What does a project or performance task show you that a test cannot? How do you think children like projects compared to tests? Does your district have rubrics developed for you to adapt and follow?  Post your reflection journal to the course page (join by going to Google Classroom and using class code:  x0mvf2).   
 
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'''Go back to [[The Power of Integrated Curriculum]]'''
 
'''Go back to [[The Power of Integrated Curriculum]]'''
 
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Revision as of 20:56, 2 May 2019

Target objectives for Unit 4:

Upon completion of this unit, participants will:

1. Understand what project-based learning and performance tasks are and their purposes; and

2. create their performance tasks or projects for the unit, adding them to their curriculum map.


Activities:

These e-lecture and reflection activities will take place over the next two weeks. You should begin these assignments now and post by July 4th, 2019.

Activity #1: Please read the article on performance tasks and complete the questions. This has been assigned to you on google classroom.

Activity #2: Project-Based Learning . Please watch this video on project-based learning and read the following article ( What The Heck Is Project-Based Learning ) then post three interesting facts or ideas you learned and two or three questions you still have to the course page (join by going to Google Classroom and using class code: x0mvf2). Comment on at least 3 others participant's posts.

Activity #3: With the understanding of project-based learning and performance tasks, add assessments of these kinds to your curriculum guide grid. For guidance and examples please see this document.


Reflection Activity:

1. Considering the activities that took place during this unit, identify ways in which your thoughts about integrated curriculum may have changed and some hesitations or questions you still have. What does a project or performance task show you that a test cannot? How do you think children like projects compared to tests? Does your district have rubrics developed for you to adapt and follow? Post your reflection journal to the course page (join by going to Google Classroom and using class code: x0mvf2).


Go back to The Power of Integrated Curriculum