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Project-Based Learning in Spanish Class (Punavision - May 2013)
Spanish teacher Jose Gigante has changed the way he teaches his Spanish One class by drawing from his experiences teaching Spanish Five. Punavision visited his classroom to learn more about this new approach. Produced & edited by Kimi Mesick '14
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Demo: Task-Based Learning - International TEFL Academy
Teach English abroad with International TEFL Academy! Get the latest details about salaries, hiring seasons, visas and more in your free brochure ⇒ https://ita.fyi/MediaTEFLBrochure In this video, International TEFL Academy professor Betsy Jo Divine demoes a task-based learning activity. Get paid to see the world! Teach English overseas.
Inquiry-Based Learning: Developing Student-Driven Questions
Wildwood IB World Magnet School uses the inquiry-based model to put students in charge of their learning, with lessons that stem from student questions and harness the power of curiosity. Wildwood IB World Magnet School GRADES K-8 | CHICAGO, IL Explore more resources from this school: https://www.edutopia.org/school/wildwood-ib-world-magnet-school
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Task Based Learning Spanish subtitles part 1
Task Based Learning Spanish subtitles part 1
Views: 3302 Kent Andersen
Project Based Learning: Explained. (SPANISH)
Learn more about Project Based Learning (PBL) at : http://bie.org/. The Buck Institute for Education commissioned the cutting-edge advertising agency, Common Craft, to create a short animated video that explains in clear language the essential elements of Project Based Learning (PBL). This simple video makes the essential elements of PBL come alive and brings to light the 21st Century skills and competencies (collaboration, communication, critical thinking) that will enable K-12 students to be college and work-ready as well as effective members of their communities. Translation provided by GoLocalise.
Spanish PBL
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Project-Based Learning, 20Time, Favorite Project for High School English, Teacher Vlog
An experienced high school English teacher shares tips and tricks to make your teaching life easier. Today, let’s talk about 20Time, a passion project similar to Genius Hour and the Google Certified Teachers' 20% Project where students spend 20% of class time for 12 weeks working on an individual plan approved by their peers. A whole bunch of free materials, including handouts, to explain the project can be found here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FREE-Project-Based-Learning-Materials-for-the-English-Classroom-20Time-Project-1918986 Lots of advice and free resources for secondary teachers at https://laurarandazzo.com/ Music used with permission of Sing King: https://www.youtube.com/user/singkingkaraoke
Views: 2386 Laura Randazzo
Task-Based Learning (TBL) in SLE
Short presentation about task-based learning and applying it to our ESL conversation program and textbooks at Pagoda Academy. http://www.jobpagoda.com/
Spanish PBL Part 1
Period 6
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PACE Lesson Demo
Conducting a lesson completely in Spanish at my job. Didn't work at all.
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PBL with Spanish Sub
Views: 134 Brian Brooks
Teaching Speaking with Task Based Learning (TBL)
We are from Group 7, this video is made as the final task of teaching methodology course.
Views: 117 Suci Annisa Tiara
Project Based Learning: Robin's Discussion and Vocabulary Projects, Part 1 of 3
In this series of three videos, you will follow one teacher, Robin, as her advanced level, reading-writing class works on a student-led discussion and vocabulary project. The project is based on the novel they are reading, "My Freshman Year." In Part One, Robin introduces the discussion-leading part of the project. She introduces the project to her students, models how the discussion will go, then wraps up and prepares the students for leading their own discussions. Note the goals the teacher has for the project in the interview and how she explains those goals to her students. Listen for concerns the teacher has about the project and how she prepares the students.
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Spanish PBL :)
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PBL: Culture & Grammar Project
Students research popular Hispanic music & dance styles, history, influences, and use the language & grammar acquired in class to teach the class. It's project based learning at its best! (choice, how to..., culture & language, multistep, collaboration, etc.)
Views: 768 Jenette Reyes
Spanish IV PBL
Gaffney High School Spanish IV Honors- Project Based Learning- Habia una vez
Views: 86 Kristin Bowers
Project-Based Learning in Less Than Five Minutes
This video is about Project-Based Learning. This is me in the 8th grade. I was a combination of shy and nerdy. My whole goal was to remain invisible. I had one friend, this kid named Matt. We were two nerds in a pod.  And, fortunately for me, he had perfect attendance year after year. Until, one day he was sick. I stood in the cafeteria, looking out at the sea of students, someone would invite me over. But it didn’t happen. I hid in boy’s restroom for the next 24 minutes. I was invisible. But not to Mrs. Smoot and Mr. Darrow. They knew me. They knew I cared about social justice and baseball and history, so they invited me to do a History Day project. Although it was fun, it was also terrifying. I had to plan the entire project and track my own progress. I had to figure out what questions to ask and where to find the answers. I had to narrow down my topic to something I cared about—in this case, Jackie Robinson and the integration of baseball. I wrote letters to newscasters and made phone calls to former players. I remember picking up the phone, my hands trembling, as I read aloud my pre-recorded script and waited for the stranger to respond. I eventually worked on a slide presentation. The most nerve-wracking moment occurred when I sat in a radio studio recording my script. When I listened to my voice for the first time, I hated it. At one point, I threw my hands up in the air. “I’m not doing this,” I said. But Mrs. Smoot looked me in the eyes and said:  I ended up sharing it with my class and then in the district competition, state competition and eventually in Washington D.C. Although I didn’t realize it at the time, Mrs. Smoot was why I became an educator. That project helped me grow into a creative thinker and problem-solver. And that experience is why I ultimately embraced project-based learning. Project-based learning is different from traditional classroom projects Learning through projects culminating projects Student choice in design vs. following a set of instructions Student inquiry vs. Pre-planned questions Self and peer assessment vs Teacher assessment Student ownership of process vs. Teacher ownership of process The Buck Institute identifies the following seven project design elements: 1. Challenging Problem or Question 2. Sustained Inquiry 3. Authenticity 4. Student Voice & Choice 5. Reflection 6. Critique & Revision 7. Public Product Note that project-based learning can work in tandem with other pedagogical models, like inquiry-based learning, design thinking, and problem-based learning. But the key idea remains that students are learning through projects and as a result they engage in deeper learning. SOURCES: Blumenfeld, P. C., Soloway, E., Marx, R. W., Krajcik, J. S., Guzdial, M., & Palincsar, A. (1991). Motivating Project-Based Learning: Sustaining the Doing, Supporting the Learning. Educational Psychologist, 26(3–4), 369–398. https://doi.org/10.1080/00461520.1991.9653139 Martinez, F., Herrero, L. C., & de Pablo, S. (2011). Project-Based Learning and Rubrics in the Teaching of Power Supplies and Photovoltaic Electricity. IEEE Transactions on Education, 54(1), 87–96. https://doi.org/10.1109/TE.2010.2044506 Ulrich, C. (2016). John Dewey and the project-based learning: landmarks for nowadays Romanian education, VI(1B). Retrieved from http://academiapedagogilor.ro/images/9.pdf What is PBL? Buck Institute for Education. Retrieved 2017-12-03
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What does the first year of PBL training look like at the Spanish House.
Jill Ackers describes what the first year of the PBL learning process look like for her teachers at the Spanish House. http://www.dallasspanishhouse.com/
Task Based Learning 3
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Task based learning in a Japanese primary school
This is a video of my students completing an adapted dictogloss activity. For more information see my slideshow about implementing TBL and focus-on-form activities in primary school contexts: http://www.slideshare.net/yorksensei/jalt2010-tbl-in-primary-schools
Views: 14426 James York
Problem Based Learning Unit
This is a Problem Based Learning Unit that I created for my class at Lipscomb University. The topic of the unit is Hunger in Our Community. The unit is designed for a 5th grade class implementing the TN State Standards and ISTE-NETS -s.
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Introducing Project Based Learning in your Classroom
This video is part of the Introducing Project Based Learning in your Classroom course on the Teacher Academy. Find out more on http://academy.schooleducationgateway.eu/en/web/developing-project-based-learning-in-your-classroom
Project-Based Learning: Raising Student Achievement for All Learners
Researchers in Michigan showed that project-based learning in high-poverty communities can produce statistically significant gains in social studies and informational reading—see how they did it in this video. Learn more about the study and download the Project PLACE curriculum on Edutopia.org: https://www.edutopia.org/article/projects-have-been-put-test-anne-lise-halvorsen-nell-duke
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Implementing task based learning by Aileen Donegan
Implementing a task-based learning approach in the classroom can seem like a daunting task for the teacher, especially when it comes to choosing the right task. With a TBL lesson focused on speaking, dealing with emerging language from learners and pacing the feedback stage are just two of the added hurdles to be faced when using this type of communicative approach. This talk is about the experience of putting TBL theory into practice; the successes and hiccups encountered along the way and, of course, how the students, in B1 and C1, have responded to this materials-light, student-centred approach: Aileen is an English language teacher based in Dublin. She has been working in the ELT industry since 2014. She completed her DELTA in the spring of 2017 from International House London. Her interests include: dealing with emerging language, teacher reflection, motivating students and teachers and the nature of classroom dynamics.
Views: 658 Elt Irl
Task Based Learning 561
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PBL Demo Lesson
SPED 511 - Demo lesson for Problem Based Learning
Methodology Pills for Induced Reflection - No.10 Task-based Learning
This is a quick video on Lesson Frameworks available for lessons where the focus is language systems, that is, Grammar, Vocabulary, or Functions. It summarises the different stages of a Task-based Learning framework and may be used as a guideline on how to structure your language-focused lesson. I pose questions and set tasks for you to carry out while watching so you may need to stop the video at different stages to do this. The idea behind these videos is that of not only showing or recapping something we may know about, but also to induce some reflection on what we know, we do and we would like to do. I hope you find them useful! Here is a KEY to the ABBREVIATIONS used in the video as not all those watching may come from a teaching background. Ss - students GD - Guided Discovery CCQs - Concept Checking Questions Fdbk - feedback PPP - Presentation Practice Production lesson framework TTT - Test Teach Test lesson framework TBL - Task-based Learning lesson framework
Views: 10375 Robert Martínez
Task Based Learning w. Maltese subtitles
Video produced with Maltese subtitles as part of the Methods project. The video shows how to employ Task Based Learning in a real class. The video is one of five videos produced in the BP-BLTM/Pools projects.
Views: 800 Kent Andersen
Teaching Historical Inquiry with Objects | SmithsonianX on edX | About Video
Take this course for free on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/teaching-historical-inquiry-objects-smithsonianx-ed1-1x ↓ More info below. ↓ Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/edx Follow on Twitter: www.twitter.com/edxonline Follow on YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/edxonline This course will give middle and high school history teachers new techniques to engage and motivate students with an inquiry-based approach to learning. About this Course How can you help your students to see history as a living, breathing record of the past? How can you motivate students to ask probing questions and seek complex answers? How can you bridge their historical knowledge with a lifelong commitment to civic action? With this course, middle and high school teachers will find new ways to engage students in and out of the classroom. Co-taught by Dr. Kathy Swan, Associate Professor of Education at the University of Kentucky, and Naomi Coquillon, Manager of Youth and Teacher Programs at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, this course will offer teachers useful and readily applicable strategies and tactics to incorporate inquiry-based learning methods into their existing history lessons. The course brings together the new College, Career and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies with the Smithsonian’s hands-on, museum-based educational techniques that bring historical artifacts to life for millions of visitors each year. Through explanation, demonstration, and dynamic examples, the course offers teachers practical ideas for how to entice students to craft complex and incisive questions; think critically about primary and secondary historical sources; form and support their opinions with evidence; and communicate their conclusions in ways that will prepare them to be engaged citizens of the world. Demonstrations will feature the Smithsonian National Museum of American History’s exhibitions and vast collection of historical artifacts and will offer ideas and resources to help teachers everywhere incorporate object- and inquiry-based teaching techniques and Smithsonian online resources into their own classrooms.
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Task Based Learning Implementation
How I'd implement a TBL lesson on advertisements. This kind of topic would be best suited for higher level students.
Views: 114 Andrew Chubb
Music PBL
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Challenge based learning: Andi Bodeau and Ryan Semans at TEDxBurnsvilleED
Challenge Based Learning: Students as Lesson Developers Andi Bodeau and Ryan Semans at TEDxBurnsvilleED Andi Bodeau, Bloomington Public Schools Andi Bodeau is the elementary technology coordinator for Bloomington, Minn., Public Schools. She has worked in education for 20 years as a social studies teacher, media specialist and technology integration specialist. She is a Google Certified Trainer and teaches online technology integration classes through IT4Educators. Currently, Bodeau supports classroom teachers in integrating technology into the curriculum and classroom, and her goal is to empower teachers to use technology to accelerate student learning. Ryan Semans, Tierney Bros., Inc. Ryan Seamans is the director of Instructional Technology and Development for the K-12 and Higher Education Department within Tierney Brothers, Inc. He has been involved in K-12 and higher education for more than a decade as an elementary teacher and technology integration specialist. Seamans believes life-long learning is a 21st century skill that is essential for the adults and workforce of tomorrow. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Camilo Junca, a teacher from La Salle University Languages Center in Bogotá, talks about the application of TBT and Communicative Approach inside the classroom.
Supporting English Learners in Project Based Learning
Gina Olabuenaga speaks with teachers from BIE National Faculty about an elementary school project, "Digging for Dinos” (LINK: http://bie.org/x3et), and how teachers scaffolded it for English Learners.
Community-based Learning
Community-based learning at Dominican University involves students in organized community service, engagement or research that is directly linked to a class curriculum and addresses local community needs.
Five Keys to Rigorous Project-Based Learning
Well-designed project-based learning (PBL) has been shown to result in deeper learning and more engaged, self-directed learners. Learn more about the five core elements of successful PBL in this video, then get more resources at Edutopia: https://www.edutopia.org/project-based-learning Archival footage courtesy of the Prelinger Archives: https://archive.org/details/prelinger
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Pbl spanish presentation
For me Barajas
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PBL-Modern Language
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Finland: Replacing Subject with Phenomenon Based Learning (Learning World S6E1, 1/2)
In Finland, schools are putting less emphasis on teaching subject matters and more on teaching thinking, ICT, work and multicultural contexts survival skills. Experts think that the way students learn and what they learn is constantly affected by the ever-changing world in which they live. Hence, reflection is being slanted towards the kind of skills youngsters will need to be successful in the future. Find out more about Finland’s “Phenomenon based Learning”! In Japan, the government is aiming to change the way students learn, behave and see the world, discover how: https://youtu.be/vvO3DaZH2aQ Learning World is brought to you by euronews: http://www.euronews.com/learning-world SUBSCRIBE to get more videos from WISE: http://www.youtube.com/WISEQatar?sub_confirmation=1 World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) is an international, multi-sectoral and action-oriented platform for innovation in education that connects innovators, nurtures new ideas, and recognizes and supports successful initiatives that are helping revitalize education. For more information about WISE: http://www.wise-qatar.org Follow WISE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/WISE_Tweets Like WISE on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wiseqatar
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Common Core and Project Based Learning
Learn more about Project Based Learning (PBL) at : http://bie.org/. We discuss the shifts in teaching required by the Common Core Standards and how they connect to PBL. For example, CCSS asks teachers to move from daily lesson planning to long-range unit planning - much like in PBL, where the project IS the unit - and to move from teacher talk to students engaging in conversations based on evidence for claims - as student teams do when developing their answer to a project's Driving Question. Sara Hallermann, Curriculum Development Manager at BIE
PaRK International school uses game-based learning to raise student engagement and achievement
PaRK International School wants its students to become collaborative and agile learners who impact and interact with our global society. To give students a more engaging and immersive education, the school introduced Minecraft: Education Edition in subjects across the curriculum. Teachers are exploring innovative new ways of teaching that harness students’ natural energy for gaming. Students find that their work is more fun, and they eagerly discover new ways of thinking that get them excited about learning.
Using Project Based Learning in Business Lessons
In this short interview, Ken explains the Marketing Project and why it is important to include project based learning in your business education lessons. To learn about the marketing project and other business lessons, click here: https://learn.aeseducation.com/catalog/show/Business_Fundamentals
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Developing Task-based Learning Activities Webinar (Part 1)
Recorded February 6, 2014, this is part one of a three-part webinar series developed to teach practitioners how to create task-based learning activities for Ontario's adult learning programs. Organized and paid for by the QUILL Learning Network (through MTCU project funding), and facilitated by Project READ's Anne Ramsay and Jane Tuer, this session discusses:  What is a task?  Tasks vs. skill building activities  Theoretical backbone  3 Steps to creating a task  3 parts of a task  Matching tasks to goal paths  Introduction to Complexity  Using existing tasks & creating more  Characteristics of a good document  Level the task not the document  What's good?  How to find documents for specific paths
Problem-Based Learning in Physical Education
Analysis of the structure of Problem-Based Learning and possible connections as a viable curriculum choice for secondary physical education.
Views: 1798 Kelly Simonton