Matrix-SUCCESS

Matrix PBL tools:

VALLEY PBL TEMPLATE

GUIDE FOR MATRIX 2.5- EXPLAINED-mastery-matrix-2-5-pbldocx

 

MATRIX TEMPLATE >>>>> mastery-matrix-2.5-PBLdocx

SUMMARY PBL TEMPLATE- >>>>>  PBLtemplateVHS

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Authentic+Assessmentauthentic-assessment-15-728authentic-assessment-7-728Backward_design  Article

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PBLTEMPLATEvalley

classroom-visit-matrix-form

depth-of-knowledge-levels

fchs-cornerstone-skills-2013-14

mastery-matrix-2-5-pbldocx

SEVEN ESSENTIALS FOR PBLs

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MATRIX TEMPLATE >>>>> Mastery Matrix 2.0

DEPTH OF Knowledge Levels

Cornerstone skills

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Fayette County FYS-Session 1 
The 4 C’s of Learning Skills

CORNERSTONE SKILLS EXAMPLES

  • Analyze
  • Infer
  • Compare & Contrast
  • Justify
  • Evaluate
  • Create
  • Synthesize
  • Summarize
  • Cause & Effect

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PBL Support

EL-Article- Larmer & Mergendoller Seven-Essentials-for-Project-Based-Learning.pdf

TEMPLATE– SEVEN ESSENTIALS FOR PBLsTEMPLATE

Buck Institute  Why Project Based Learning

https://www.edutopia.org/practice/solving-real-world-issues-through-problem-based-learning

PBL FLOWCHART (1).pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4jFNM-31uE– -<<<<<PBL from VEGA

 Why Project Based Learning– BUCK INSTITUTE 

Peer to peer- classroom visit-matrix form’

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Depth   Of   Knowledge Levels

  • DOK 1:  Recall–Remember their developmental level
  • DOK 2:  Multiple steps, one answer, cognitive decision
  • DOK 3: Justify, some collaboration, abstract, real world, interdisciplinary, more than one answer, multiple approaches

 

  • DOK 4:
    • Performance tasks are Key in the higher order DOK 3-4
    • DOK 4 is “real world application”  (application is a skill)
    • The nature of a DOK 4 activity calls for a PBL  -project based learning
    • Take more time
    • Rubric
    • Product is important and different
    • Teacher is facilitator…roles change as the student does the work
    • Collaboration
    • Students make decisions
    • Students do research
    • Challenge the kids
    • Problem solving
    • Higher order thinking –HOT
    • Discovery & Inquiry
    • Student does the work and they discovery through inquiry
    • Cross disciplines
    • Greater student autonomy…not cookie cutter
    • They are not led, as they come to their own conclusions.
    • Curve ball….. Throw on a “what if”, make it real world, this changes directions in thought…This is big, as it shifts the PBL to make them

 

Do not confine a student’s way to show mastery

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 DOK SUPPORT 

descrip_social_studies

arts DOK

math sci dok

read write DOK

Intermediate_math_Toolkit_2

Science_DOK_Levels_Defin_and_examples_06-22-05_249868_7

CCA_DOK_SUPPORT_808_Science

Webbs Depth of Knowledge Guide

CCA_DOK_SUPPORT_808_Mathematics

SoE Mtng PwrPt 10.19.12 (Finco)

 

 

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Grouping Ideas 

Cooperative+Grouping+Strategies.pdf

cooperative-learning-grouping.

https://uncw.edu/jet/articles/Vol11_2/Burke.pdf

ARCHIVAL LINKS

Accessing IAB reports
Accessing Your Reports on the WV Portal IAB-3

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