PLC-F Agenda: Jan. 12, 2012

SMART GoalThe PLC members will grow in understanding/proficiency for Project-based Learning and Balanced Assessment by engaging in regular lesson study aimed at achieving these objectives in the Learning for Life vision statement.

CHALLENGE: Collaboratively build an ORGANIZED PBL resource to be used as a “PBL menu of exploration” for our PLC lesson study (STEP 2 of 12-1-11 Challenge). [See 12-8-11 agenda and comments.]

  1. Review the PLC-F chart paper & Google Doc that contains our developing lesson plan for PBL. Flesh out the common lesson plan on Google Doc by utilizing the resources we are gathering and the pedagogy we are designing.
  2. Organize the “PBL menu of exploration” resources to align with the developing lesson plan – so that the asset we can use with the PLCs is built and complete!
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Learner. Husband. Dad. Chief Learning and Innovation Officer at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Atlanta, GA. Have worked in transformation design, educational innovation, and school leadership for 20+ years.
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2 Responses to PLC-F Agenda: Jan. 12, 2012

  1. tsadtler says:

    I love the Tools for Schools post by J. Martin. One thing we can do for our adult learners is to expose them to as many PBL ideas as possible. Several, after seeing the classroom design videos from Martin’s post, will say to themselves “We could do that.” Eventually, they’ll come up with their “that” before anyone else does.

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