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  • Challenge Based Learning - Welcome to Challenge Based Learning!
    an overview of the groundbreaking work being done at CERN and the importance of improving education opportunities in mathematics and science How can you Make Science Matter Resources Classroom Guide A guide for planning and implementing CBL Challenge to Solution Ideas for moving from challenge to solution 2011 CBL Report Results of the 2011 Implementation study CBL Rubric A general rubric for the overall CBL process Challenge Tracker Help students keep track of their progress Challenge Proposal Add a Challenge to the community ePortfolio template Keynote template for CBL Team portfolios Libro CBL Multi Touch CBL book in Spanish CBL in Indonesia Multi Touch book from Indonesian Students Connections Exploring the Common Core CBL provides an excellent environment to develop students who are prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing college and career landscape Younger Learners CBL in the elementary classroom nurtures relationships and a culture of creativity and innovation Reflection Through CBL student reflections become an integral part of the learning process and a helpful way for the students to organize their experiences Challenge Based Learning is an engaging multidisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that encourages learners to leverage the technology they use in their daily lives to

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  • Challenge Based Learning - About CBL
    Media Consortium Adobe PDF 1 MB 2009 CBL Pilot Report New Media Consortium Adobe PDF 688 KB The Complete ACOT2 Report Adobe PDF 912 KB CBL Classroom Guide Adobe PDF 359 KB Process Challenge Based Learning follows a workflow that mirrors the 21st century workplace Students are given enough space to be creative and self directed and at the same time are provided with support boundaries and checkpoints to avoid frustration The workflow can be structured and modified in a variety of ways The following process is provided as a starting point but is not meant to be prescriptive Collaborative Space Introduction Team Formation Assessment Guiding Questions Guiding Activities Solution Development Implement and Assess Document Reflect Publish How will the teams communicate Where will resources be shared A shared working space is helpful for a successful challenge The workspace should be available to students 24 7 include needed resources access to activities a calendar and serve as a communication channel with the teacher and between team members Why is this idea important to the students Why is this idea important to the community Once the big idea is selected the first step is to develop with the class an overview of the big idea and the related essential question This sets the broader context and foundation for the work that will follow The class then identifies a suitable challenge or is introduced to one of the existing challenges What makes up a productive design team How do we capitalize on everyone s skills In today s workforce individuals with various skill sets typically work together in teams on specific projects or challenges During this team formation stage it is important to consider roles and responsibilities and discuss the developmental nature of teams How will the process be assessed How will the solution be assessed The teacher and the teams discuss what they will use as a measure of their success and adopt adapt or develop a project rubric to gauge the success of their solution Assessment can and should be conducted throughout the process by both the students and the teachers The results of the assessment should inform decision making as the students move towards a solution At the end of the challenge both process and product can be assessed What do we need to know in order to meet the challenge After the teams are formed and briefed the students begin the process of identifying the questions that will guide their analysis of the challenge topic These questions outline what the students think they need to know to formulate a viable solution Questions will be answered reframed or new questions will be formulated along the way as information is gathered and concepts explored What do we need to do to answer our guiding questions What resources are needed During this stage the teams seek to find answers to the guiding questions by participating in a variety of learning activities conducting research experimentation interviewing and exploring various venues to assist

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  • Challenge Based Learning - Browse Challenges
    districts and schools to meet the challenge of increasing the involvement of all citizens in democracy Learn more Challenges Solutions Find gratitude in life especially during a tragedy Eradicate the kerosene lamp from Africa by 2020 Help others appreciate differences within your community Create a Positive Digital Culture Respond to an issue that you want changed Raise awareness about homelessness in Atlanta Decrease the Overpopulation of Animals Involve Citizens in Democracy Fight Against Obesity Increase understanding and awareness about Asylum Seekers Write to Change the World Help someone or something survive Improve your learning Do something with your old school books Increase Your Global Language Knowledge Make Science Matter Inspire Education Increase your community s fitness Increase awareness of the biological effects of pollution Make your school a place of peace Improve the health of your community through food Contribute your talent to society Reverse Student Apathy Recycle More Reduce waste in the school cafeteria Improve Recycling in your Community Improve Nutrition in Your School and Community Feed the Hungry Reduce your Carbon Footprint Find a Hero Get a job Teach what you have learned Reduce paper use in your school Improve quality or consumption of water in your community Improve your wellness Increase cultural identity and awareness in our community Transform apathy into engagement Reduce waste in your school or community Make undergraduate education relevant Increase Computer Recycling Take Care of the Land Make art a priority Creating a Culture of Collaboration Treat your body well Help a community recover from a disaster Apply the power of design to influence your environment Improve Family Dynamics Connect people Help me find my place Increase Sensitivity Design a better cafeteria experience Use creativity to solve a problem Make more environmentally ethical food choices Foster Community Actively participate in the political process

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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit
    File Type Word PDF Web Link Keynote Movie iTunes U Zip Archive ePub Pages Numbers iBook Audio PowerPoint Image Search Setting the Stage Reflection Prompts Ideas for reflection prompts that can be used throughout the process 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 10343 Media Creation and Publishing iMovie Trailers and Projects for iPad Download this Multi Touch book by Ben Mountz on your iOS device to learn about using the iMovie app to create trailers and projects for CBL 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 234 Setting the Stage Introduction to Challenge Based Learning iTunes U course Subscribe to this iTunes U course through the iTunes U app on your iOS device and learn about CBL from its origins to implementing today 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 234 Standards and Assessment Critical Thinking Problem Solving Rubric A rubric created by Francie Snyder that could be used to assess students critical thinking and problem solving in CBL 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 236

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  • Challenge Based Learning - Frequently Asked Questions
    solutions and create a final product the implementation of the challenge can be limited to individual students working on their own But remember when students engage in this type of learning they don t want to stop working on their projects when the school day is over Explore ways in which you can help your students continue working beyond the school day Do I need to collaborate with other teachers at my school or can I go it alone Answer Collaboration with other teachers is a best practice for Challenge Based Learning It helps ensure that the content is multidisciplinary and it allows for students to immerse themselves in content and draw connections between subjects However a single teacher and a single class can successfully complete a challenge You can also collaborate virtually with teachers in other schools in your community or beyond I m concerned about whether my students will master the material they need to know They have statewide tests coming up How can I be sure they will learn what they need through Challenge Based Learning Answer As the teachers in the pilots found the Challenge Based Learning process lends itself to content mastery By the end of the pilot nearly every teacher observed that students had mastered the content well beyond expectations Many felt that the depth of student learning was remarkable in fact much greater than anticipated Students engaged with the content worked harder than expected and demonstrated good critical thinking and collaboration skills Your task as a teacher is to facilitate this by starting with standards based content and connecting it to 21st century content and skills throughout the process Build basic skill practice into the activities and students will see a purpose for gaining the skills Some of my students don t even

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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - Classroom Guide
    Topic Setting the Stage Standards and Assessment Supporting the Process Media Creation and Publishing Research and Data CBL in Action Filter by File Type Word PDF Web Link Keynote Movie iTunes U Zip Archive ePub Pages Numbers iBook Audio PowerPoint Image Search Setting the Stage Classroom Guide 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 View Document This is the official CBL classroom

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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - From Challenge to Solution
    Supporting the Process From Challenge to Solution Search Topic Setting the Stage Standards and Assessment Supporting the Process Media Creation and Publishing Research and Data CBL in Action Filter by File Type Word PDF Web Link Keynote Movie iTunes U Zip Archive ePub Pages Numbers iBook Audio PowerPoint Image Search Supporting the Process From Challenge to Solution 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4

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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - 2011 CBL Implementation Report, New Media Consortium
    and Publishing Research and Data CBL in Action Filter by File Type Word PDF Web Link Keynote Movie iTunes U Zip Archive ePub Pages Numbers iBook Audio PowerPoint Image Search Research and Data 2011 CBL Implementation Report New Media Consortium 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 View Document A research report by the New Media Consortium with results of the 2011

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