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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - CBL Rubric
    Classroom Guide Resource Toolkit Standards and Assessment CBL Rubric 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 Standards and Assessment CBL Rubric 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4

    Original URL path: http://challengebasedlearning.org/view-resource/5 (2016-04-24)
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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - Challenge Tracker
    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 Challenge Tracker 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 Download An interactive spreadsheet document that can

    Original URL path: http://challengebasedlearning.org/view-resource/33 (2016-04-24)
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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - Developing a Challenge Proposal
    and Publishing Developing a Challenge Proposal 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 Media Creation and Publishing Developing a Challenge Proposal 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4

    Original URL path: http://challengebasedlearning.org/view-resource/14 (2016-04-24)
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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - CBL ePortfolio template
    ePortfolio template 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 CBL ePortfolio template 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 Download From Adam Brice

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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - Aprendizaje Basado en Retos
    en Retos 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 Setting the Stage Aprendizaje Basado en Retos 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 Download A Multi

    Original URL path: http://challengebasedlearning.org/view-resource/69 (2016-04-24)
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  • Challenge Based Learning - Toolkit Resource - Challenge Based Learning in Indonesia (Multi-touch book)
    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 CBL in Action Challenge Based Learning in Indonesia Multi touch book 0 5 1 1 5 2 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 5 5 Visit the web

    Original URL path: http://challengebasedlearning.org/view-resource/65 (2016-04-24)
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  • Challenge Based Learning - Common Core
    most difficult reading content is approached in a different way when the student sees that there is a larger purpose than answering the questions at the end of the chapter Motivation and ownership are critical to creating solid readers Ultimately the more we read the better we read and when we read what we are interested in we read more The ELA writing standards seek to produce students who write logical arguments based on substantive claims sound reasoning and relevant evidence 5 through both short focused projects and more in depth research Within the CBL framework the journey from developing guiding questions to solutions and then finally to implementation evaluation provides fertile ground for these types of writing assignments Once again students are writing about issues and ideas that they have formed a relationship with during the initial CBL activities At this point they have identified their challenge and begin to identify their guiding or research questions and answers them For each of these questions there is the opportunity to write about the relevant evidence they discover and why it effectively answers their questions This initial research and writing is more open minded and includes multiple perspectives As students move towards their decision on a solution they are forced to synthesize their research and use sound reasoning to substantiate their solution The final CBL phase also provides the opportunity for students to demonstrate the ability to support their claims with evidence as they implement and evaluate their solutions Throughout the entire process the students are expected to document their decision making through logical arguments and relevant evidence The CBL framework places a high value on the Speaking and Listening skills identified within the ELA standards At each stage of the framework the students are expected to be informally and formally participating in speaking and listening to their peers community members and experts in one on one small group and whole class settings 6 The CBL process is predicated on the learners collaborating to answer questions build understanding and solve real world problems In schools around the world we have seen students carefully and critically listening synthesizing difficult concepts and clearly presenting their ideas about big ideas challenges and their solutions to their peers families community members business owners government officials conference attendees etc These conversations have been on the phone in classrooms board rooms on the street city council chambers and large auditoriums The students not only learn how to listen and speak but also the nuances each context and audience demands Another very productive avenue for learning how to think and speak effectively is the reflection component of CBL Students that created weekly video and audio reflections became progressively more thoughtful communicators a skill that translates into success in school college and the workplace Instead of making media and technology a separate section or set of skills the expectation within the common core is that they are integrated throughout the standards This is exactly the same expectation within the

    Original URL path: http://challengebasedlearning.org/simplepage/common-core (2016-04-24)
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  • Challenge Based Learning - Younger Learners
    what they learned through CBL mattered to them To put CBL to the true test I applied it to the regular elementary classroom Working with a 4th grade reading teacher students identified problems in their community and formed teams to create solutions for them A diminished love for reading a lack of technology integration and the transcontinental pipeline were three issues around which student teams created solutions Students reading comprehension skills evolved as articles from the newspaper and the Internet were gathered as Guiding Resources Survey creation interviewing and even Internet searching skills all were developed throughout the course of the challenge As the student teams created their solution presentations and accompanying video reflections they all firmly believed that their solutions truly would impact our community This new way of thinking about learning coupled with the skill of asking good questions has carried over into other subject areas and classrooms as well In all of the above cases technology was a critical component not an after thought or an add on An iPod touch serves as a recording device when students do interviews of community members Photo Booth serves as a reflection and project management tool so that my time as teacher can be better used to work with student teams Students use iPads to create media on the go and fully capitalize on otherwise wasted time to be used for learning How can I teach content and do CBL As Frances Snyder Educator of the Gifted at Oneco Elementary School has said Since Common Core K 5 is chalk full of standards that focus on strategies rather than specific content incorporating them into a CBL challenge becomes quite natural CBL offers a mode for students to be active participants in the process of matching up Guiding Questions Activities and Resources to the standards Thus in the process they are better able to articulate what they are learning and why Another way to approach it is to use the standard as the challenge to the students Demonstrate mastery of this skill in something that matters more than just a letter grade Students of all ages possess a strong desire for their learning to matter If there is relevance and purpose to what they are doing they are more willing to master the math or labor over the language skills required for an effective solution implementation Some key success factors that I have found for implementing Challenge Based Learning with elementary and middle school students include Utilize a collaborative workspace with a minimal learning curve For me and my students Edmodo has provided a great platform on which to collaborate on CBL projects Spend extra time initially on questioning skills and strategies brainstorming and organizing ideas Utilize both high tech graphic organizing software and apps and low tech tools Post it notes and chart packs Increase the structure when planning for elementary classes frequent checkpoints required guiding activities for all students and daily journaling blogs or photo journals work well Create

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