Best Practices: Pedagogy and Instruction

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video "...High Tech High (is) an innovative collection of charter schools in Southern California led by lawyer-cum-carpenter-cum-education innovator Larry Rosenstock and a diverse team of adult learners. The model is deeply rooted in project-based learning (PBL), whereby students learn academic knowledge while picking up real-life skills such as collaboration and critical thinking. With this pedagogical foundation and supportive spaces, students can produce meaningful and integrated projects -- from a conservation book series on the San Diego Bay to a bilingual cookbook. Such interdisciplinary work is supported by a thoughtful facility design that displays flexibility, ownership, transparency, and originality. On its website, High Tech High notes that guests “remark that it looks and feels more like a high-performance workplace than a school.”  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=xfP53Alnbhk 
Video A local example of how ubiquitous technology supports teaching and learning logan@watertown.k12.wi.us http://bit.ly/mP8AKa 
Digital Tool This clip demonstrates how performance guides are propagated for digital tools that support student work. It is part of an overall digital workspace tool created for students in the 1:1 laptop program in the Watertown Unified School District.   http://www.screencast.com/t/ZTA2YzU4NGYt 
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