Week of October 26, 2020 Team Milestone # 1
Your project is framed by a meaningful problem to be solved, an idea you want to try or test out, or a question to answer. During this phase, come together as a team, choose your leader, set you team norms, and determine your mission.
November 18, 2020 - Daquanna Harrison - Bringing Your 'Whole Self', Discussions on Diversity in Adult Education
- Plenary Session: Respecting Difference and Diversity
Think Tank Session
January 13, 2021 - Jorge Valenzuela - Make Remote Learning Engaging for Students by Focusing on Project-Based Learning
- Plenary Session: Incorporating Digital Literacy & Blended Learning
Week of January 18, 2021 Team Milestone # 3
At a team, use the Question Formulation Technique (QFT) to stimulate inquiry. This allows you to make meaning and organize your project work. Use questions formulated & prioritized by the team to then find resources, gather data & apply information in order to answer your guiding question or solve your problem. Meet regularly to assess progress.
Week of February 15, 2021 Team Milestone # 4
Testing, Application & Feedback
Through testing, gather feed back about your solution to revise and improve upon it.
Week of March 15, 2021 Team Milestone # 5
Reflect, Critique, & Advise
As a team, engage in thoughtful, comprehensive reflection about the project's design and progress. Craft your showcase presentation to demonstrate the reasoning behind the choices you, made, your inquiry process, findings, & work produced.
Week of April 5, 2021 Team Milestone # 6
Present your work at the culmination showcase. together, choose how you will convey your project to the conference audience through Zoom. Craft a summary of your presentation to be posted online & prepare supportive materials that can be shared.
SHOWCASE - APRIL 14-15, 2021
Week of April 5, 2021 Team Milestone # 7
Use this opportunity as a team to evaluate both your project & the PBL process. Determine how you will take what you have learned from this experience further.