Project Based Learning is student learning where students gain experience, skills, and knowledge through a project. There is purpose and meaning in all. Key elements of Project Based Learning to keep it in tact of educational, challenging, and students gaining new experience are elements: key knowledge and understanding, success skills, challenging problem or question, sustained inquiry, public product, need to know, authenticity and reflection.
For the first scavenger, I decided to make a cute clipboard. When I was younger I never saw a teacher without a clipboard especially those conduct clipboards where I got “N’s and U’s” for talking all the time. I figured it was a necessity for me now. I love floral, stripes, and gold so I put it together. I am not handy with mod podge as this was my first time to use it so as you can see, I need more practice.
Math Scavenger Hunt
I made a math sign out sheet on Microsoft Excel because will all the stuff students will be using it will be hard to keep up. Especially if students are grabbing things once they’re done without notifying you. The sign out sheet shows respect to the teacher and teaches responsibility to students to always write down date and time you signed out the activity or game board. I put it in a picture frame so the Expo marker can easily write and erase on it. Then I decorated the frame to be math related.
This board game is used with time for first grade. 2- 4 players can play. Players will roll the die, land on a space and tell the time on the space. First player back to start wins the game.
For this resource challenge, bottle caps are used for a spell station. Magnets are on the back so it can be used on the side of the desk, whiteboard, or etc.
The 5E instruction model was based upon, Jerome Bruner, John Dewey and David Kolb. Also, Roger Bybee contributed to it. The model shows the structure for constructivist learning theory. Constructivism is the concept that learners construct knowledge for themselves from current/past knowledge through experience and reflecting on experience.
The 5E model sequences learning experiences so that students have the opportunity to construct the understanding of the experience over time.