PBL Organelle Model 2014

PROJECT BASED LEARNING organelle construction and presentation
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  Materials:Equipment:Chemicals:Rooms/Labs:On-line:GroupIndividual Prepared and adapted by John Osborne, using a template available from Buck Institute for Education: Assessments Formative Assessments (during project)  Quizzes, tests: Journal/Log: Drafts: Notes: (Objective A)  Checklists: Bibliographies: Graphs/Stats:  Summative Assessments (end of project)  Oral presentation: (Objective C)  Written presentation: (Photocopied notes) Expected prior knowledge: Expected, prior knowledge: Prokaryotic cells; outline organelles identification Entry 'event' to launch project: Reflection on the concepts which are central to biology (diversity, universality, evolution, homeostasis, cell theory and the central dogma). Reflection on the need for models, theories, etc. How do we learn? PROJECT-BASED-LEARNING (PBL) PLANNING - PROJECT SPECIFICS  Construction/Model: (Objective C)  Test/Exam: (Objective A)  Exp. Inv. Write-up: Poster, etc: Self evaluation: Peer evaluation:  Resources required Textbooks; Cornell note format; whatever is needed for the model Reflection  Focus group: Whole class discussion: Fishbowl discussion: Journal/Log: Survey: Open-ended questions: Completion of evaluation formatBiology labLots!   On-line Specialists Community Presentation to:  Class/Group School Staff Parents Practical manipulative skills Products and Outcomes: Group:Individual: 1.  Presentation of model to the group, including oral description, according to the rubric ( Objective C Research and Communication ) (1) Model ( Objective E Experimental investigation ). (2) Notes to share with group. (3) Complete set of notes covering each of the organelles as described in the syllabus 2.3.1 & 2.3.2. ( Objective A  - Knowledge & Understanding ). (4) Test ( Objective A - Knowledge & Understanding ). Research Collaboration Use of technology Transfer of information from one form to another Experimental planning and design Data collection Focus Question:Content (syllabus): CAN A CELL ORGANELLE BE MODELLED IN 3-D, AND USED AS A TEACHING AID?Diploma IB Biology syllabus Units: 1.2 (Prokaryotic and) Eukaryotic cells Skills:  Critical thinking Problem solving Oral communication Analysis of data4? contact hours + HWYear 12John Osborne Project idea: Summary of the issue(s), challenge(s), investigation(s) or problem(s) The challenge is to create a 3-D model of one of the cell organelles of a eukaryotic cell, and use this as a teaching medium for the whole Year 12 Diploma biology group. Name of Project:Subject/Course:Other subject links:Duration:Grade:Teacher(s) CELL ORGANELLESIB Diploma Biology PROJECT-BASED-LEARNING (PBL) PLANNING - PROJECT OVERVIEW
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