Project-based learning can be an effective means to engage students in the teaching process. In a 450 word thread describe the keys to an effective project and strategies for managing a project-based classroom. Support your answer with at least two sources in APA format. Finally, provide an example of a project that might be implemented based on the topic you have chosen for your unit.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:42 am ad1c9bdddf
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For years, the education system in America has been moving away from a teacher centered approach to learning, to one that is more based on the needs and motivations inherent in the student. One of the primary methodologies that has been surging in popularity is the project-based classroom. As we know, any given classroom contains students who exhibit multiple intelligences and styles of learning. Traditional classroom environments, however, had the student having to adapt their own strengths and skills to those of the teacher, primarily by completing set assignments that the teacher assigned to them. Projects based learning affords each student to meet the core objectives for any given unit by completing a task in ...
A 450+ word discussion about how to effectively implement project based learning into the classroom environment. Two references are provided.
Instructional Technology Plan
Develop an instructional technology plan of training course of "OSHA requirements for blood borne pathogens" for for school employees. The course will be administered on-line as an asynchronous course that is self-paced and it will use Flash for animations, PowerPoint for slides, Dreamweaver as a web site platform, and Lectora to integrate these programs and for the evaluation and testing
The plan should include:
1. A description of the selected learning environment and the population of learners.
2. Accessibility issues such as geographic location (i.e., dispersion of students)
3. Infrastructure to support the technology (e.g., administrative, help desk, etc.).
4. Technological constraints that could affect access (e.g., bandwidth issues, hardware/software limitations, cost, etc.).
5. Instructional issues including learning objectives, interactivity, student assessment, complexity of content, rate of content change, etc.
6. Evaluation of instructional media mix. Describe "Flash for anamations, PowerPoint for slides, Dreamweaver as a web site platform, and Lectora to integrate these programs and for the evaluation and testing" that are used to support the organization's instructional technology plan based on the criteria.