|5E Instructional model
|Skills & Process
|Creating a game process
|Ideas for new ways
|Learn from Geese
|Take away note-cards
Support for returning -workers
|See games/Improv above
|Developing a Brand
Learning using the Questioning process … The student's have to own the process. Its not the teacher asking the question.
Pick a text, picture or video to have the students look/read at about the subject we want them to learn. After they complete to task, ask them the following:
· What question do you want to ask about this Text, Video, Picture?
· What excited you, or made you sad about what we discussed? Involve the group … Do they agree or have other questions or thoughts?
· What question comes to mind as you consider this painting/text?
Want to create a dialogue with the group about what the student is curious about.
Goals for the group: Develop the methods, definitions and writing of “how a learning team operates”; How to problem solve; Creating reporting system
· Operating principles of a learning team
· Create a team charter
· Written procedures and processes for a team
· Defining the team’s culture
· You can use any resource to find information ( Web, books, people, etc.)
· You can work together to create your thoughts
· You need to write your thoughts as a group
· Your group will discuss and present your thoughts at the end of the project
How to begin:
· Follow the attached flow chart and develop your answers to the questions or thoughts.
· Do your best as there is no one right answer. Its what you make of it.
· Think of and define the following life skills: Listening skills. Non-verbal skills, planning and goal setting, controlling your emotions, how to deal when you have a dis-agreement with others. Empathy for others,
o Create an index card with a two sentence description for the skill
o Try to implement the skill in your everyday activity
o Reflect on your growth or lack of growth
· When learning about a new subject as a team, we use various questions to gather information:
This learning process starts with a group of between 5-8 individuals, who will work together starting with an ice-breaker, then forming a learning team, followed by selecting a problem, working on solving the problem and finishing up with a testing and reporting activity to the community. During these tasks, life-skills will be infused in the process.
The expected outcomes are as follows:
Short Learning Projects (PDF Documents) ...Background/setup
Soft-Skill web sites
|Feel Good sites: Sayings
|Need for an engineering mind-set
|Research on the need-life-skills
|Skill-gap is serious
|Skills make you more employable
|XO learning outcomes