KWL tables are a staple tool for project-learning. They force students to think critically about what they know, what they want to know and what they have learnt about the topic under study. In preparation for #plsm13 we reckon it's a great idea to experience the power of a K.W.L. table first-hand.
Using the link below, take a moment to add to the K and W columns of our #plsm13 K.W.L table. Feel free to write as much as you like! Leaving your name is optional ;)
Link: Project Learning Swap-Meet
We're coming together on a Saturday to chat project-learning because we all know the value of collaboration. A really cool collaborative tool is Wallwisher.
Our second session for the day will revolve around answering those nagging questions you have about project-learning - and hopefully getting some answers from the wonderful Suzie Boss and through our small group discussions.
Please take some time to add your own nagging questions - no matter how silly they might seem to you - and add them to our #plsm13 Wallwisher.
Link: Project Learning Swap Meet Wallwisher
Quick overview of the projects
The swappers of the #plsm13 crew will be running projects over the year. An overview of the projects can be found here!