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1. Implementing Project-Based Learning and Multimedia in Elementary Social Studies Curriculum Kelly Hughes July 13, 2010 Touro University California Importance 2. Overview of Today’s Presentation Importance Purpose of Study Literature Review Key Themes Implications Gaps Importance and justification for study Project Based Learning (PBL) is an inn…” target=”_blank”> 3. Importance Project Based Learning (PBL) is an innovative way to help children relate what they learn in school to their lives outside of the classroom. Traditional teaching methods have not proven to be effective for some students or to have a positive impact on standardized test scores and graduation rates. Studies show that students engaged in project-based learning outscore their traditionally educated peers Today’s students are Digital Natives, therefore offering current technology and multimedia is essential in order to reach students maximize their learning potential Objectives or Outcomes 4. Purpose of Study Objectives or Outcomes To identify best practices when it comes to utilizing PBL and multimedia with Social Studies To introduce Project-Based Learning into a 4 th grade classroom to determine the impact it has on the student’s learning. Theme 1 Multime…” target=”_blank”> 5. Literature Review Theme 1 Multimedia and Social Studies Serves to engage students with multiple types of intelligences Provides access to materials that would otherwise be difficult to find Allows students to consider multiple perspectives Examples:Digital Storytelling, WebQuests, Theory Behind Project Based Learn…” target=”_blank”> 6. Literature Review Theory Behind Project Based Learning Constructivism Learners construct knowledge for themselves Emphasis placed on student rather than teacher Learning is an active process Theme 2 Theme 3: Benefi…” target=”_blank”> 7. Literature Review Theme 3: Benefits and Best Practices of using PBL and Multimedia Both motivate student learning Increase student interest in subject matter Supports learning by making content accessible Enhances student understanding Theme 4: PBL an…” target=”_blank”> 8. Literature Review Theme 4: PBL and Digital Storytelling Increases students engagement and motivation Enhances creative thinking Creates a “new way to solve an old problem” DS gives students a platform to voice their own thoughts and tell their own stories Organization of Study: 9. Implications for the Study Organization of Study: Communication to all stakeholders (school admin. Teachers, parents, students) Clear description of the benefits of PBL Roles and responsibilities Performance metrics and milestones Not many studies on usin…” target=”_blank”> 10. Gaps in the Literature Not many studies on using PBL in Social Studies at the elementary level Not many studies done on incorporating multimedia in PBL elementary classrooms Insufficient amount of objective and subjective performance metrics Traditi…” target=”_blank”> 11. Importance and Justification for your study Traditional teaching methods don’t work for all students. A “one size fits all” approach doesn’t effectively reach all students. PBL puts learning in a “real world” context for students Introducing this teaching method to a Social Studies curriculum (typically not the most interesting subject for many students), will help to determine if this method results in increased student engagement, participation, learning, and comprehension, as other have found

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