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Resource Brief Description/PurposeK-56-89-12
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See, Think, WonderProtocol/RoutineA routine for exploring works of art and other interesting things. Main Lessons
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Think, Puzzle, and ExploreProtocol/RoutineA routine that sets the stage for deeper inquiryMain Lessons
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Introducing Team ContractsManagement StrategyA document explaining how to introduce and use team contracts throughout a projectMain Lessons
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Generating Need to KnowsManagement StrategyA document explaining how to generate and use Need to Knows effectively in the project phasesMain Lessons
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3-2-1Reflection StrategyA 3-2-1 prompt helps students structure their responses to a text, film, or lesson by asking them to describe three takeaways, two questions, and one thing they enjoyed.Main Lessons
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Triangle-Square-CircleReflection StrategyThis reflective strategy requires students to reflect and choose important pieces of information and question anything they don't completely understand.Main Lessons
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What Did I Learn Today?Reflection StrategyReflective writing helps the teacher determine if a day's lesson met met its intended learning goals.Main Lessons
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Empty RefrigeratorVideoFeedOCdotOrg.Two boys are playing basketball. One boy has a snack, doesn't finish it, and tosses it in the garbage. Later, the other younger boy picks it up and eats it. The scene then shows the younger boy opening up his refrigerator that is nearly empty.Considerations/ variations
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Pub Fosterhjem: A child has nothing to eat at schoolVideoIt's lunch time at a Norwegian school. The students are coming out of their lunch box. But a child discovers that his is empty. Sad, he asks to get out of class. When he comes back to sit down, he finds out that his box is full of food. He understands that the students around him have shared some of their lunch with him. The slogan "solutions are often closer than you think."Considerations/ variations
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Teaching the Photo EssayArticleA blog post defining "photo essay" and providing a simple method to teaching the photo essay to studentsConsiderations/ variations
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HumanityPhoto EssayIn this photographic collection of humanistic portraits spanning our planet we are introduced to the inseparable, indivisible notion that we are all connected.Considerations/ variations
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The Hungry Planet: What the World Eats?Photo EssayA photo essay by Time Magazine that depicts everything that an average family consumes in a given week—and what it costs.Considerations/ variations
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The Faces of NaturePhoto EssayA photo essay that is a unique look at all the little things around us that are part of everyday lifeConsiderations/ variations
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Zoom InProtocol/RoutineA routine for examining details and making interpretations.Considerations/ variations
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Chalk TalkProtocol/RoutineA routine to promote discussion and awareness of issues, perspectives, or academic challenges and to demonstrate knowledge of a topicConsiderations/ variations
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Question Formulation TechniqueProtocol/RoutineThe Question Formulation Technique (QFT) is a simple but rigorous step-by-step process designed to help all people — students and adults — formulate, work with, and use their own questions. The Question Formulation Technique (QFT) is a simple but rigorous step-by-step process designed to help all people — students and adults — formulate, work with, and use their own questions. The QFT combines three thinking abilities in one process: divergent thinking, convergent thinking, and metacognitive thinking.Considerations/ variations
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Step InsideProtocol/RoutineA routine for getting inside viewpointsConsiderations/ variations
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Gallery WalkProtocol/RoutineThis discussion technique allows students to be actively engaged as they walk throughout the classroom. They work together in small groups to share ideas and respond to meaningful questions, documents, images, problem-solving situations or texts.Considerations/ variations
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Color, Symbol, ImageProtocol/RoutineA routine for distilling the essence of ideas non-verballyConsiderations/ variations
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English Learners Scaffolds for PBLReflection StrategyA resource of scaffolds to use with English Learners in the project phase. (Login to my.pblworks.org required.)Considerations/ variations
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Responding to a Writing PromptReflection StrategyArticle that provides strategies to help students respond to prompts.Considerations/ variations
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3YsProtocol/RoutineA thinking routine to help nurture a disposition to discern the significance of a situation, topic, or issue, keeping global, local and personal connections in mindConsiderations/ variations
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Exit TicketReflection StrategyA document explaining how exit tickets can be used in a project as formative assessments and/or reflection routines that students complete and submit at theend of a lesson or class period.Considerations/ variations
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Exit CardReflection StrategyWeb page explainging the rationale for using exit cards to formatively assess studentsConsiderations/ variations
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Exit SlipReflection StrategyThis strategy guide introduces the concept of using Exit Slips in the classroom to help students reflect on what they have learned and express what or how they are thinking about the new informationConsiderations/ variations
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Last Stop on Market StreetPicture BookAmazon. Written by Matt de la Peña. Award winning. Every Sunday after church, CJ and his grandma ride the bus across town. But today, CJ wonders why they don't own a car like his friend Colby. Why doesn’t he have an iPod like the boys on the bus? How come they always have to get off in the dirty part of town? Each question is met with an encouraging answer from grandma, who helps him see the beauty—and fun—in their routine and the world around them.Considerations/ variations
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Last Stop on Market Street VideoEpic. A free reading website for educators and children during the school day.Considerations/ variations
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Project WallManagement StrategyLearn how to make a project wall: the visual “hub” in your classroom that you can use to manage key information about a project as it unfolds. Considerations/ variations
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