6-3-5 Brainstorming - Example
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Job To Be DoneMore real-world problem solving by students
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Select world issues like famine, war, etc. work with students in that region connection to real world businesses to help solve problems they are currently working withprovide students open ended simulations related to real world problems
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Emphasis on local connection whenever possible. Look for service learning opportunities that connect with issue being studied.Two parts - 1) have students partner with Chamber of Commerce to develop promotional materials (print/video/web) to attract businesses to area, 2) develop awareness with student how their learning can connect to various career pathways.opportunities to explore/create (e.g. business incubator @ Sigourney's charter school eseal)
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Make curricular connections in different content areasUse technology to interview and/or research cultural differences in the business worldPresent findings to a panel including community or business people
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Involve students in determining the problem and design of project.How will success be measured? Failing in the project can still be a successful learning opportunity.Make sure that the problems relevant and connected to students' lives, while still expanding their experiences.
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More locally involved? Students have a better way to relate to the issue.Small Groups? Class? Student interests? Senior exit project.Process vs. the ultimate solution. Process is more important.
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Connect local to globalSenior exit project. present the findings to a panel of community members
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