- My Learning Object...
- So I finally completed my Learning Object (I'm just hoping it is right!) It has gone for peer assessment now, so I just have to wait for 2 people to mark it and give me feedback! I hope I get nice peers! It took me so long to get my head around what I had to do!
Here's the final version, see what you think...
Title - PBL - World Cup Spies
Context - Year 5, KS2 Geography
Intended Learning Outcome - The Children use LOTS and HOTS of Blooms Taxonomy during this learning object. As they Remember and Understand previous learning about the use of ICT tools and software and apply this knowledge to support their learning. As they Complete the Learning Object they will Analyse information whilst researching determining whether it is useful or not. They will then Evaluate their learning through an open ended task where they use their 'smarts' to determine how they teach / show / perform their findings when sharing their work. By the end of this activity the children should be able to share information about a specific country which is participating in the World Cup.
Outline of activities and resources used - To introduce the activity and engage the children I will use a 'Mission Impossible' themed PowToon giving the children their design brief and Success Criteria. The children will then use Google docs to work collaboratively to research and record their findings about their given country. Following this process the children will then be asked to create an ICT based presentation to show their learning this can be done using a variety of ICT tools to create engaging material for their audience like Blabberize, Voki, PowToon, Software such as Google Maps to show the location of their country, either garage band to record a podcast or a video editing software such as iMovie or Windows Movie maker. They need to be able to add this project to their Google Docs presentation. Once the project is complete the presentations will be uploaded to the School blog so that they can reflect on their learning and allow others to comment on their work too in order to collaboratively create the next steps in learning.
An outline of the assessment rubric used - The children will then be assessed on the content of their presentation, the presentation of the slides and graphics used, their writing will be assessed according to the local authorities 'APP', ICT tools used and the creativity of the project.