Becoming Proficient in Project Based Learning and One-To-One Computing: A High School World Language Department's Journey
Master of Education (MEd)
Educational Technology, Innovative Learning
The goal of this project was to create a website to help support seven teachers at varying levels of teacher development in one high school's world language department with the process of becoming Project-Based Learning (PBL) and one-to-one computing proficient. Although a useful website or collection of the process of becoming PBL proficient was created it was a starting point but not a solution for every problem that a teacher new to PBL and one-to-one computing may face. It was initially anticipated that some teachers would be afraid to try PBL and one-to-one computing, however, after three one-hour workshop sessions, none of the teachers demonstrated this fear. Instead, all teachers expressed some level of interest in learning how to become PBL and one-to-one computing proficient but were wary about being at differing levels of proficiency with regard to technology and PBL integration.
Brecheisen, J. (2011). Becoming Proficient in Project Based Learning and One-To-One Computing: A High School World Language Department's Journey. Retrieved from https://touroscholar.touro.edu/tucgsoe/22