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Published on February 4, 2014

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Booklet of challenges to approach Challenge Based Learning.
The use of ICT and Digital Resources in Primary Bilingual Education.
URJC. February 2014

Are you up to the challenge? Some challenge sheets to start approaching Challenge Based Learning. A proposal by Mª Jesús García San Martín. The use of ICT and Digital Resources in Primary Bilingual Education. URJC. February 2014 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

Bridge the generation gap Overview The school staff where you work are worried that their kids and teenagers often feel that the older ones do not understand their troubles and that their parents and grandparents do not actually know what they are talking about. They challenge you to set up a committee of experts to establish a programme and discover ways to show kids and teenagers that there is more to every generation than they might think. Idea Generation gap The Challenging Question How can generations be brought together? Guiding Steps Read and analyse the challenge scenario, designing a mindmap Adequately define the challenge you are facing Identify what you know about the challenge you are up to Identify which issues you do not know Design a work plan to tackle the challenge Gather and organise information Analyse the gathered information Develop activities, present and share the process and outcomes. 2

Guiding Activities 1. Discuss and reflect your feelings about your own community. 2. Find adequate web resources and media that help you bridge the generation gap. 3. Plan and create multimedia content and activities that can bridge the generation gap. 4. Design a virtual environment to share your project. 5. Present your project to the world. Guiding Resources American Family Bridging the generation gap with diverse, creative education Bridging learners and educators Generation gap worksheets The Value of Wrinkles 15 años y un día Cero en conducta 3

Audiovisual Science Overview The European Commission in charge of Lifelong Learning is afraid that Science, Technology and Audiovisual Language are falling behind in Education these days because the children in Primary Education are not working in a connected way. They challenge you to set up a committee of experts to set up a programme that shows that Science, Technology and Audiovisual Language are not incompatible and to help children discover how science can be creative, helpful and fun. Idea Audiovisual Science The Challenging Question What makes Fiction into Science and Science into Fiction? Guiding Questions Read and analyse the challenge scenario, designing a mindmap Adequately define the challenge you are facing Identify what you know about the challenge you are up to Identify which issues you do not know Design a work plan to tackle the challenge Gather and organise information Analyse the gathered information Develop activities, present and share the process and outcome. 4

Guiding Activities 1. Have a micro Science Fiction storytelling marathon. 2. Visit Robotics Labs. 3. Compile a robotic photo album. 4. Set up mLearning libraries of science and robots apps. 5. Record a robotic movie. 6. Narrate science experiments. 7. Design a virtual environment to share your project. 8. Present your project to the world. Guiding Resources European Robotics Week Education EU Robotics Week 13 / Education in Spain Science and Audiovisual Language Effective Use of Audiovisual Curricula to Teach Science Scientix Maths and ESL 5

Improve the immigrant experience Overview The Social Services in your city think that arriving immigrants sometimes are not able to find their own way around or where to look for help to become part of the city. They challenge you to set up a committee of experts, put yourself into the boots of an immigrant and establish a programme to help them improve their trip and arrival into the city. Idea Migration, immigrants, melting pot The Challenging Question How can you improve the immigrants’ experience into your country? Guiding Questions Read and analyse the challenge scenario, designing a mindmap Adequately define the challenge you are facing Identify what you know about the challenge you are up to Identify which issues you do not know Design a work plan to tackle the challenge Gather and organise information Analyse the gathered information Develop activities, present and share the process and outcome. 6

Guiding Activities 1. Charts of immigrants, their thoughts of their homeland, their traditions, the culture clash, their needs. 2. Interviews to immigrants. 3. Augmented guide of points of interest for immigrants: illustrated, geolocalised, enrichened. 4. Design a virtual environment to share your project. 5. Present your project to the world. Guiding Resources Kids Discover (Immigration) Immigration Reform: Understanding the Issue From Different Points of View Immigrant Voices El Barco del Exilio: Blog and Site In search of a better life Educando en mundos sutiles Manzanas, pollos y quimeras 7

Let’s flood the school with music & art Overview The Head of Studies in your school is afraid the place is becoming dull, empty and lacking personality because Arts and Music are second place areas. She challenges you to set up a committee of experts and plan a programme to turn the school into an art museum full of colourful music. Idea Art, music, media literacy The Challenging Question Can Arts and Music turn the school into a more sensitive place? Guiding Questions Read and analyse the challenge scenario, designing a mindmap Adequately define the challenge you are facing Identify what you know about the challenge you are up to Identify which issues you do not know Design a work plan to tackle the challenge Gather and organise information Analyse the gathered information Develop activities, present and share the process and outcome. 8

Guiding Activities 1. Design posters and leaflets; enrich them with digital technologies. 2. Record music, songs, sounds, chants, artful phrases and texts. 3. Choose arts of work to exhibit. 4. Choose soundtracks to play publicly. 5. Design a virtual environment to share your project. 6. Present your project to the world. Guiding Resources Plastinglish Do Now Arts and Pop Culture Music How to set up an Art Exhibition Creating a Podcast Queremos Musicarte 9

Set up a successful mLibrary Overview The librarian at the University is overloaded with work and feels the library is not the place it should be and that students are not benefitting enough from it. He challenges you to set up a committee of experts and establish a programme to turn the school library into a mobile library. Idea Mobile learning, encourage reading anywhere, anytime The Challenging Question How can readers become mobile bookworms? Guiding Questions Read and analyse the challenge scenario, designing a mindmap Adequately define the challenge you are facing Identify what you know about the challenge you are up to Identify which issues you do not know Design a work plan to tackle the challenge Gather and organise information Analyse the gathered information Develop activities, present and share the process and outcome. 10

Guiding Activities 1. Design audiobooks. 2. Illustrate storybooks, design them, narrate them. 3. Disseminate mobile motivation for reading. 4. Compile mobile shelf-books, advertise the books of your life time. 5. Design a virtual environment to share your project. 6. Present your project to the world. Guiding Resources A Wall of Books Plan Lector Móvil Kuentalibros World Book Day VeoQuijote Dickens Digital Storytelling for Teachers 11

Stories to Warm Hearts Overview World Book Day is approaching and the School Principal would like to organize a festival to celebrate the day. He challenges you to set up a committee of experts to establish a programme of activities to show the importance of storytelling at all times and seasons , to make storytelling remind kids and teachers of winter nights curled around a warm hearth and to link stories with national traditions; storytelling with intercultural alchemy. Idea Traditions, Storytelling, Stop Motion The Challenging Question Are local traditions being overcome by global ones? Guiding Questions Read and analyse the challenge scenario, designing a mindmap Adequately define the challenge you are facing Identify what you know about the challenge you are up to Identify which issues you do not know Design a work plan to tackle the challenge Gather and organise information Analyse the gathered information Develop, present and share the process and outcome. 12

Guiding Activities 1. Mindmap your traditional stories. 2. Turn traditional stories into digital stories. 3. Collaborate to design intercultural alchemy. 4. Illustrate, narrate, record, role play and learn with storytelling. 5. Storify your memories. 6. Augment the reality of stories to warm hearts. 7. Turn your community into an amazing auditorium. 8. Design a virtual environment to share your project. 9. Present your project to the world. Guiding Resources Digital Storytelling for Teachers at Pinterest Collaborative Chain Stories Scary Short Films The Value of Wrinkles O Apóstolo 13

Toolkits in jars Overview The school ICT coordinator feels that the Primary kids have so much knowledge about tools/apps/ 2.0 services that they should help other members of the educational community with their digital skills, such as other students with less knowledge, parents or teachers. He challenges you to set up a committee of experts to establish a programme and help others with their digital skills in collaboration. Idea Tools, collaborative learning, creating tutorials The Challenging Question Can you help others to improve their digital skills? Guiding Questions Read and analyse the challenge scenario, designing a mindmap Adequately define the challenge you are facing Identify what you know about the challenge you are up to Identify which issues you do not know Design a work plan to tackle the challenge Gather and organise information Analyse the gathered information Develop, present and share the process and outcome. 14

Guiding Activities 1. Design tutorials about useful digital tools. 2. Choose and classify tools and design first aid kits. 3. Create a full 2.0 web menu with tools, resources, activities to practice. 4. Invite other Top Chefs to take part. 5. Design a virtual environment to share your project. 6. Present your project to the world. Guiding Resources The 30 goals challenge for educators Video lessons Educational Technology ESL Teachers Connected Learning La cocina de las TIC En la nube TIC Docente 2.0 15

Turn journalists into brave reporters Overview The University staff thinks that the institution is not well advertised in the press and that it is not really well known and would like to improve their position in the media. They challenge you to set up a committee of experts and establish a programme to let students become digital reporters and help the University with their campaign in the media. Idea Journal, Digital Magazine, Collaboration, School News The Challenging Question Can we put our school in the press? Guiding Questions Read and analyse the challenge scenario, designing a mindmap Adequately define the challenge you are facing Identify what you know about the challenge you are up to Identify which issues you do not know Design a work plan to tackle the challenge Gather and organise information Analyse the gathered information Develop, present and share the process and outcome. 16

Guiding Activities 1. Organise a newspaper, magazine, radio station or TV channel. 2. Decide on sections, frequency, graphism. 3. News to publish: format, length, roles of reporters. 4. Multimedia content. 5. Design a virtual environment to share your project. 6. Present your project to the world. Guiding Resources The ESL Times Dave’s ESL Cafe TOPICS. Online Magazine for learners of English ESL Partyland Waves School Radio 17

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