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The Envisioning Project-Based Language Learning MOOC

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Title:The Envisioning Project-Based Language Learning MOOC
Envisioning Project-Based Language Learning
Authors:National Foreign Language Resource Center
Contributors:Tschudi, Stephen (instructor)
Keywords:Language and languages
Project method in teaching
LC Subject Headings:Language and education
Project method in teaching
Date Issued:24 Apr 2020
Publisher:National Foreign Language Resource Center
Abstract:The Envisioning Project-Based Language Learning MOOC aims to offer course participants basic information about project-based language learning (PBLL), which refers to a scheme of curricular design for learning world languages based on established principles and practices of high-quality project-based learning as described by pblworks (Buck Institute for Education). The learning outcomes targeted in this course are:
-identify essential features of high quality project-based learning (PBL) project designs
-identify key concerns of project-based language learning PBLL compared to PBL in other disciplines
-describe sources for project ideas
-identify the three dimensions of “authenticity” in projects
-craft an effective “driving question” (challenging question or problem)
-generate multiple project ideas and test them using the Product Square, aligning product, audience, partners, and purpose
-anticipate "Need-To-Knows" for a project's content, skills, and management

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Description:The Envisioning Project-Based Language Learning MOOC (massive open online course) is a ready-to-use Moodle course. This course aims to offer course participants basic information about project-based language learning (PBLL), which refers to a scheme of curricular design for learning world languages based on established principles and practices of high-quality project-based learning as described by pblworks (Buck Institute for Education).
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/67819
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