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Us as teachers considering the direction and possibilities for increasing motivation and engagement during the Inquiry process. plus.google.com 100 ideas in 10 minutes based around our ICON question: "How might we use design thinking and ICT to increase student engagement and motivation during the… - Kate Dunstan - Google+
How might we use design thinking and ICT to increase student engagement and motivation during the inquiry process plus.google.com After much deliberation, we have finally come up with our question: How might we use design thinking and ICT to increase student engagement and… - Anthony Speranza - Google+
Information about previous Genius Hour investigations with our students plus.google.com After +Craig Cummings asked what Genius Hour is, I thought I should share a bit about it seeing as we will be testing our question this term during Genius… - Anthony Speranza - Google+
Generating 100 ideas in 10 mins lh3.googleusercontent.com
10 Principles of Genius Hour drive.google.com 10 principles of genius hour.pdf
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Judging Googleable Vs Non-Googleable Qs plus.google.com After yesterday's "ideation" session using 100 ideas in 10 minutes with our students, we re-examined our questions through a "Googleable and… - Anthony Speranza - Google+
Judging ideas as "googleable" vs "non-googleable" lh3.googleusercontent.com
Developing complex questions lh5.googleusercontent.com
notosh.com To Google or not to Google? | The NoTosh Lab
Defining Googleable Vs Non-Googleable lh5.googleusercontent.com
Narrowing questions plus.google.com Over the last few days, students have been busy developing their GeniusHour proposals for this term. Built on last week's Googleable and Non-Googleable… - Anthony Speranza - Google+
Finalizing approved questions for investigation plus.google.com Over the past few weeks +Bianca Raux +Louis Naidoo +Nick Parker +Kate Dunstan and myself have been reviewing, approving, and collating all of our Genius… - Anthony Speranza - Google+
List of approved questions stmarks56.global2.vic.edu.au Genius Hour Term 2 in 2014 | Year 5/6 @ St. Mark's Primary School
Generating Non-Googleable Questions lh4.googleusercontent.com
Proposals on display once approved lh6.googleusercontent.com
Generating Non-Googleable Questions lh5.googleusercontent.com
Students using Google Forms to collect information plus.google.com Google Forms in Genius Hour +Anthony Speranza +Bianca Raux +Nick Parker +Louis Naidoo +Tanya Moran +Debbie Darvell Our students have been busy… - Kate Dunstan - Google+
Students using Google Forms to collect information lh3.googleusercontent.com
Sharing with others, receiving feedback lh6.googleusercontent.com
Students reflecting on their progress plus.google.com A major part of our students completing their Genius Hour projects is for them to document what they are doing and reflect upon what they are doing.… - Nick Parker - Google+
Students researching the web plus.google.com Google+ is a place to discover amazing things and connect with passionate people.
Students researching the web lh6.googleusercontent.com
How might we... lh3.googleusercontent.com
100 ideas in 10 mins plus.google.com Google+ is a place to discover amazing things and connect with passionate people.
Proposal template for students to use stmarks56.wikispaces.com
Receiving feedback from students plus.google.com As teachers, we have all been assuming that students have been enjoying Genius Hour this term. This can be seen from the fist pumps and shrieks of joy… - Anthony Speranza - Google+
Students critiquing peer projects plus.google.com #GeniusHour #DesignThinking This morning we discussed the concept of feedback with our students - we are in the prototype phase of our inquiry process and… - Kate Dunstan - Google+
Students viewing another school's Genius Hour presentations via Google Hangouts plus.google.com Today our students are watching +Eleni Kyritsis' students present their Genius Hour projects on Google Hangouts. We attempted to watch it live yesterday… - Anthony Speranza - Google+
A list of final projects plus.google.com All of our Term 2 Genius Hour projects have been published to our blog and are available here -… - Anthony Speranza - Google+
10 projects shared on Google Hangouts plus.google.com Students are presenting their Genius Hour projects live on Google Hangouts...an estimated audience of 300 viewers. - Anthony Speranza - Google+
A recording of our live Hangout plus.google.com A recording from today's Genius Hour presentations on Google Hangouts can be seen here - Anthony Speranza - Google+
Genius Hour Open Expo lh5.googleusercontent.com
A process for students to give and receive feedback on their progress docs.google.com Learning Loop and Feedback.pdf
Opportunity for students to give and receive feedback on their ideas lh6.googleusercontent.com
Inspiration for ideas hughtheteacher.wordpress.com In our classroom this year my colleague Gallit Zvi and I used many youtube videos to inspire resiliency, grit, and hope in our students prior to guiding them in formulating their inquiry questions …
diytoolkit.org Defining a problem is a deceptively simple task – what at first seems to be the problem is often merely a symptom of a deeper problem. The Problem Definition tool works to both open a …
Learning Loop drive.google.com LEARNING LOOP.pdf
Generating ideas checklist drive.google.com generating ideas.png
What's your impact? plus.google.com One of the 10 principles of our approach to Genius Hour which we maintain to be of high importance is to encourage students to have an impact beyond… - Anthony Speranza - Google+