Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Option 1:

  • UGA Learning Adventure (Web Adventure Project) Rubric
    *See examples of past student work below (Due 4/22/2013)

Option 2:

  • Create your own plan (and product) for demonstrating your ability to explore “meaningful learning with technology,” with an emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving. (Due 4/22/2013)
  • Create your own plan (and product) for demonstrating your ability to implement  “meaningful learning with technology,” with an emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving. (Due 4/22/2013)

Fall 2012 Adventures

The Basics of Basketball
How do People Express Themselves through Art?
Painting a Cooler, the RIGHT Way
The History and Culture of Thanksgiving
Christmas Preparations
How to Teach People with Intellectual Disabilities Life Skills
An Adventure in Scotland!
Disney World Done Right
Adjusting to Different Cultures
What Makes a Healthy Marriage?
Recycle Me!
Keeping PE in Schools

Spring 2012 Adventures

France at a Glance*
JUMP Into Action*

Why Does it Rain?
CollegeBoundMe
From Caterpillar to a Butterfly

A Rainforest Adventure

Fall 2011 Adventures

Making Healthy Eating Fun*
How to Prepare for a Hurricane
Kids with Cochlear Implants

Rubik’s Cube Adventure
How to Train for a 5K

Outrageous Olympic Outing

What Makes Whales So Unique?
*
A Coffee Beans Journey

Shotput

How Can You Protect Africa’s Animals?

Where did Christmas Come From?

Adventures into Metamorphosis*

You are What you Eat…?

All About Pasta

Can I Create My Own Fashion Magazine

Prepare for Baby Learning Adventure

An Active Adventure!

Discover Your Senses

What Makes a Good Friend?

Spring 2011 Adventures

The Life on an American Soldier*
How is Chocolate Made
Que es en Mi Casa
What’s with the Phases*
What Animals Belong on the Farm
How the 50 States Got Their Names
How are Shoes Made
My Five Senses
What’s Up with the Weather*

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