This week we were tasked with brainstorming our driving question and sub-questions for our projects. This process was not only intimidating, but also very insightful. After brainstorming, discussing and revising, I feel like I have a much better grasp on what my project will look like.
According to RJ Dake, driving questions contain the following criteria. They:
At first, it seemed like a very daunting task to create a narrowly-scoped driving question that contains all of these criteria. Here is my first attempt:
“How can we implement technology into our instruction in transformational ways?”
After a discussion with Dr. Rice and some classmates, I revised my question to be:
"How can I transform my teaching with technology?"
My Sub Questions are as follows:
I believe that these sub questions will guide the teachers that are taking part in this professional development to a deeper understanding of using technology in their classroom in a transformational way.
We were then tasked with creating a Visual Project Organizer. I chose to use Piktochart. You can view my organizer here. This was my first attempt at using Piktochart. I really enjoyed it. It was easy to use and the end product looks professionally done. The Visual Project Organizer also helped me to better visualize my project. I feel like every step we take, my end product becomes a little more focused and makes more sense.
Driving Questions (RJ Dake)