Design Thinking - Virtual Makerspace
Ed. Leadership & Instructional Media
Tiphour TIPLAB TIP Project Scaffolds
1. Take time to review a number of the TIP projects before making a selection.
2. Select a TIP project based upon your interests.
3. Combine TIP projects to create themes.
4. TIP Projects are ongoing and may not be finished by the end of the term.
5. If a project does not exist for your particular interest, you can create one, and have it reviewed.
6. You can change your project at any time, just construct a new TIP and have it reviewed.
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Tiphour TIPLAB Introduction Guided Instruction Starter
1. Welcome to Technology Class and the Tiphour TIPLAB. 2. Sit were you want until there is a problem - Put your name on the Seating Chart - Respect 1st 3. Let’s log onto the computers... Set up cloud classroom, and Key Docs 4. Survey 5. Tiphour TIPLAB Explained 6. Technology Integrated Problems (TIP’s) 7. Learning Objectives 8. Circular Curriculum - Start Anytime 9. What is Technology? Name, List, Define... 10. What types of technology did you use over the break? 11. Finding this information online - search Tiphour, TIPLAB, #Tiphour, #TIPLAB 12. Go over classroom procedures…
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Select a TIP Project
Technology Integrated - Project Based Learning and Problem Solving
“Designing solutions using process, choice, and time”
To be considered a TIP you must have at least three products to create. Use a minimum of three skills working on the project. Integrate at least one technology tool. Include evaluations for the products you plan to create. You can always add more products and information in your project as needed. You can also use any sample project as a starting place to create a new project. “The biggest part of creating a new project is knowing what questions to ask.” - RL