Classroom Experiential Learning Activity Types: Tool Kits Starter Bundle

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    Learning by Reflection Template: Editable Google Slides


    Are you looking for open-ended homeschool or classroom experiential learning activity resources for any and all subjects or targets? Or maybe you're interested in adding experiential learning activities to your classroom or homeschool curriculum but aren't sure how to facilitate it, don't have time to create experiential learning activity guiding resources, or simply don't know where to begin?

    This bundle includes classroom experiential learning activity tool kits designed to apply to any concept. Students design and lead their own experiential learning experiences such as project-based learning, design thinking projects, problem-based learning, and more. OR you could use the templates to design experiential learning experiences yourself for students that aren't quite ready for 100% self-direction.

    You don't need to reinvent the wheel! These tool kits require little prep on your part other than printing or sharing templates digital. The experiential learning activity tool kits were created to help you and your students streamline the process to make student-directed learning of any kind seamless.

    Experiential learning is an incredible way to engage students, emphasize autonomy, personalize learning, and as a result, relieve you of planning lessons for the rest of your teaching career. Because experiential learning is self-directed, students plan the lessons, or you gradually help them get to that point.

    Imagine these resources in your classroom or homeschool: You print out and organize the guiding materials and templates for each of these activities, organize them in file organizers on a bookshelf, and leave those resources there for students to grab when they need them, never having to plan a lesson again.

    This is what my learning environment looks like. Those materials stay on those bookshelves indefinitely, my students know where to find them, and they are used 365 days a year. Those self-directed, experiential learning activity tool kits are my entire curriculum. I don't need to purchase anything else, and lesson planning is a thing of the past.

    This bundle includes all of the guiding materials and activity tool kits that you need to launch experiential learning activities in your classroom or homeschool today and maintain indefinitely if you so choose.

    This resource is great for educators that are new to experiential learning because it is designed to seamlessly guide you and your students through the process. It is also a great tool for those that have tried experiential learning but don't have the time to create resources and systems.

    • Personal Learning Plan: This bundle includes an editable, Google Slides, personal learning plan, which students build and manage over the course of a year or session. They follow their personal learning plan to help guide learning experiences. Personal learning plans help set the stage for customized learning experiences.
    • Learning Activity Tool kits: Several activity tool kits are included, each designed in a way that gives students autonomy. All of the templates are provided to help students design, plan, and lead their own experiential learning activities.
      • High School Project-Based Learning Tool Kit - Design templates included for guidance through the PBL process including checklists, project proposals, feedback forms, a reflection, a student-generated rubric template, a generic project-based rubric, and more.
      • Problem-Based Learning Tool Kit - This resource includes all of the templates needed for students to identify real-world community issues, brainstorm solutions, analyze possible solutions, weigh the costs and benefits of a variety of solutions, and develop a comprehensive solutions plan.
      • Self-Directed Scientific Open Inquiry Tool Kit - This tool kit includes all of the guiding materials needed for students to design and execute their own scientific experiments.
      • Community Action Project Tool Kit - This is a project-based learning tool kit with a service-learning twist. Students identify issues or problems in their own communities, explore a chosen issue, develop an action plan and take action.
      • Maker Project Tool Kit - This resource provides guiding materials for design thinking projects. Students develop products, test their products, make adjustments, modify their products, etc.
      • Service-Learning Tool Kit - This resource offers the guiding materials to support students independently through self-directed service-learning experiences. Students use the templates to brainstorm community needs, develop service plans to meet those community needs, and serve.

    • 21st-Century Skill Portfolio: The tool kits already are great activities to teach 21st-century skills. This bundle includes a 21st-century skill-building portfolio with a printable and digital (Google Apps) option. Students use the portfolio to share and document evidence of 21st-century competencies, which they gain through PBL, PrBL, design thinking projects, etc. This is great for college and career readiness.
    • Free Bonus Included: Editable Google Slides Learning Reflection Template

    Free Extras! Get my free mini-bundle of experiential learning activity tools to tie it all together. Use these freebies to help you plan, design, and manage the experiential learning activities included in this tool kits bundle.

    All resources included in this bundle have a printable and Google Apps digital option.

    Note: The PDF versions are not editable. The digital versions offer the option to overlay text and images and to remove or delete slides to fit your needs.

    FREE resources to complete the experiential learning package:

    • Free Experiential Learning Activity Tools Mini-Bundle - includes a quiz to help you determine which activity is a great fit for your students depending on variables you're working with at the time, an experiential learning activity planning mindmap, and an implementation spreadsheet that includes pages to help you manage EACH activity included in this bundle.
    • Free experiential learning video training - How to design experiential learning activities for your classroom or homeschool. You can find this resource exclusively in our Facebook group, so not only do you get a free training, you also get a super innovative and supportive community of educators.

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Analyze a major global challenge to specify qualitative and quantitative criteria and constraints for solutions that account for societal needs and wants.
    Evaluate a solution to a complex real-world problem based on prioritized criteria and trade-offs that account for a range of constraints, including cost, safety, reliability, and aesthetics, as well as possible social, cultural, and environmental impacts.
    Design a solution to a complex real-world problem by breaking it down into smaller, more manageable problems that can be solved through engineering.
    Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.
    Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation.


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