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TIPS and the Internet. Tries to have understudies recognize open issues and study conceivable arrangements it additionally considers arrangements attempted previously. ...
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Welcome to TIPS! (Educating Interdisciplinary Problem Solving)

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History of TIPS A U.S. Division of Education Technology Innovation Challenge Grant. Granted in 1999. In 5 th Year of a 5 year stipend. One year augmentation for 2004-2005 school year. Honored to Bronx HS area. Around 600 instructors have taken an interest Goal to coordinate innovation into the educational program through investigation of open approach and the investigation of Supreme Court cases Each educator gets around 80 hours of Professional Development.

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TIPS Staff Ira Gelernter-Co-Director (Bronx) Fred Fisher-Staff Developer Art Fortin-Staff Developer David Gelfand-Staff Developer Kate O\'Hara-Staff Developer

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TIPS and Professional Development Use of Technology: Laptop PCs for instructional use LCD projectors for classroom use Workshop preparing when all is said in done innovation After school and amid four entire day programs

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TIPS and Professional Development-(2) Non-Technical: Use of TIPS Techniques in the classroom Conlaw Public Policy Analysis (PPA) Science PPA Global History PPA International PPA U.S. History PPA

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TIPS and Professional Development-(3) These methods can be utilized as a part of: Computer labs. Classrooms – with or without a web association. As paper-based examination that doesn\'t require PC or web get to (some entrance is viewed as alluring)

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TIPS and the Internet Seeks to have understudies distinguish open issues and study conceivable arrangements it likewise concentrates on arrangements attempted before. The TIPS Website is the entrance most understudies use to begin in the project. The TIPS Website

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Parts of TIPS Public Policy Analyst (PPA) An organized investigation of open issues with the goal of creating proposed arrangements and testing their legitimacy. ConLaw The investigation of Supreme Court Cases and their effect on individuals\' lives.

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Conlaw A related a portion of TIPS that studies Supreme Court Cases. A procedure has been produced to consider and comprehend the way of a specific court case and how it has affected society.

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The Public Policy Analyst The other real piece of TIPS. Understudies are requested that examine an open problem– or from the past. (PPA)- (SPPA) They then build up a strategy to address that issue and investigate it too. For recorded occasions the procedure includes taking a gander at what approaches were created and breaks down their adequacy. (GHPPA)- (USHPPA)- (IPPA)

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WebQuests The six primary areas of a TIPS WebQuest: The Introduction Orients understudies and catches their advantage. It gives a review of the action. The presentation (and the whole WebQuest) is composed in the second individual ("You" or "Your gathering"), for it is coordinated to your understudies. Some imaginative WebQuests utilize a situation that is initially displayed in the Introduction. Make sure to characterize the connection and area of your WebQuest in the Introduction.

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The Task depicts the general objectives or targets of the WebQuest. It is any product(s) that understudies are relied upon to create, for example, a PowerPoint, an oral presentation on an examination of a Supreme Court case utilizing CompuLEGAL, a storyboard that portrays the improvement of new strategies to manage air contamination by utilizing the Public Policy investigation, and so forth

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The Process clarifies methodologies understudies ought to use to finish the task(s) that have been expressed in segment two. The definite connections for the different six stages of the PPA procedure are utilized or the specific connection to the CompuLEGAL case being considered.

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The Resources are the sites and records understudies will use to finish the errand. Likewise, other site joins identified with the theme might be incorporated. The Evaluation measures the consequences of the movement. More often than not, it ought to contain a rubric that elucidates the educator\'s criteria for assessing the different undertakings or items that the understudy must deliver. It additionally incorporates particular state/city measures from no less than two scholastic orders (since TIPS is interdisciplinary).

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The Conclusion aggregates up the movement and urges understudies to ponder its procedure and results. It can likewise be utilized to present the following WebQuest.

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