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Welcome

Page history last edited by Cheryl Rolland 9 years, 3 months ago

Welcome PSPBL to the "Innovative Police Education" Wiki.

 

Please go to the "Users" tab and update your profile with your name and picture. 

 

PSPBL users each have a "Learning Journal" page titled with their name.

 

Individual Learning Journal pages will not be linked together until there is activity on the page.

 

If you have any questions or need help, please don't hesitate to contact me.

 

Cheers to our journey!

 

Cheryl Lambert 


 

Accessing Pages & Files   

 

All files can be accessed via the links displayed in the right hand column of the "Welcome page" or through the "Pages & Files" tab at the top of the page.

 

Additional information concerning use of the Wiki can be accessed through the PB works manual link at the bottom of this page.


 

Directions for Wiki student use:

 

  1. Review the Internet Based Lesson Plan  
  2. Review the course "Assignments", "Journaling Rubric" and "Resources" page.
  3. Proceed to the lesson on Multiple Intelligences (MI).
  4. Complete each of the assignments using your learning journal for the MI Lesson.
  5. Proceed to the lesson on Emotional Intelligence (EI). 
  6. Complete each of the assignments using your learning journal for the EI Lesson.
  7. Links to each topic can be located under the "Pages & Files" tab or by clicking on any words which are underlined and in blue. 

 

The Learning Journey Begins Here....

 

Check out the newly added "SideBar" for directions on downloading and moving documents in the WIKI.

 

The Purpose of the Innovative Police Education WIKI is:

 

  • To engage learners learners participating in the Internet Based Lesson for Multiple Intelligences and Emotional Intelligence in  online discussion and project collaboration.
  • To provide a workspace for the PSPBL Level III Instructors for collaboration during their learning for Level IV Instructor certification
  • To inspire creative ideas and support individual and group learning processes.

 

 

The "Innovative Police Education" WIKI is divided into two Sections :

 

Multiple Intelligences and Emotional Intelligence

 An Internet Based Lesson Plan for Police Trainers

 

&

 

Police Society for Problem Based Learning

http://www.pspbl.com 

 


 

Collective Intelligence: Why are we using a WIKI?

 

The Wiki offers a place for collaboratave work.  We are smarter together than we are individually.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

   Multiple Intelligences and Emotional Intelligences

Internet Based Lesson Plans

for Police Trainers

 

  • Cheryl Lambert (PB Wiki Developer/Instructor/Student)                                                                                                                                                                  
  • Chery Takkunen, Ph.D. (EDU 6430 instructor)

 

     Students: 

    1. Demo Student 1, crolland@css.edu
    2. Demo Student 2
    3. Demo Student 3      

 

Click on Instructor Information to view Cheryl's Resume

Click on Innovative Police Educator Blog to view Cheryl's Blog


 

Police Society for Problem Based Learning

 

 

Members:

 

Alice Leffler                        Alice's Learning Journal

 

Josh Kyle                           Josh's Learning Journal 

 

Ron Tominich                    Ron's LearningJournal   

 

Roger Buhlis                       Roger's Learning Journal 

 

Cheryl Lambert                   Cheryl's Learning Journal

 

Debbie Mealy                     Debbie's Learning Journal 

 

Rick Ross                             Rick's Learning Journal

 

 

Wanda Townsend               Wanda's Learning Journal         

 

           


 

 

 

Collaborative Twittering:

 

Twitter offers a great way to collaborate with outside resources.

Watch this Teacher Tube video and see what collaboration can bring to the learning process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get Great Ideas!

  • Learn what makes a good collaboration project and see how other PBworks customers are using their workspaces. Check out our PBworks educator community.

 

Need Help? We're here for you:

  • The PBworks Manual and 30-second training videos can help show you how to edit, add videos and invite users.
  • The best way to get your support questions answered is to click the help link at the top of this page. Our support gurus will get back to you asap. 

 

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