<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="950"%> CBeL - Classroom Management Problem Solving

AECT 2007 Design & Development Outstanding
Practice Award at
Annual Conference of Association of Education and Communication Technology (AECT)

AECT 2007 First Place Award in the
Design & Development Showcase at
Annual Conference of Association of Education and Communication Technology (AECT)

A CASE-BASED ONLINE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
FOR CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS SOLVING  

Ikseon Choi & The CBeL Group
Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology
The University of Georgia

Kyunghwa Lee
Elementary and Social Studies Education
The University of Georgia

  Project Description (Demo)
  The Case-Based Learning Environment for Classroom Management Problem Solving (CBL-CMPS) has been designed to
  improve teacher education studentsˇ¦ real-world problem solving abilities to deal with dilemmas faced by practicing teachers
  in elementary classrooms. This online resource consists of four dilemmas (e.g., a troubled child) and one test dilemma.
  Based on Jonassenˇ¦s (1997, 1999) constructivist learning environment model and the general process of ill-structured
  problem solving, five stages of learning activities (Reviewing Problems, Analyzing Problems, Creating Solutions, Making
  Decisions, etc) were developed for each case. One case per week was completed in regular courses with a hybrid approach.

  Contributors

  • Ikseon Choi, Instructional Designer/ Project Director
  • Kyunghwa Lee, Subject Matter Expert / Project Director
  • Saif Altaib, Database Programmer & Web Designer
  • Yun-Shuang Chang, Web Designer & Graphic Artist
  • Ron Braxley, Audio Editor (for interviews)
  • Shannon Rood, Case Scenarios Editor
  • Vincent Argentina, Audio Engineer (for case dramas)
  • Christa Harrelson, Audio Drama Actor
  • David Millians, Audio Drama Actor
  • Emily Hunter, Audio Drama Actor
  • Ola Gardner, Audio Drama Actor
  • Jane Rogers, Audio Drama Actor
  • Yi-Chun Hong, Formative Evaluation Data Reviewer
  • Jungsoon Choi, Formative Evaluation Data Reviewer

  Sponsers

  • The Center for Teaching & Learning (Learning Technologies Grant Program), UGA
  • The Office of Information Technology, College of Education, UGA
  • The Department of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology, College of Education, UGAr