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Breakout Activity - Design a Day in 2020
Create an A3 storyboard or diagram, showing
what you would love to see happen in
a day in the life of a student
at your school
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Paradigms we bring to education
All at different spaces
Different understandings, beliefs
Our thinking is shaped by an industrial view of structure and space
What should a classroom look like in 2020?
If you were a student in your class what would be your experience?
YouTube clips break up the showing to emphasize a point
Structure and space - contribute to limiting our thinking
What we have isn't always valued in school
Moving beyond an industrial model
Competing layers of discourse among educational thinkers: no consistency in what 21st century learning looks like
Andrew Douch: Biology [podcasts]
Engagement economy - media literacy
Learning led by interest
Global connections create interesting discourses
Computer is agency
Design question: [chicken metaphors]
What are the possibilities for a space that embraces autonomy, mastery and relatedness?
What will the space look like?
Blind, intuitive thinking - experimentation
Ready, aim, fire
Do, then, think
Choice - space - purpose
Student agency and choice
Bloom’s taxonomy/Gardner’s MI - grid
Matrices aligned to outcomes
What’s the biggest constraint for student learning in relation to relatedness?
If students always have personal choice how is relatedness built?
Rules of engagement: what can I do, what can’t I do
Grow a culture of independence - ways of creating structures of freedom and constraint
Space: 3 layers
Virtual [information flow], Physical, Cultural
Direct instruction at the right time and in the right place
Students self-direct from 3pm until 9am - why can’t this occur in class time
Create an A3 storyboard or diagram, showing what you would love to see happen in a day in the life of a student at your school in 2020
Sharing via an elevator speech