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  • Sugata Mitra is theProfessor behind the Slumdog Millionaire story.His pioneering work shows how “Education is a self-organizing system, wherelearning is an emergent phenomenon”
  • •Introduction of SOLE questions 5 Minutes •Organise teams The Rules of SOLE •Research TimeOne PC per group. 30 Minutes •Team work and discussionGroups of four or five. •Whole class discussion – Adult conversation 20 Minutes •Be prepared to be challengedOverlooking the shoulders of othergroups is healthy. •Debrief time30 Minutes of research time 10 Minutes •ReflectionTeacher as granny.Question, Research, Discuss, Record. How do scientists draw lineBe prepared to share with the whole graphs?class what YOU have learned. How do scientists draw bar charts?Must talk, explain and think together. How do they decide which is best? Where would the independent and dependent variables be plotted?
  • • Where would theFollow up questions independent variable and dependent varaible be plotted? • What kind of data would be best on a line graph? • What kind of data would be best on a Bar graph?
  • •Introduction of SOLE questions 5 Minutes •Organise teams The Rules of SOLE •Research TimeOne PC per group. 30 Minutes •Team work and discussionGroups of four or five •Whole class discussion – Adult conversation 20 Minutes •Be prepared to be challengedOverlooking the shoulders of othergroups is healthy. •Debrief time30 Minutes of research time 10 Minutes •ReflectionTeacher as granny during this time.Question, Research, Discuss, Record.Be prepared to share with the whole "How do scientists make sure that theclass what YOU have learned. data they collect is A) PreciseMust talk, explain and think together. B) Accurate C) Valid D) Reliable And why are these qualities are important?"
  • •Introduction of SOLE questions 5 Minutes •Organise teams The Rules of SOLE •Research TimeOne PC per group. 30 Minutes •Team work and discussionGroups of four or five. •Whole class discussion – Adult conversation 20 Minutes •Be prepared to be challengedOverlooking the shoulders of othergroups is healthy. •Debrief time30 Minutes of research time 10 Minutes •ReflectionTeacher as granny during this time.Question, Research, Discuss, Record.Be prepared to share with the whole What does the pH scaleclass what YOU have learned. measure?Must talk, explain and think together. Why is it useful? Why are the chemicals it measures useful?
  • •Introduction of SOLE questions 5 Minutes •Organise teams The Rules of SOLE •Research TimeOne PC per group. 30 Minutes •Team work and discussionGroups of four or five. •Whole class discussion – Adult conversation 20 Minutes •Be prepared to be challengedOverlooking the shoulders of othergroups is healthy. •Debrief time 10 Minutes •Reflection30 Minutes of research timeTeacher as granny during this time.Question, Research, Discuss, Record. Are electricity andBe prepared to share with the whole classwhat YOU have learned. magnetism the sameMust talk, explain and think together. thing? How are they related? How can one be used to make the other
  • •Introduction of SOLE questions 5 Minutes •Organise teams The Rules of SOLE •Research TimeOne PC per group. 30 Minutes •Team work and discussionOverlooking the shoulders of other •Whole class discussion – Adult conversationgroups is healthy. 20 Minutes •Be prepared to be challenged30 Minutes of research time •Debrief time 10 Minutes •ReflectionTeacher as granny during this time.Question, Research, Discuss, Record.Be prepared to share with the wholeclass what YOU have learned.Must talk, explain and think together. Pressure? Evidence? Rocks? Energy?
  • How have you shown trust to others Who has helped you the most during this project? Why?Who has impressed you so far during this project? When did you listen to someone very well? How did you do it?Why?When has someone listened to you carefully during this What are the strengths of your team?project?What are the strengths of the people in this class? Who in your team has worked hardest during this project so far?How do you feel about the class blog show casing your How do you feel about inviting people from home into see yourproject? projects?Describe a time when someone has helped you during Describe a time when you have said Thank you to someone duringthis project? this project?Describe a time when you have complimented Describe a time when someone has complimented your work.someone’s work during this project?Describe how someone’s feedback has made your work Describe when you have given feedback to someone.better.Describe when someone has distracted you from your Have you distracted someone from their work.work.How have you motivated someone in your group? How has someone motivated you?How has negotiating help your project? How has critique helped your project?How have you shared the responsibility during this How have you made agreements as a team?project?How have you discussed your project as an “adult” What talents have the people in your team brought to the project?would?