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Media & Learning 2013 -Presentation by Astrid Ottenheym (Innofun) ...

Media & Learning 2013 -Presentation by Astrid Ottenheym (Innofun)

New technologies can only be used effectively in the learning process when they are implemented in the pedagogy. Therefor she uses a very practical, inspiring and proved pedagogical design. Astrid works with school leaders and teachers also in a inspiring innovative classroom, called the eLab in Breda. She works there in co-creation with the schools and facilitate learning in a social-constructivist way. For a successful and fundamental innovation is clear vision about the what, why and how regarding to learning and teaching in the 21ste century and innovation essential. Astrid’s statement is: Investing in teachers to be creative is investing in education and the development of students.




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  • 1. How  crea)ve  is   Your  classroom     #mlconf13   @AstridO6enheym   December  2013  
  • 2. Experience.  Inspire.  Act   We  believe  in:   •  Knowledge  crea2on  in  a  challenging  work   en  learning  environment   •  Knowledge  crea2on  by  collabora2ng  and   knowledge  sharing   •  Knowledge  crea2on  with  technology     Our  themes     •  Innova2on  Educa2on2.0   •  Knowledge  Management   •  IT  &  Social  Media   •  Tablets   •  Employer2.0   •  Blended  Learning   •  Social  Networking   •  Blended  Learning   •  Flipping  The  Classroom   •  Personal  Learning  Networks  (PLN)  
  • 3. Our  partners  and  clients    
  • 4. What     is     crea)vity?  
  • 5.  Is  this  crea)vity?  
  • 6. THIS?  
  • 7. Socra)ve  for  toddlers!   Who  was  crea)ve  here?  
  • 8. The  capacity  to  draw  conclusions  from   exis2ng  knowledge  and  to  apply  it  in   situa2ons,  genera2ng  new  ideas,   perspec2ves  and  products.  
  • 9. Why  is  a  crea)ve   mind  important?  
  • 10. Cri2cal  thinking     Crea)vity     Problem  solving   responsibility   Communica2on   collabora3on   adaptability   Flexibility   Informa3on  literacy   Inquiring  a?tude   ICT    literacy   Self-­‐control   Social  media     literacy   Personal     leadership   Ini2a2ve   Ways of thinking Ways of WORKING By means of 21st By means of 21st century century SKILLS tools
  • 11. Decisional  mind   Resilient   Curious  mind   Independent  mind   Solu2on  focussed   /  purposeful  mind   Moral  thinking   Collabora2on  seeking  mind   Divergent/   convergent  thinking   State  of  mind   Cri2cal  thinking   Analy2cal  thinking    
  • 12. Not  only  for  new  jobs!  
  • 13. ) cilita Fa   ship ader ng  le 21 st  centu r Social  media   &  ICT  tools   y  skills  tea c Innov a)ve   schoo l  envi r Holis)c  perspec)ve   Digita l  infra struct ure   hers   onme nt   Conte nt  kno w ledge   Pedagogical  knowledge  with  social  Media  &  ICT     How  to  create  a   crea2ve  classroom?   Engaging     learning  environment  
  • 14. Our  pedagogy:  6  steps  model     1.  Ac)vate  prior  knowledge  /   sharpen  learning  ques)on   6.  Reflect   5.  Validate   2.  Select   informa)on   Learning  cycle   with     social  media   and  ICT   Social  media   Groups   Virtueel   ques)ons   4.  Present   value  /     Best  prac)sing   Student  as  ac)ve  crea)ve  learner   Teacher  as  crea)ve  educa)onal   designer  ,  coach  and  validator     3.  Learning   interac)on   Feedback   (Re)tweet   reasoning  
  • 15. Crea)ve  classrooms  results   2013:  500  teachers    200  school  principals  /  governors  
  • 16. Students  as  journalists   Literacy  and  wri)ng  skills  
  • 17. Anima2e  werkproces  maken   •  Make  and  share  anima2ons   •  Easy  and  simple   •  You  have  to  determine  loca2on,  background,   characters    and  the  story.   •  Informa2on  will  become  a  moving  anima2on.     Japan  launched  a   surprise  aXack    in  Pearl   Harbour    at  the  7th  of   December  1941   Describe  an  event   from  the  second   world  war:   •  Make  an  anima2on   about  this  event.  
  • 18. Digital news agency 21st century skills: collaboration, creativity, critical thinking skills, ICT literacy .  
  • 19. FAKEBOOK   Learning  assignment   •  Make  a  Fakebook-­‐profile   based  on  a  historic  figure   •  App  this  to  other  classmates   •  Take  a  look  at  2  profiles  of   other  children  and  post  your   feedback.   •  Wednesday  we  con2nue  with   this  assignment  in  the  class.     Interac)on  by  means  of:   •  I  like   •  Reac)on   •  Reac)on  on  reac)on  
  • 20. What  we  do  or  what   we  are  going  to  do   we  publish  it  on  our   own  page.  
  • 21. Learning  assignment:   •  Make  a  Mind-­‐map  about   Egypt  in  the  2me  of  the   Pharaohs   •  Share  your  Mind-­‐map     with  other  children   •  Give  feedback  on  2  Mind-­‐ maps    of  other  children.     •  Adjust  your  Mind-­‐map  if     necessary.   Interac)on  by  means  of     .        Sharing   •  Reac)on   •  Reac)on  on  reac)on  
  • 22. Make  an  instruc)on  video   about  a  math  topic.  
  • 23. Skype Interview with Jaspers dad, he is a soldier in Afghanistan •  Tomorrow we have an interview about Afghanistan with Jasper’s dad •  Ask your parents what they know about the situation in Afghanistan. •  Which questions would you like to ask Jasper’s dad ? •  What have we learned from the interview?
  • 24. My  dream:     every  school  a   crea)ve  school  
  • 25. With  Kind  regards Astrid  OXenheym  MLE/ME Senior  educa2onal  advisor  /  manager   innova2on  &  business  development Å    mobiel:  06-­‐12178003;  tel:  076  5245500     email: @AstridOXenheym hXp://