THE PROBLEM FINDERS
Tom Barrett & Ewan McIntosh
BLC13
July 22, 2013
SIX BUCKETS OF
EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
•Challenge
•Collaborate
•Responsibility
•Respect
•Real things
•Choice
DESIGN PROCESS
SQUID DIAGRAM
IMMERSION
• Today, interview
• Can be long process
• Project nest
• Post-its
PEOPLE AT MYTABLE
• Concerned with social issues
• Fire and rehire employees
• Money can buy happiness
• Naviance
BIG QUESTION
• How might we engage the community?
GENERATIVE STATEMENTS
• “You are killing me at the cafeteria.”
ASSESSMENT
Ewan McIntosh &Tom Barrett
BLC13
July 22, 2013
ASSESSMENT AS LEARNING
• What we notice? What
action we take?
• Square diagram
• Rotate
• Look for common themes
• Categor...
REFLECTIVETAGGING
• Primary school example
• Uses Evernote (though started physical, not digital)
• Three tags - subject, ...
JELLYBEANTREE
• How do you feel about learning?
• When teacher posts jellybean tree, shows,“This is important.”
ANTI-BAD SCHOOL
• Make excellent mistakes
• Nurture nascent ideas
• Encourage chaos and ambiguity
• Develop the skills of ...
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BLC July 22 2013

  1. 1. THE PROBLEM FINDERS Tom Barrett & Ewan McIntosh BLC13 July 22, 2013
  2. 2. SIX BUCKETS OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS •Challenge •Collaborate •Responsibility •Respect •Real things •Choice
  3. 3. DESIGN PROCESS
  4. 4. SQUID DIAGRAM
  5. 5. IMMERSION • Today, interview • Can be long process • Project nest • Post-its
  6. 6. PEOPLE AT MYTABLE • Concerned with social issues • Fire and rehire employees • Money can buy happiness • Naviance
  7. 7. BIG QUESTION • How might we engage the community?
  8. 8. GENERATIVE STATEMENTS • “You are killing me at the cafeteria.”
  9. 9. ASSESSMENT Ewan McIntosh &Tom Barrett BLC13 July 22, 2013
  10. 10. ASSESSMENT AS LEARNING • What we notice? What action we take? • Square diagram • Rotate • Look for common themes • Categorize • Detail ideas • Sort on effort/outcome • Timeline
  11. 11. REFLECTIVETAGGING • Primary school example • Uses Evernote (though started physical, not digital) • Three tags - subject, topic, emotion
  12. 12. JELLYBEANTREE • How do you feel about learning? • When teacher posts jellybean tree, shows,“This is important.”
  13. 13. ANTI-BAD SCHOOL • Make excellent mistakes • Nurture nascent ideas • Encourage chaos and ambiguity • Develop the skills of idea generation • Provide a challenging and engaging curriculum • Provide the time and space for learners to incubate ideas
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