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Oppimisratkaisut: Kansainvälisten oppimisverkostojen työpaja 28.3.2011, Riitta Smeds, Aalto/SimLab/Global School. Siirretty toiselta tililtä 21.11.2013, jolloin katsojia oli ollut 980 (views).

Oppimisratkaisut: Kansainvälisten oppimisverkostojen työpaja 28.3.2011, Riitta Smeds, Aalto/SimLab/Global School. Siirretty toiselta tililtä 21.11.2013, jolloin katsojia oli ollut 980 (views).

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Oppimisratkaisut: Kansainvälisten oppimisverkostojen työpaja 28.3.2011, Riitta Smeds, Aalto Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Global School Global School Tutkimushanke kansainvälisten opetuspalveluverkostojen kehittämiseksi Riitta Smeds Prof., Aalto-yliopiston perustieteiden korkeakoulu, tuotantotalouden laitos Johtaja, SimLab Global School –konsortiohankkeen johtaja 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 2. Global School GLOBAL SCHOOL: THREE CO-PROJECTS • Global School and Media Pedagogy – Professor, PhD Heli Ruokamo, University of Lapland, Faculty of Education, Centre for Media Pedagogy. • Global School and Urban Environment – D.Sc. (Tech.) Architect Aija Staffans, Aalto University, School of Engineering, Department of Architecture • Global School and Service Networks – Professor, D. Sc. (Tech.) Riitta Smeds, Aalto University School of Science, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, Business Process Networks, SimLab; – also consortium coordination. 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 3. Global School GLOBAL SCHOOL – THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH, BUSINESS AND BASIC EDUCATION NETWORK Finland Italy China USA 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 4. Global School INNOSCHOOL 2007-10: THE STARTING POINT FOR GLOBAL SCHOOL INFORMAL THE SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE FORMAL Pedagogies Places and Spaces Processes InnoSchool: Välittävä koulu (2010) 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 5. Global School THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PARTNERS • USA • University of California Santa Barbara, Gevirtz School of Education • • Stanford University, School of Education, SCIL • • Professor Roy Pea, Assistant Professor Brigid Barron, Professor Hilda Bargo University of Hawai’i at Mãnoa, College of Business, Department of Marketing • • Professor Judith Green, Dr. Beth Yeager Professor Steve Vargo China • Fudan University, Shanghai, School of Management, Center for Service Marketing and Management • • • Professor Fan Xiucheng Nordic Center Tongji University, College of Design and Innovation • • • Professor Lou Yongqi Tongji Design Factory Italy • Politecnico di Milano, Industrial Engineering and Management, Architecture • Professor Marco Taisch (Industrial Management); Researcher, PhD Alessandro Biamonti (Architecture) • INDIRE, Firenze, Researcher Elena Mosa 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 6. Global School GLOBAL SCHOOL SCHEDULE AND STRUCTURE • Three years; 1.9.2011 - 31.8.2014 • Each year, one experimental “between classroom” research intervention cycle, in collaboration with the intervention partners – Finland-California 2012 – Finland-Shanghai 2013 – Finland-Italy 2014 • Planning, experiment, transdisciplinary cross-analysis, interpretation, publication, sharing of results; Global School workshop • Research collaboration with the local researchers in the intervention partner country • 1st intervention cycle scheduled for spring term 2012 • Funding – Global School partners – Tekes and the Universities 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 7. Global School RESEARCH DESIGN OF EACH INTERVENTION CYCLE Time Period Between-classroom teaching experiments Between-classroom educational service network co-design Interviews for the simulation start Local preparation in both schools Week 1 Teacher training: 1 day Pretests and attitude tests: 1 hour / student In both schools: principals, teachers, other actors in the school network, In the companies: key people from NSD, Marketing, Sales In the educational ecosystem 1 hour / interviewee Teaching experiments in the substance field of ecological sustainability, testing the services of the Full Intervention Partners 2 x 2 hours / week in both classrooms; 30 +30 = 60 students “Out of school” – project Week 2 - 8 Students collect data from their daily environment (photos, videos, maps, routes) applying mobile handsets Interviews for the simulation continue Week 10 -12 The tailored SimLab™ process simulation of the collaborative educational service network. Realized in the foreign country and/or in Finland (applying telepresence) Participants from Students analyze the collected data, and prepare the presentations Both schools: principals, teachers, other actors of the education ecosystem, Online presentations, telepresence between the classrooms Other network partners (see partner table) Observation, one week follow up and documentation, Questionnaire Week 8 Week 10 4 – 8 hours Questionnaire Video-recording Posttests and attitude tests: 1 hour / student in both schools Delayed posttests in both schools, conducted by the teachers: 1 hour / student Week n Analysis of tailored simulation results starts. The generic SimLab™ process simulation realized in Finland Interviews Video-recording Questionnaire Week 40-50 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab Global School Learning Workshop
  • 8. Global School LEARNING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Research interest: out-of-school learning environments Sustainable development refers to ecological, social, cultural and economical sustainability in our environment. Focus in the Global School teaching experiments: ecological sustainability • In what way can ecological sustainability be observed in students´ everyday environment? • What do we learn about sustainability from our daily environment? 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 9. Global School LEARNING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Ventura, CA, USA Helsinki, Finland Hyvärinen, R., Mylläri, J., Staffans, A., Krokfors, L. (2010): A Day in My Life. Kirjassa Smeds, Krokfors, Ruokamo, Staffans (toim.): InnoSchool – Välittävä koulu ”Sharing localities in global settings” 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 10. Global School FUTURE CLASSROOM – A SMART SPACE Future teaching in the future classroom: a smart space connects students from all over the world and enables rich interaction for shared and distributed knowledge construction. Aija Staffans 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 11. Global School PARTICIPATION OF THE DIFFERENT PARTNERS IN THE SERVICE DEVELOPMENT PHASES Research phase Partner Category 1. Full Intervention Partner 2. Intervention Network Partner 3. Education Partner 4. Education Network Partner 5. Learning Partner 6. Institutional Partner Phase 1 Applying and testing the services in the “between classroom” teaching experiment Phase 2 Co-creating the specific service processes, models and networks in the tailored SimLab™ simulation Phase 3 Co-creating networked service models in the generic SimLab™ simulation Phase 4 Co-developing joint understanding in the Learning Workshop Partnership fee (euro), 36 months three full intervention cycles 1+3 countries x x x x 75 000 x x x 25 000 x x x 30 000 x x x 15 000 x 6 000 x 15 000 x x x 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 12. Global School SimLab PROCESS SIMULATION METHOD Individual simulation project: 3 months ”Kick-off” Process modeling Interviews Preparing the simulation Simulation Day Analysis of results Debriefing and feedback Companies, Society Co-development of inter-organizational practices, and learning Empirical data collection Several simulation projects, long term research Scientific research: action research, case studies, also surveys; Qualitative and quantitative methods; Theory creation, theory testing; Publications Teaching: Assignments; Master’s, Licentiate’s, Doctoral Theses Co-creation and transfer of scientific knowledge 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab Students, Scientific community
  • 13. Global School SIMLAB™ BUSINESS PROCESS SIMULATION FOR SERVICE NETWORK CO-CREATION • Analysis and visual map of the process • Structured and directed process discussion with case project examples • Participation: all process actors involved • Facilitation, using boundary objects • From tacit to explicit knowledge • Knowledge sharing and cocreation in team work The SimLab™ process simulation 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab
  • 14. Global School EXAMPLES OF EMERGING EDUCATIONAL SERVICE NETWORKS USA Department of Education Pedagogical associations School Board State Department of Education Teachers’ union School site council County Office of Education Other employees’ unions Mesa School District Teacher education and training Newspapers Secondary schools Business office and IT support Vocational high schools Visiting companies Universities Museums Research organizations Science centres NASA Ministry of education Foundations Associations Religious communities Congregations National board of education Teachers’ union Education department Pedagogical associations Clubs Parents’ association Boards of management Teacher education and training Media centre Secondary schools Nurkkatie junior school Foundations Clubs and events Institutes Learning environment firms Mesa Educational Foundation Parent Faculty Organization Learning content firms Parents Local development projects Parents Puistola junior school Vocational high schools Visiting companies Local associations Day care Jakomäki elementary school Universities Museums Local residents Preschool education Puistola elementary school Research orgnizations Mesa school: - Superintendent - Principal - Teachers - Secretaries - Library - Kindergarten - Other employees Learning environment firms Learning content firms Educational project partner companies Science centres Regional projects Regional community Health care Social services department Palmia Sports department Cultural office Health department Real estate department Youth department Environment centre Building regulation department School psychologist Other schools Police Personnel centre City library High Schools Migrant programs Occupational health centre Students’ care Fire Department Worker’s institute City transport Rescue department MESA NETWORK Police KUNINKAANTIE NETWORK OPINMÄKI FUTURE NETWORK Activities by the City of Espoo Culture (education, activities) Adult education center Citizen park Sports and exercise Tiedonsilta-library Schools Youth activities Day care 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab Smeds, R., Huhta, E., Pajunen, A., Väänänen, M. (2010) Kirjassa: Smeds, Krokfors, Ruokamo, Staffans (toim.) InnoSchool – Välittävä koulu, ss.
  • 15. Global School GLOBAL SCHOOL CO-CREATION OF NETWORKED EDUCATIONAL SERVICE MODELS The network of public and private actors, and people, offers additional resources for learning. Network The school applies and integrates these additional resources into teaching. The actors co-create networked service models to produce learning (core value) and economic value (added value). School Service production: Teaching Service models Service models Value co-creation: Learning Service consumption: Studying : Core value : Added value 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab Smeds, R., Huhta, E., Pajunen, A., Väänänen, M. (2010) Kirjassa: Smeds, Krokfors, Ruokamo, Staffans (toim.) InnoSchool – Välittävä koulu, s. 98
  • 16. Global School Contact: Riitta Smeds http://www.simlab.tkk.fi/ The book: InnoSchool - välittävä koulu. Oppimisen verkostot, ympäristöt ja pedagogiikka. Riitta Smeds, Leena Krokfors, Heli Ruokamo ja Aija Staffans (toim.), SimLab Report Series 21, Aalto-yliopisto, Painotalo Casper Oy, Espoo, 2010. Available at http://innoschool.tkk.fi/, http://www.simlab.tkk.fi/ 28.3.2011 Riitta Smeds Aalto-yliopisto, Tuotantotalouden laitos, SimLab