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  • 1. The Holistic Future-oriented School Culture -Integration of collaboration, creativity, arts and educational technology 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
  • 2. Siltamäki School    School is situated in North Helsinki High professional school structures About 240 students, 17 teachers and 7 school assistants 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
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  • 5. Professional school structures 38 weeks Meetings   Teacher/team work co-operation 1 ¼ hour/week Leadership group 1 ½ hour/week Teacher education 3 x 6 hours/year 21.11.2013 Student welfare group  Meeting: every Wednesday 1 ½ hour/week Curator (Wed) Student Health Nurse (Wed. & Fri) Psychologist (Wed.& Thu) Special education and principal support every day Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education 4th Annual Conference, London 2013
  • 6. Collaborative commitment     Action Nina Orpana Bridges Virve Vakiala     Inno Maria Hukkanen Spirit Ville Hyyryläinen 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
  • 7. Brainstorming, shared leadership Create the fantasy identity  The visual art: annual calendar works Storytelling-lessons; creating stories for fantasyidentity and visual art  Poetry-writing; using stories and visual art calendar works Manuscript –group-working started Aesthetic club Melody composing based on the poets  Melody playing and singing  Class orchestra and choir training  Teacher educations: short movies, animations, Smart Board animations  Wardrobe textile club for main roles Aesthetic club Scene-club Audiovisual, light and technology club  Manuscript group: storylines for classes and main storyline planning  Classes made a plan for wardrobe  Audition for main roles  All classes train own part of the musical  Orchestra training Technology and lights  School decorating 20th 2010 August September 21.11.2013 October November December January February March April May 2011
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  • 9. Values Respect each other  Commitment to work  Community  Humanity  Transmission  21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
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  • 11. Vision How can we see near and far enough, to the top of the mountain? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
  • 12. Enrichment of pedagogical thinking and interaction 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
  • 13. How can we inspire each other and light fire together? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
  • 14. …and feel happy to be on fire? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
  • 15. Shared leadership  All members of community can lead part of the project  Pupils - manuscript group  Teachers  Principal 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
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  • 17. The Holistic Future-oriented School Culture Professional and creative way to realize curriculum Integration of subjects and project works Learning communities 21.11.2013 The whole school common project Develop and practise collaboration
  • 18. How we create own school culture and learning environment? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
  • 19. How 250 students create fantasy and how fantasy come true? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
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  • 21. Educational technology 3D education  L3D platform  iPads  iPad Mini  Laptops  Smartboards  Response  Cameras  Videocameras  Computers  21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
  • 22. Technological projects  iTec – Developement of Learning Environmetns Smartboard Cameras Videocameras Response  Learning games  Robot pedagogy  Green technology   All teachers have A personal project 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
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  • 24. HOW WE USE TECHNOLOGY? Mini-laptops, ubiqoitous learning, internet –connections, chats Short movies Smartboard animations Music CD Animations Music videos Audio&visual technology 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education 4th Annual Conference, London 2013
  • 25. HOW MANY LESSONS WE USE FOR EACH PROCESSES? Manuscript group 14 lessons and ubiquitous learning Art pictures 5-10 lessons Story-book 1 lesson Collaborative music composing Music orchestra training 2 lessons 5 music lessons 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education 4th Annual Conference, London 2013 Poems 1-2 lessons Musical training main roles: 10 lessons Classes: 10 hours
  • 26. THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY CREATES OWN CULTURE AND PRODUCTS Musical for 250 students Art pictures Story-book Book of Poems UNIQUE Music CD Music DVD 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education 4th Annual Conference, London 2013 LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
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  • 29. THANK YOU ? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013