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    1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 12. Enrichment of pedagogical thinking and interaction 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
    13. 13. How can we inspire each other and light fire together? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
    14. 14. …and feel happy to be on fire? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
    15. 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. 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. 18. How we create own school culture and learning environment? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013
    19. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 29. THANK YOU ? 21.11.2013 Anna-Mari Jaatinen, Whole Education Conference, London Nov 2013

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