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Wen (1)

  1. 1. Becoming a Stand-out school Whole Education | 14.01.14
  2. 2. ‘Jeepers, don’t they do any learning in that school?’ Dara O’Briain, TES Awards
  3. 3. 440 pupils 42 languages 50% FSM 85% EAL
  4. 4. School’s Journey 93%
  5. 5. Pupil Progress | 2 Whole Levels 2011 98% 94% 2012 95% 100% 2013 100% 100%
  6. 6. RoL Rankings 1 100
  7. 7. unmask The art of unmasking
  8. 8. Why can’t our school be like DISNEYLAND?
  9. 9. Yearning to Learn NICER Digital Pencil Case Learnish
  10. 10. NICER
  11. 11. Versions of Learning
  12. 12. Immersion VERSION
  13. 13. An all together Let RIP! Real Immersive Powerful
  14. 14. Now Independent Creative Enterprise Real
  15. 15. Learner engagement Dress up as a knight Vici 50 Make proper pizza Ride on a donkey Go back in time
  16. 16. Digital Pencil Case
  17. 17. Independent Learners Source: Ericsson 2012
  18. 18. FLIP learning
  19. 19. Learnish
  20. 20. The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect alone, but by the ability to play Carl Jung
  21. 21. Strategies for developing the ‘whole child’ Matthew Wynne Whole education - 14.01.14
  22. 22. White hat Pure information/facts no feelings or emotions
  23. 23. Red hat Feelings of yourself and others
  24. 24. Yellow hat Positives points / strengths
  25. 25. Green hat Alternative and new ideas
  26. 26. Blue hat The ‘control hat’ – calls for the use of other hats
  27. 27. PMI P – Plus M- Minus I – Interesting Plus = the good things about an idea – why you like it Minus = the bad things about an idea – why you don’t like it Interesting = What do you find interesting about this idea
  28. 28. CAF C – Consider A – All F - Factors A CAF is an exploration of a situation before coming up with an idea You must consider all factors and not look at ideas as favourable or unfavourable
  29. 29. C&S Consequences And Sequel A CAF is all about thinking ahead Immediate consequences Short – term (1-5 years) Medium – term (5-25 years) Long – term (over 25 years)
  30. 30. AGO A – Aims G- Goals O - Objectives Aim is the general direction Goal is the ultimate destination Objective is a recognisable point of achievement along the way
  31. 31. FIP F-First I-Important P-Priorities FIP is a judgement situation and there are no correct answers, what is a priority to one person may not be one to another. What are the most important points?
  32. 32. APC A-Alternatives P-Possibilities C-Choices Whenever a student seems to be looking at something in a rigid way he/she can be asked to do an APC. If the student can do this then they would be able to change their view or approach.
  33. 33. OPV O-Other P-People’s V-Views Many thinking situations involve other people. What these other people think is just as much part of the situation as the factors, the consequences, the objectives etc. These people may have a very different viewpoint.
  34. 34. BLP – Building Learning Power blp
  35. 35. Differentiating the capacities
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  38. 38. CLARITY CONFUSION The PIT 4 1 2 3 BLOOM 1. Concept 2. Conflict 3. Construct 4. Consider
  39. 39. Strategies for developing the ‘whole child’ Matthew Wynne Whole education - 14.01.14 @matt_Wynne1 Matthew Wynne Matthew3437

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