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  1. 1. HingaiaPeninsulaSchool
  2. 2. A once in a lifetime opportunity!
  3. 3. Vision and motto Vision Motto Inspired learners collaboratively Tikaranga creating sustainable Weaving the right path futures
  4. 4. Tikaranga: weaving together on theright path Kaupapa: Theme Awhina - guiding and supporting relationships of our community form the outer circle which envelopes our learning. Tikanga: Convention Ako - weaving together our personal baskets of knowledge. The three strands of the kete are:  creative (auaha)  collaborative (ngatahi)  agile learning (ngawari) The central koru shape represents our personal integrity (mana) including our values, principles and beliefs
  5. 5. Sir KenRobinsonCreativeEwanMacintoshCollaborativeProf StephenHeppellAgile
  6. 6. LearningStudiosOur learning studios arecustom designed forcollaborative teaching andadvocate shared guardianshipfor the community of learners.e-LearningTeachers need to be highlycompetent in e-Learningpedagogy, open to change andwilling to work collaboratively.SustainabilityWe are a Green Star schoolso an interest in sustainabilityand a pioneering spirit will bean advantage!
  7. 7. Learning Studios -what’s it all about?
  8. 8. Personalising learning for every child
  9. 9. What is personalised learning?  Personalising learning, to me, is the process of contouring learning to the individuals you are dealing with, recognizing that we all have different strengths and weaknesses, different interests and different ways of learning … is finding the best ways to engage with people with different interests, passions and ways of thinking  Sir Ken Robinson  August 2011
  10. 10. Thinking about … Digital Spaces Physical Colour Spaces Collaborative, Creative, Agile Habits of Furniture the Mind Higher Multiple Intelligences Order Thinking
  11. 11. Physical SpacesLearning studio Performance space Reflection space Project space Discussion space
  12. 12. Physical SpacesFrom Nair and Fielding
  13. 13. ColourThe impact of colour on learning dispositionshas been considered
  14. 14. PedagogyThe method and practice of teaching @ HPS
  15. 15. Digital SpacesUsing a variety of tools for a variety ofpurposes to enhance learning across disciplesand using differing pedagogies
  16. 16. FurnitureAgile furniture that encourages collaboration,allows children to move and choose theseating that suits their learning best
  17. 17. Physical SpacesLearning studio Performance space Reflection space Project space Discussion space
  18. 18. Campfire – PerformanceStudioA place where learning is creative and has movement, aplace for exploring, sharing and collaboratingGreen Screen, Mirrors and Blue highlights – open to newideas
  19. 19. The performance space
  20. 20. Cave space – Focus RoomA space where learning is mostly individual a place forfocusing on one task, solving problems, quiet reflectionRed highlights – focuses energy
  21. 21. Watering Hole – Ignite RoomA place where learning is collaborative, a place fordiscussion, exploration, questioningOrange highlights – stimulates ideas
  22. 22. Village/Forge – Project RoomA place where ideas are explored in 2D and 3D, a place toexperiment, collaborate, createLime highlights – creative energy
  23. 23. Learning StudioA combination of different learning styles, habits and ways,a place for learning to be personalisedBlue highlights – calm and relaxed, open to new ideas
  24. 24. WhiteboardpaintTurns any surfaceinto a dry erasesurface givingflexible spaces tocollaborate, interact,discover …Green ScreenA technique forlayering two imagestogether, used invideo production,newscasts and forspecial effects
  25. 25. Organisation Vertical Grouping Three Teachers Working at your personal level  Relationship building irrespective of your age  Ability to cater for a wide range Working alongside others at of learning and learning styles different levels and ages with different interests and  Wide areas of expertise and experiences interests Peer mentoring  Supportive learning environment Awhina concept  Opportunities to learn with more than one teacher Nurturing  Three heads are better than one Developing leadership at various age levels
  26. 26. The school day 8.30 – 9.00 Studios open 9.00 – 10.30 First learning block 10.30 – 11.15 First break 11.15 – 12.45 Second learning block 12.45 – 1.30 Second break 1.30 – 3.00 Third learning block 3 x 90 min learning blocks to optimise integrated learning opportunities throughout the day 2 x 45 min breaks to optimise opportunities for a wide range of sport and culture activities
  27. 27. So how would that all work? Teacher A Studio Students Teacher Teacher B C
  28. 28. Collaborative … Planning using google docs Open access for students to book in workshops De-privatisation of teaching practice Moderation ongoing and consistent Shared responsibility for student learning and welfare
  29. 29. Creative … Authentic inquiry learning Student led Constructivist theory “Creativity as applied imagination” Sir Ken Robinson Wide and varied application of knowledge and experiences
  30. 30. Agile … Learning and spaces that change to meet the needs of every child 3 walls for multi-faceted spaces 3 points of focus for learning 3 teachers with groups of children Prof Stephen Heppell
  31. 31. Strengths
  32. 32. Weaknesses
  33. 33. Opportunities
  34. 34. Threats