2009 Connecting Classrooms International
Education Expo
Agenda
1 Connecting Classrooms Overview
Programme Outline
Days Plan
Marketing Communications
Expo Booths
Logistics Arrange...
2
4
 What is Connecting Classrooms
 Participating Countries in East AsiaOverview
What is Connecting Classrooms?
2
4
IDEA
British Council Connecting Classrooms builds lasting
partnerships between groups o...
What is Connecting Classrooms?
2
4
Collaborative curriculum projects
Enable learners to interact across Geographical bound...
Participating Countries in East Asia Region
2
4Great Britain Taiwan Japan Korea
Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Vietnam
2
4
 Objectives
 Organisers and Sponsors
 Date and Venue
 Programme Outline
 Participant numbers
 Themes
Programme
Objectives
2
4
Develop & Build lasting
relationships with UK & EA
education & curriculum
experts
Embed the International
D...
Organisers and Sponsors
2
4
 Key Organisers:
- British Council
- Ministry of Education, Taiwan
 Co-organisers:
- Departm...
Date & Venue
2
4
 Date: 25 ~ 30 Nov. 2009
 Venue:
25- 27 Nov: Taipei City, Taipei County, Changhua County, Tainan City,
...
Programme outline
2
4
Date Area Theme Activity
25 Nov. 6 regions Arrival Students and teachers arrive at the assigned regi...
Numbers of Participants
2
TA
Country
T1 - leaders T2 - influencers T3 - direct aspirants Total
Policy
makers
Others
LA
rep...
Themes Allocation
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4
Taipei County
Tomorrow’s World
Taipei City
Sports and Health
Changhua County
Science and Invention
T...
2
4
 Day Zero: Arrival
 Day One: Teaching and Learning Day
 Day Two: Teaching and Learning Day
 Day Three: Internation...
2
4
 Participants:
Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia
countries
 Venue:
Taipei City, Taipei County, Changhua ...
2
4
 Participants:
Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia
countries
 Venue: 6 regions
 Time: 09:00 ~ 17:00
 Act...
2
4
 Participants:
Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia
countries
 Venue: 6 regions
 Time: 09:00 ~ 17:00
 Act...
2
4
Day Three – 28th
International
Cooperation Day
1
2
3
4
Event I: Teachers Professional
Training Workshops
Time: 08:30-1...
2
4
Teachers Professional Training WorkshopsTeachers Professional Training Workshops
 Time: 08:30-17:15
 Participants: 1...
2
4
Time Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions
0900-1030 Developing the
International
School Award in
your school
Innovative...
2
4
International Curriculum Development MeetingInternational Curriculum Development Meeting
Core
International Curriculum...
2
4
Meeting Agenda
Time Activity Facilitators Aims
0900 – 0915 Review of the international
work we have done so far in
12-...
2
4
International Expo’ on Global Citizenship & LearningInternational Expo’ on Global Citizenship & Learning
 Preparation...
2
4
Day Four – 29th
International Dimension
in Education Day
1
2
3
4
Event I: International Expo’ on
Global Citizenship & ...
2
4
International Expo’ on Global Citizenship & LearningInternational Expo’ on Global Citizenship & Learning
 Time: 09:00...
4
International Curriculum Development MeetingInternational Curriculum Development Meeting
International Curriculum Develo...
2
4
Curriculum Development Meeting Agenda
Time Activity Facilitators Aims
08:30–09:00
Registration
09:00–09:15
Opening rem...
4
International Curriculum Development MeetingInternational Curriculum Development Meeting
International Curriculum Develo...
2
4
Curriculum Development Meeting Agenda
Time Activity Facilitators Aims
1315–1400 Tour Students Guided tour to students’...
2
4
Connecting Classrooms Gala ReceptionConnecting Classrooms Gala Reception
 Time: 19:00 – 21:30
 Venue: The Grand Hote...
2
4
 Event Site
 Press Conference
 Promotional Materials
Communications
Event Site
4
Press Conference
4
Promotional Materials
4
2
4
 Venue photos
 Room Layout
 Booth design
Expo Booths
Chientan Youth Activity Center – Ji Sian Hall
4
Interior Space
Entrance & Reception
Ji Sian Hall – Room Layout (TBC)
4
Students
MoE, SSEIICT
Entrance Entrance
Presentation and Rest Area
Booth Design
4
2
4
 Transport
 Accommodation
 Food & Beverage
Logistics
Arrangement
Transport
4
Date
Items
Vehicle
type
Task
lead
25th
-Pick up teachers and students at airports
-Arrange transport to THSRC ...
Accommodation
2
4
Taipei County
TBC
Taipei City
26th
-27th
: TBC
27th
-29th
: Chientan
Changhua County
TBC
Tainan City
Eve...
Food & Beverage
4
Date Meal Task lead/ type
25th
All BC regional managers
26th
Breakfast Lead school / hotel buffet
Lunch ...
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  1. 1. 2009 Connecting Classrooms International Education Expo
  2. 2. Agenda 1 Connecting Classrooms Overview Programme Outline Days Plan Marketing Communications Expo Booths Logistics Arrangement 2 3 4 5 6
  3. 3. 2 4  What is Connecting Classrooms  Participating Countries in East AsiaOverview
  4. 4. What is Connecting Classrooms? 2 4 IDEA British Council Connecting Classrooms builds lasting partnerships between groups of schools in the UK and around the world. IDEA Through these partnerships, the programme develops trust and understanding between different communities, and gives young people the skills and cultural awareness they need to live and work in a global society.
  5. 5. What is Connecting Classrooms? 2 4 Collaborative curriculum projects Enable learners to interact across Geographical boundaries to enhance their understanding of each others societies, languages and cultures.
  6. 6. Participating Countries in East Asia Region 2 4Great Britain Taiwan Japan Korea Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Vietnam
  7. 7. 2 4  Objectives  Organisers and Sponsors  Date and Venue  Programme Outline  Participant numbers  Themes Programme
  8. 8. Objectives 2 4 Develop & Build lasting relationships with UK & EA education & curriculum experts Embed the International Dimension as a Whole School Policy in Schools in the UK & EA Improve the opportunities for Young British and East Asian people through greater awareness of Cultures & Global Issues Build a network of experienced & skilled educators to support and develop our education programmes
  9. 9. Organisers and Sponsors 2 4  Key Organisers: - British Council - Ministry of Education, Taiwan  Co-organisers: - Department of Education, Taipei City Government - Education Bureau, Taipei County Government - Department of Education, Changhua County Government - Bureau of Education, Tainan City Government - Education Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government - Department of Education, Hualien County Government - Taipei Municipal San-Min Junior High School - Taipei County San-Chong High School - Changhua Arts Senior High School - Tainan Municipal Ho-Shun Junior High School - Kaohsiung Municipal Dai-Yi Junior High School - Hualien County Chi-An Junior High School  Contributor: - National Chi Nan University
  10. 10. Date & Venue 2 4  Date: 25 ~ 30 Nov. 2009  Venue: 25- 27 Nov: Taipei City, Taipei County, Changhua County, Tainan City, Kaohsiung City, or Hualien County, depending on the themes students and teachers are assigned to. 28- 30 Nov: Chientan Youth Activity Centre, Taipei City
  11. 11. Programme outline 2 4 Date Area Theme Activity 25 Nov. 6 regions Arrival Students and teachers arrive at the assigned regions 26 Nov. 6 regions Teaching and Learning Day Learning activities in communities 27 Nov. 6 regions Teaching and Learning Day Teaching and learning activities 28 Nov. Taipei City International Cooperation Day International Curriculum Development Meeting Teachers Professional Training Workshops International Expo’ on Global Citizenship & Learning (Preparation Day) 29 Nov. Taipei City International Dimension in Education Day International Expo’ on Global Citizenship & Learning International Conference on Global Learning British Council Connecting Classrooms Gala Reception 30 Nov. Taipei City Departure Students & teachers & VIPs to depart from Taipei
  12. 12. Numbers of Participants 2 TA Country T1 - leaders T2 - influencers T3 - direct aspirants Total Policy makers Others LA representatives Teachers Students BC Staff UK 8 16 24 Japan 1 6 6 13 Thailand 2 1 6 4 13 Korea 2 1 5 11 12 2 28 Vietnam 2 7 8 1 18 Malaysia 2 6 6 4 1 19 Indonesia 2 6 4 12 Taiwan 3 25 36 36 100 Sub-total 11 5 31 86 90 4 Grand-total 16 117 94 227
  13. 13. Themes Allocation 2 4 Taipei County Tomorrow’s World Taipei City Sports and Health Changhua County Science and Invention Tainan City Climate Change Kaohsiung City Environmental Science Hualien County Global Citizenship
  14. 14. 2 4  Day Zero: Arrival  Day One: Teaching and Learning Day  Day Two: Teaching and Learning Day  Day Three: International Cooperation Day  Day Four: International Dimension in Education Day  Day Five: Departure Days Plan
  15. 15. 2 4  Participants: Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia countries  Venue: Taipei City, Taipei County, Changhua County, Tainan City, Kaohsiung City, or Hualien County, depending the themes students and teachers choose.  Arrival Time: Highly suggest that the participants better arrive on the morning of 25th , leaving them more time for recovery from time differences.  Participants: Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia countries  Venue: Taipei City, Taipei County, Changhua County, Tainan City, Kaohsiung City, or Hualien County, depending the themes students and teachers choose.  Arrival Time: Highly suggest that the participants better arrive on the morning of 25th , leaving them more time for recovery from time differences. Meet TaiwanMeet Taiwan Day Zero – 25th Arrival
  16. 16. 2 4  Participants: Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia countries  Venue: 6 regions  Time: 09:00 ~ 17:00  Activity: Teachers and students will participate in community-based activities or field trips planned by each region.  Example: For participants joining Kaohsiung City, they visit Chouchai Wetland Park in the morning while discussing the bottle ecosystem project in the afternoon.  Tips: Participants should learn the basic knowledge of the topic they are going to do in advance before arrival.  Participants: Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia countries  Venue: 6 regions  Time: 09:00 ~ 17:00  Activity: Teachers and students will participate in community-based activities or field trips planned by each region.  Example: For participants joining Kaohsiung City, they visit Chouchai Wetland Park in the morning while discussing the bottle ecosystem project in the afternoon.  Tips: Participants should learn the basic knowledge of the topic they are going to do in advance before arrival. ContentContent Day One – 26th Teaching & Learning Day
  17. 17. 2 4  Participants: Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia countries  Venue: 6 regions  Time: 09:00 ~ 17:00  Activity: Teachers and students learn and discuss the project. They also need to prepare presentation works for expo stands. Later in the evening, they travel to Chientan Youth Activity Centre in Taipei  Example: For Kaohsiung City participants, they will create their own bottle ecosystems for the stands after group discussion.  Participants: Teachers & students from the UK and East Asia countries  Venue: 6 regions  Time: 09:00 ~ 17:00  Activity: Teachers and students learn and discuss the project. They also need to prepare presentation works for expo stands. Later in the evening, they travel to Chientan Youth Activity Centre in Taipei  Example: For Kaohsiung City participants, they will create their own bottle ecosystems for the stands after group discussion. ContentContent Day Two – 27th Teaching & Learning Day
  18. 18. 2 4 Day Three – 28th International Cooperation Day 1 2 3 4 Event I: Teachers Professional Training Workshops Time: 08:30-17:15 Format: workshops with parallel sessions Event II: International Curriculum Development Meeting Time: 09:00-17:00 Event III: International Expo’ on Global Citizenship & Learning (Preparation Day) Time: 10:00- 17:00
  19. 19. 2 4 Teachers Professional Training WorkshopsTeachers Professional Training Workshops  Time: 08:30-17:15  Participants: 116 teachers from UK and East Asia countries  Trainers: 7 lectures (3 from UK, 2 from EA countries, and 2 from Taiwan)  Themes: + Taiwan Ministry of Education Secondary School Exchange International Programme + Developing the International School Award in your school + Innovative use of ICT for joint curriculum projects + Curriculum design and an integrated approach to learning + Connecting Classrooms case studies  Time: 08:30-17:15  Participants: 116 teachers from UK and East Asia countries  Trainers: 7 lectures (3 from UK, 2 from EA countries, and 2 from Taiwan)  Themes: + Taiwan Ministry of Education Secondary School Exchange International Programme + Developing the International School Award in your school + Innovative use of ICT for joint curriculum projects + Curriculum design and an integrated approach to learning + Connecting Classrooms case studies
  20. 20. 2 4 Time Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions 0900-1030 Developing the International School Award in your school Innovative use of ICT for Joint Curriculum Projects Connecting Classrooms case study: impact of international dimension to individual learner outcomes led by teachers from Taiwan, Japan and Korea ICT presentations led by ICT technology companies (sponsors) 1030-1045 Break 1045-1215 Curriculum design and an integrated approach to learning Taiwan Ministry of Education Secondary School Exchange International Programme CC case study: impact of international dimension to individual learner outcomes led by teachers from UK. ICT presentations led by ICT technology companies (sponsors) 1215-1400 Lunch 1400-1530 Developing the International School Award in your school Innovative use of ICT for Joint Curriculum Projects CC case study: impact of international dimension to individual learner outcomes led by teachers from Taiwan, Japan and Korea ICT presentations led by ICT technology companies (sponsors) 1530-1545 Break 1545-1715 Curriculum design and an integrated approach to learning CC case study: impact of international dimension to individual learner outcomes led by teachers from Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Vietnam Taiwan Ministry of Education Secondary School Exchange International Programme, SSEI ICT presentations led by ICT technology companies (sponsors) 1715-1730 Closing remarks Workshop Agenda
  21. 21. 2 4 International Curriculum Development MeetingInternational Curriculum Development Meeting Core International Curriculum Development MeetingInternational Curriculum Development Meeting  Led by UK & EA curriculum experts and facilitated by BC  Time: 09:00-17:00  Participants: 15 (6 from UK, 6 from EA, 3 from Taiwan)  Themes: + Review of the international work we have done so far in 2 years of running Connecting Classrooms in East Asia + Current strategies and policies on international education in the UK and 7 East Asian countries + Planning the future of Connecting Classrooms in East Asia and UK – strategies for partnerships, sustainability and expansion  Led by UK & EA curriculum experts and facilitated by BC  Time: 09:00-17:00  Participants: 15 (6 from UK, 6 from EA, 3 from Taiwan)  Themes: + Review of the international work we have done so far in 2 years of running Connecting Classrooms in East Asia + Current strategies and policies on international education in the UK and 7 East Asian countries + Planning the future of Connecting Classrooms in East Asia and UK – strategies for partnerships, sustainability and expansion
  22. 22. 2 4 Meeting Agenda Time Activity Facilitators Aims 0900 – 0915 Review of the international work we have done so far in 12-18 months of Connecting Classrooms in East Asia David Mathias Participants have opportunity to see teachers’ and students’ work on international dimension first hand 1000 – 1030 Break 1030 – 1230 Current strategies and policies on international education in the UK and 7 East Asian countries (three small group sessions repeated twice) British Council Participants have Opportunity to present & discuss their countries’ International Education strategies 1230 – 1330 Lunch NA 1330 – 1630 Planning the future of Connecting Classrooms in East Asia and UK – strategies for partnerships, sustainability and expansion TBC Curriculum experts help British Council shape the future programme for Connecting Classrooms in the UK & East Asia to be relevant for our learners’ needs 1630 – 1645 Summary of outcomes in plenary TBC Record action points for follow-up after meeting
  23. 23. 2 4 International Expo’ on Global Citizenship & LearningInternational Expo’ on Global Citizenship & Learning  Preparation Day: Students organise Partner-fair-style stands to show the work they have done throughout 2009 with fun learning activities for parents and children attending Expo.  Time: 10:00-17:00  Participants: All students and some teachers from UK and East Asia countries  Stand allocation: 8 stands in total. 6 are students’ exhibit stands; one is for Moe SSME programme; one is for sponsor  Tips: Participants can use the time slot for group discussions & learning, and stand set-ups  Preparation Day: Students organise Partner-fair-style stands to show the work they have done throughout 2009 with fun learning activities for parents and children attending Expo.  Time: 10:00-17:00  Participants: All students and some teachers from UK and East Asia countries  Stand allocation: 8 stands in total. 6 are students’ exhibit stands; one is for Moe SSME programme; one is for sponsor  Tips: Participants can use the time slot for group discussions & learning, and stand set-ups
  24. 24. 2 4 Day Four – 29th International Dimension in Education Day 1 2 3 4 Event I: International Expo’ on Global Citizenship & Learning Time: 09:00-17:00 Event II: International Conference on Global Learning Time: 09:00-17:00 Event III: British Council Connecting Classrooms Gala Reception Time: 19:00- 21:30
  25. 25. 2 4 International Expo’ on Global Citizenship & LearningInternational Expo’ on Global Citizenship & Learning  Time: 09:00-17:00  Participants: All students and some teachers from UK and East Asia countries  Stand allocation + Global Citizenship + Climate Change + Sports and Health + Environmental Science + Tomorrow’s World + Science and Invention + MoE, SSME Programme + ICT (sponsor)  Time: 09:00-17:00  Participants: All students and some teachers from UK and East Asia countries  Stand allocation + Global Citizenship + Climate Change + Sports and Health + Environmental Science + Tomorrow’s World + Science and Invention + MoE, SSME Programme + ICT (sponsor)
  26. 26. 4 International Curriculum Development MeetingInternational Curriculum Development Meeting International Curriculum Development Meeting-Part 1International Curriculum Development Meeting-Part 1  Led by UK & EA curriculum experts and facilitated by BC  Time: 09:00-17:00  Participants: All teachers and senior ministry/curriculum authority participants  Themes: + Key-note speeches on the relevance of internationalising education + Presentations on developing Global Citizens from  Led by UK & EA curriculum experts and facilitated by BC  Time: 09:00-17:00  Participants: All teachers and senior ministry/curriculum authority participants  Themes: + Key-note speeches on the relevance of internationalising education + Presentations on developing Global Citizens from
  27. 27. 2 4 Curriculum Development Meeting Agenda Time Activity Facilitators Aims 08:30–09:00 Registration 09:00–09:15 Opening remarks by MoE, Taiwan and BC David Mathias Participants have opportunity to see teachers’ and students’ work on international dimension first hand 09:15–10:15 Key-note speech on Global Learning UK Curriculum Expert (TBC) Demonstrate impact and relevance of developing an international dimension in schools for learners in the UK 10:15–10:40 Key-note speech on Global Learning East Asia Curriculum Expert (TBC) Demonstrate impact and relevance of developing an international dimension in schools for learners in East Asia 10:40–11:00 Break 11:00–11:25 Key-note speech on Global Learning Taiwan Curriculum Expert (TBC) Demonstrate impact and relevance of developing an international dimension in schools for learners in Taiwan 11:25–11:50 Presentation on developing Global Citizens UK Teacher Demonstrate how presenter has developed learners’ Global Citizenship skills through involvement in Connecting Classrooms 11:50–1215 Presentation on developing Global Citizens EA Teacher Demonstrate how presenter has developed learners’ Global Citizenship skills through involvement in Connecting Classrooms 1215–1315 Lunch
  28. 28. 4 International Curriculum Development MeetingInternational Curriculum Development Meeting International Curriculum Development Meeting-Part 2International Curriculum Development Meeting-Part 2  Led by UK & EA curriculum experts and facilitated by BC  Time: 13:15-17:00  Participants: Selected students, all teachers and senior ministry/curriculum authority participants  Themes: + Presentations on being a Global Citizen + Panel discussion with key education contacts from UK, EA & Taiwan + Panel discussion with key education contacts and teachers from UK, EA & Taiwan & selected student representatives from UK, EA & Taiwan  Led by UK & EA curriculum experts and facilitated by BC  Time: 13:15-17:00  Participants: Selected students, all teachers and senior ministry/curriculum authority participants  Themes: + Presentations on being a Global Citizen + Panel discussion with key education contacts from UK, EA & Taiwan + Panel discussion with key education contacts and teachers from UK, EA & Taiwan & selected student representatives from UK, EA & Taiwan
  29. 29. 2 4 Curriculum Development Meeting Agenda Time Activity Facilitators Aims 1315–1400 Tour Students Guided tour to students’ exhibitions 1400–1520 Presentations on being a Global Citizen UK & EA Taiwan student group Demonstrate how learners have developed their Global Citizenship skills through involvement in Connecting Classrooms 1520–1535 Break 1535–1605 Panel discussion with key education contacts from UK, EA & Taiwan TBC Opportunity for audience involvement in conference – open discussions on issues on Global Learning (Topic TBC) 1605–1640 Panel discussion with key education contacts and teachers, and selected student representatives from UK, EA & Taiwan TBC Opportunity for audience involvement in conference – open discussions on issues on Global Learning from three perspectives. (Topic TBC) 1640–1700 Close TBC
  30. 30. 2 4 Connecting Classrooms Gala ReceptionConnecting Classrooms Gala Reception  Time: 19:00 – 21:30  Venue: The Grand Hotel, Taipei City  Participants: All participants  Agenda: + Presentation of ‘I’m a Global Citizen’ Competition Award winners + Launch of the ISA in participating countries + Dinner reception + A multi-media look-back over project highlights + Cultural entertainment performed by students of participating nations + Close Global Learning in the 21st Century: Connecting Classrooms; Connecting Cultures  Time: 19:00 – 21:30  Venue: The Grand Hotel, Taipei City  Participants: All participants  Agenda: + Presentation of ‘I’m a Global Citizen’ Competition Award winners + Launch of the ISA in participating countries + Dinner reception + A multi-media look-back over project highlights + Cultural entertainment performed by students of participating nations + Close Global Learning in the 21st Century: Connecting Classrooms; Connecting Cultures
  31. 31. 2 4  Event Site  Press Conference  Promotional Materials Communications
  32. 32. Event Site 4
  33. 33. Press Conference 4
  34. 34. Promotional Materials 4
  35. 35. 2 4  Venue photos  Room Layout  Booth design Expo Booths
  36. 36. Chientan Youth Activity Center – Ji Sian Hall 4 Interior Space Entrance & Reception
  37. 37. Ji Sian Hall – Room Layout (TBC) 4 Students MoE, SSEIICT Entrance Entrance Presentation and Rest Area
  38. 38. Booth Design 4
  39. 39. 2 4  Transport  Accommodation  Food & Beverage Logistics Arrangement
  40. 40. Transport 4 Date Items Vehicle type Task lead 25th -Pick up teachers and students at airports -Arrange transport to THSRC Taoyuan Station -THSRC Taoyuan Stations to local train stations in 6 regions Bus High-speed Rail BC 25th - Local train stations to hotel Bus Lead school 26th ~ 27th -Transport during teaching and learning days Bus Lead school 27th -From 6 regions to Taipei Chientan Youth Activities Center High-speed Rail MRT BC 28th -Chientan to the Grand Hotel (Round trip) Bus BC 30th -Chientan to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport -Chientan back to 6 regions Bus High-speed Rail BC
  41. 41. Accommodation 2 4 Taipei County TBC Taipei City 26th -27th : TBC 27th -29th : Chientan Changhua County TBC Tainan City Evergreen Plaza Kaohsiung City Garden Villa Hualien County TBC
  42. 42. Food & Beverage 4 Date Meal Task lead/ type 25th All BC regional managers 26th Breakfast Lead school / hotel buffet Lunch Lead school / lunch box Dinner Lead school / Welcome dinner 27th Breakfast Lead school / hotel buffet Lunch Lead school / lunch box Dinner Meal Allowance 28th Breakfast BC / hotel buffet Lunch BC / Lunch box Dinner Meal Allowance 29th Breakfast BC / hotel buffet Lunch BC / Lunch box Dinner BC / Buffet at The Grand Hotel 30th Breakfast BC / hotel buffet
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