14. "Interdisciplinarity is not the calm ofan easy security; it begins effectively ... when the solidarity of the old disciplines breaks down ... in the interests of a new object and a newlanguage neither of which has a placein the ﬁeld of the sciences that were to be brought peacefully together."Roland Barthes, "From work to text", 1971
15. CLIL is a new (butconsolidated) object: a new language.
16. How do we getengaged in something like CLIL?
17. The Dual Factor Theory Hygiene factorsMotivators leading to leading to satisfaction dissatisfaction Company policy Achievement Supervision Recognition Relationship with boss Work itself Work conditions Responsibility Salary Advancement Relationship with peers Growth Security Frederick Herzberg
18. TOSAY DISSATISNO FACTION
19. CLIL has become a motivator for many teachers.
20. Reinforcing the motivator Achievement Recognition Work itself Responsibility Advancement Growth provides satisfaction.
21. How can we reinforce the motivator?
22. How can we reinforce the motivator?Focusing on effective teaching.
23. Let me explain myself!
24. How do you open your classroom’s door?
25. Are you a pushor a pull educator?
26. Do not apply Theory!Change your Practice!
27. Personal practice,collective practice.
28. The Hacker Ethic
29. Features ofinnovation-for-adoption • advantage • originality • compatibility • explicitness • trialability • status • observabilityWaters, A. 2009. Managing innovation in English language education. Language Teaching, 42: 4, 421-458.
31. A week for projects every three months(6 x 3) + (4 x 3) = 30
32. 30 projects in a to develop keystudent’s school skills (& measure time their development).
35. Key Skills Tasks & Integrated Projects CurriculumCooperative Digital & Rich Learning Media Literacy Socialization
36. Key Skills Tasks & Integrated Projects Curriculum Cooperative Digital & Rich Learning Media Literacy SocializationGaming and Entrepre- Service- Research Creative neurship Learning Projects Projects Projects Projects
37. Key Skills Tasks & Integrated Projects Curriculum Cooperative Digital & Rich Learning Media Literacy Socialization The New Realms of CLILGaming and Entrepre- Service- Research Creative neurship Learning Projects Projects Projects Projects
38. Gaming & Creative Projects
39. Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner MacArthur Foundation http://youtu.be/c0xa98cy-Rw
40. Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner MacArthur Foundation http://youtu.be/c0xa98cy-Rw
41. And Gaming?
42. James Paul Gee on Video Games, Learning and Literacy http://youtu.be/LNfPdaKYOPI
43. James Paul Gee on Video Games, Learning and Literacy http://youtu.be/LNfPdaKYOPI
44. Research Projects
45. The case of Rois:Laura & María’s experiment http://youtu.be/rF0vOfVQ-Ig
46. The case of Rois:Laura & María’s experiment http://youtu.be/rF0vOfVQ-Ig
47. The case of Rois:Laura & María’s experiment http://youtu.be/PMubjbRTb_o
48. The case of Rois:Laura & María’s experiment http://youtu.be/PMubjbRTb_o
49. Service-Learning Projects
50. Service-Learning:Turning ideas into action http://youtu.be/4JE_zmCUDtg
51. Service-Learning:Turning ideas into action http://youtu.be/4JE_zmCUDtg
52. Entrepreneurship Projects
53. Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe. National Strategies, Curricula and Learning Outcomes. Eurydice, March 2012.http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sme/documents/ education-training-entrepreneurship/
54. Social Entrepreneurship is the future http://youtu.be/G-MHXdYs8b8
55. Social Entrepreneurship is the future http://youtu.be/G-MHXdYs8b8
56. How can these newrealms be explored?
57. Guidelines School Administration University School Guidance & Open(Language) resources for Knowledge Project Innovation
58. Guidelines School Administration University School Guidance & Open(Language) resources for COOPERATION Knowledge Project Innovation
59. The SchoolLanguage Project
60. What is the SLP? • The Administration’s perspective
61. Administration’s perspective The SLP as a map
62. What is the SLP?• From the school’s perspective
65. Universities can cooperate provinding OER (Open Educational Resources).
66. “Opening knowledge in education goes astep beyond opening our classroom doors to colleagues. It involves cocreating, experimenting, reﬂecting, sharing, andreusing accumulated ideas and knowledge about teaching and learning”.Cheryl R. Richardson. 2008. “Open Educational Knowledge: More than Opening the Classroom Door”. Opening Up Education. Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press, pg. 279
67. Education at University:from focus on citation to focus on local impact & network.
68. Change must be desired.
69. Change must be gradual.
70. Yes, we can!
71. What willyou do next Monday?
72. “Change cannot be imported”. Joumana Haddad, I killed Sherezade.
73. Never walk alone.
74. El camino lo vamos a hacer todos juntos. We will build the 21stcentury school together.