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  • Can’t really separate the two….Blind voting – confident about x curricular dimensions and afl, know enough to get by, not confident at all
  • Some background about where I am coming fromPriory School, SPC, FRGS, C Geog,Our core purpose as the teaching profession is learning. This presentation is based around this principle, the aim? To improve learning. Not a political statement of standpoint.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mbiskoping/3388639698/
  • Within busy departments so hopefully you will leave with some ideas you can use
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/bcnbits/363695635/This session is about classroom practice rather than theory, taken from experience in schools, with real examples.
  • So we are all aware of the new NC symbol of all subjects seamlessly linking together, but we all know the reality!
  • Outline man – Flickr user http://www.flickr.com/photos/maccaPerfect self activity from Citizenship through Geography ©Folens 2009Delegate Activity - Imagine your students leaving your school and classrooms. What values do you want them to have? What Cross curricular dimensions can geography deliver?
  • Needs an image?Doesn’t ness have to be labelled as such to pupils
  • A 16 year old pupil asked at the end of half term. About cross curricular dimensions
  • Geography is well positioned to deliver all of these dimensions.Some examples, you may wish to add to the person as we go along… (or have flip chart)
  • Duct tape image –flickr user http://www.flickr.com/photos/houseofsims/Duct tape quote, Hostetter, K (2007) Don’t Forget the Duct Tape, p17, The Mountaineers Books, SeattleGeography is perfectly positioned to lead the deliver citizenship THROUGH geography, the answer is not in the descrete delivery of citizenship as a separate subject. As we know Geography can provide a rich context for informing young people, this workshop will share some simple but effective ways of challenging young people to engage with issues.– Just as ‘Duct tape is the single most useful repair tool you can carry on a backpacking trip’ Geography is the perfect subject for delivering. We can’t the model citizens mentioned by the Curriculum for Excellence as we are only a small part of their school experience (in terms of time) and school is a one of many influences in young people lives. However, we can deliver quality learning experiences that make pupils stop and think, to look at something from a different perspective
  • Gorilla Image created by Tom Morgan-Jones and sourced from www.geographycollective.comLittle Notices activity based upon an idea in Smith, K (2007) The Guerilla Art Kit, Princeton Architectural Press, New YorkLittle Notices – givingunpermeament comments about learning space – what about this room? Catalyst for change – present to governors or SLT meeting by pupils – this is what we have found, this is what we are unhappy about. Command signs . Doorstep Geography and Mission: Explore, images of example from pupils.
  • Gorilla Image created by Tom Morgan-Jones and sourced from www.geographycollective.comLittle Notices activity based upon an idea in Smith, K (2007) The Guerilla Art Kit, Princeton Architectural Press, New York
  • Gorilla Image created by Tom Morgan-Jones and sourced from www.geographycollective.comLittle Notices activity based upon an idea in Smith, K (2007) The Guerilla Art Kit, Princeton Architectural Press, New YorkDelegate Activity – what do you Notice about this room? What would you highlight? How would you do it?Pupil instructions – idea based upon The Guerilla Art Kit by Keri Smith
  • Making a statement about space – what might an outside visitor think?
  • Favourite image – during the reflection stage of the lesson, pupils realised that they had been thinking about space in a different way – they chose features that they were unhappy about, or thought were great. So what do we do with this energy
  • ACTIVITY describe the place. Asking questions. Geographical Detectives. Adjectives.
  • Image: David RogersActivity p26 Citizenship Through Geography ©Folens 2009Diversity mapping – Google Earth food in the local area, photo graphs of conflict and cooperation, explore the local area with rules – only use drop curbs for example.Diversity in all of it’s forms
  • Images: David RogersFood diversity
  • Images: David RogersCooperation
  • Images: David Rogers
  • Images: David RogersConflict
  • Image: David Rogers
  • Thanks to Ollie Bray
  • Thanks to Ollie Bray. I am not in the office at the moment. Please send any work to be translated
  • Image: Flickr user http://www.flickr.com/photos/joriel/
  • Lesson idea: http://daviderogers.blogspot.com/2009/07/twitter-facebook-and-teachers-tv.htmlThank you to Tony Cassidy for the inspiration: www.sharegeography.com
  • Delegate activity – quick round the room one word
  • Image created using wordle.net
  • http://daviderogers.blogspot.com/2009/07/educating-my-personal-learning-network.html
  • Activity p22 Citizenship through Geography ©Folens 2009Delegate activity – where? Who? British ex-pats in Spain. Headlines.
  • Pat on strike: Flickr user http://www.flickr.com/photos/cute-is-what-i-aim-for/Thanks to Jeff Stanfield, Geography Advisor for Hampshire, his term ‘Floating Topicality’Change is coming - Obama – cross curricular links with history, History teach the black rights movement in the 1960’s. Geography takes on the batton by looking at Obama, Royal Mail strikes – workers rights?. Take a moment to reflect on what is NOW.
  • Image created using www.worde.netDelegate activity – who’s speech? When?
  • Image: Tom Morgan-Jones, Mission:Explore www.geographycollective.com http://missionexplore.wordpress.comDoorstep Geography, EnterpriseSchool access and feel – happiness mapping – photo orienteering – find this place – how do you feel about it? Leads to contact with headteachers (fill their inboxes!) and suggestions to change – ‘any fool can critisise, condemn, and complain – and most fools do’ Dale Carnegie, Photo of someone laughing and pointing, show students how their evaluation of a place can lead to suggesting change – high level skills of evaluation, analysis . Google Graph of Priory’s siteIs everyone’s access to school the same – explore the school using rules e.g. Find the geography department by only using signs. Get to maths without using steps. Find the main entrance only using signs. Report back to the headteacher - change
  • Google Graph used to map (un)happy places. Confident learners as they can use data to support their arguments
  • Image: David Rogers
  • Image: Tom Morgan-Jones, Mission:Explore www.geographycollective.com http://missionexplore.wordpress.comMission Explore – follow Command signs – Give a small budget from the geography department to create a real campagin.
  • Pat on strike: Flickr user http://www.flickr.com/photos/cute-is-what-i-aim-for/Thanks to Jeff Stanfield, Geography Advisor for Hampshire, his term ‘Floating Topicality’Change is coming - Obama – cross curricular links with history, History teach the black rights movement in the 1960’s. Geography takes on the batton by looking at Obama, Royal Mail strikes – workers rights?. Take a moment to reflect on what is NOW.
  • Interrogate Images from the textbook. Cut out worksheet – place on the images and allow pupils to ask questions
  • Outline man – Flickr user http://www.flickr.com/photos/maccaPerfect self activity from Citizenship through Geography ©Folens 2009Add some ideas to our people, link into curriculum. Must be embeddable and sustainable
  • How can you overcome barriers to cross-curricular dimension?Activity: we have to think of barriers – transformation exercise? Rules, what if? So what?Paired / threes, quick feedback at the end.
  • Banksy CCTV image – Flickr user http://flickr.com/photos/nolifebeforecoffee/Presentation will be available online.
  • Random name generator – how can you perform well when you don’t know the criteria?
  • What is AfL and what’s the point? Random learning generator…..
  • Low tech solutions 
  • Important to develop skills and understanding in Key Stage 3 if results are to be good at KS4 and 5
  • Resources : GE Noel’s resources, extracts from The Highways and Byways, Notes from a small island, lonely planet link, http://www.thestonehengeproject.org/history/findingasolution.shtmlhttp://www.heritageaction.org/?page=heritagealerts_stonehengeoldachievablestonehengehttp://maps.google.co.uk/maps?sourceid=navclient&hl=en-GB&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4DMUK_en-GBGB212GB212&q=stonehengehttp://arts.guardian.co.uk/news/story/0,,1889436,00.htmlhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2299033.stmEnglish heritage site
  • Give a choice about how to present. Ryan Air flight booking – but allow pupils to be creative.
  • Photos and feedback from outside the classroom….
  • Traffic lights - audio
  • Pupil speak assessment opportunity,Wordle.net

Xcurric And Af L Xcurric And Af L Presentation Transcript

  • The Big Picture
    Cross-curriculum dimensions & Assessment for Learning
    David Rogers
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  • Learning
  • Tools
  • Priorities
  • Story
  • Cross-curricular
    http://flickr.com/photos/emagic/51069522/sizes/l/
  • What cross curricular dimensions can Geography deliver?Add them to your ideal learner
  • Identity and cultural diversity
    Healthy lifestyles
    Community participation
    Enterprise
    Global dimension and sustainable development
    Technology and media
    Creativity and media
  • Which canGeographyDeliver?
  • ‘Well, its a bit ofeverything,especiallyGeography’
  • Identity and cultural diversity
    Healthy lifestyles
    Community participation
    Enterprise
    Global dimension and sustainable development
    Technology and media
    Creativity and media
  • ‘Duct tape is the single most useful repair tool you can carry on a backpacking trip’Kristin Hostetter
  • #1 Guerrilla Geography
  • What’s the point?
    Covert action
    Creative
    Thought provoking
  • Little Notices
    Scout the locations
    Design the flyer
    Attach the Guerrilla Geography
    Make people think about space, be located in a place where they will be read and be not be offensive
  • #2Creativity through literacy
  • What can I hear?
    What can I see?
    How do I feel?
  • #3 Explore diversity
  • #4 Technology and Media
  • #5 Challenge Stereotypes
  • Your Mission:
    Produce information that addresses the stereotypes of my Personal Learning Network.
    The outcome will be shared via social media
  • List 5 words that you associate with Pirates
  • Produced using wordle.net and used under creative commons license
  • #6 Floating Topicality
  • Who’s speech? Write down 3 key words
  • Radio
    Culture
    Technology
    News
    How are we connected to the USA?
    Politics
    Business
    Settlements called Portsmouth in the USA
  • Map (un)friendly places
    #7 Change your school
  • How
    good is access
    at
    your
    school?
  • #8 Media Savvy
  • *Over 73% agree, 356 women
  • Recycling is good. Right?
    http://flickr.com/photos/9229859@N02/1277634907/
  • Who are these people?
    How do I know that they are the US Border Patrol?
    Why are they armed?
    Are Mexican migrants armed and dangerous?
  • What cross curricular dimensions can Geography deliver?Add them to your ideal learner
  • Barriers
    wili_hybridImage, Flicky via CC
  • Assessment for Learning
  • AfL : There’ an App for that…
  • What is AfL?
    What’s the point of AfL?
  • High stakes
  • Design a rainforest animal…
  • Pupil speak assessments - animal
  • Assessing enquiry - Stonehenge
    For such a celebrated site, Stonehenge has seen a surprising amount of upheaval over recent years. The tense stand-offs between solstice-goers and police have been replaced by a fresh controversy over the alleged mismanagement of the World Heritage site. Hemmed in by busy roads and wire barricades, jammed with visitors throughout the summer, and underscored by a cacophony of roaring traffic, it's a long way from the haven of peace and spiritual tranquillity most visitors expect to find, and was even described by one government department as a 'national disgrace'. Thankfully, plans are afoot to reinvent the Stonehenge experience.
    Lonely Planet, 2008. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/worldguide/england/sights/5185?list=true
  • ‘ If Stonehenge be then, as it is, a universal curiosity, for us Englishmen it is one of the three things in our island – the other two are Land’s End and Hadrian’s Wall – which each of us must see once in his life; it is a place of pilgrimage very sympathetic to this age, for Stonehenge is the shrine of an unknown God.
    ...it stands wholly within the shadow, over the horizon not only of history, but of legend, an aloof and inexplicable thing rising from the plain between the sky and the grass...’
    The Highways and Byways of Britain. David Milner.
    ‘Things had changed at Stonehenge since I was last there in the early seventies. They’ve built a smart new gift shop and coffee bar, though there is still no interpretation centre, which is entirely understandable. This is, after all, merely the most important prehistoric monument in Europe and one of the dozen most visited tourist attractions in England, ....’
    Notes from a Small Island. Bill Bryson
    1993
    These are taken from two travel guides. Which one is the older extract? Why?
    1897 - 1948
  • Produce a comic strip that describes some of the geographical issues at Stonehenge
    Resources:
    There is masses of information about Stonehenge. Try starting with some of these:
    • Google Earth File and Flickr photos: http://www.juicygeography.co.uk/stonehenge.htm#activity
    • Newspaper article http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2007/aug/17/travelnews/print
    • Lonely Planethttp://www.lonelyplanet.com/worldguide/england/sights/5185?list=true
    • English Heritage http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/
    • Also use the resources already given to you!
    What to include?
    • Photos / drawings showing how amazing Stonehenge is
    • Photos / drawings showing some of the problems with Stonehenge
    • Opinions of different people who like and dislike Stonehenge
    Ideas: Use this space to record ideas
    How to present?
    First produce a draft version by hand.
    Then you can either:
    a. Use one of these website to create a comic strip: (you will need an email address)
    http://www.comicbrush.com/
    http://plasq.com/comiclife-win free 30 day trial
    b. Draw your comic strip by hand
    c. Use PowerPoint
  • How would you assess this?
  • Self and Peer assessment – Cool Continuum
  • Targets and feedback
  • Blessing or curse?
  • You are going to research these questions
    Email drogers with your work (no full names)
    If you find something interesting talk to my Twitter network
  • Lesson Live Feed in
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