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    Attaining a Global Perspective World Cafe Attaining a Global Perspective World Cafe Presentation Transcript

    • Welcome to the Global Perspectives Café A World Caf é on Attaining a Global Perspective Across Content Areas Friday, July 11, 2008
    • Café Conversations are an easy-to-use method for creating a living network of collaborative dialogue around questions that matter in service of the real work What are Cafe Conversations?
    • CAFE MOVEMENTS 3 Rounds of Conversation at 3 Different Tables ~ 20 minutes each round Large Group Collective Harvesting ~ 30 minutes
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    • Avril Orloff
    • Questions are intrinsically related to action, they spark and direct attention, perception, energy and effort… Creativity requires asking genuine questions, those to which an answer is not already known. Questions function as open-handed invitations to creativity, calling forth that which doesn’t yet exist. -Marilee Goldberg Adams The Art of the Question The Importance of Questions
    • Café Round 1: What question, if answered, could make the greatest difference to the future of globalizing your curriculum or school?
    • 5 Minutes to Go...
      • Café Traveling
      • Continuing the Conversation
      • Choose one host to stay
      • Others travel to new and separate tables
      • Hosts welcome new people to the table
      • Wait for what’s next
    • Café Round 2: If there was one thing that hasn’t yet been said but is needed in order to reach a deeper level of understanding about globalizing your curriculum or school, what would that be?
    • 5 Minutes to Go...
      • Café Traveling
      • Continuing the Conversation
      • Choose one host to stay
      • Others travel to new and separate tables
      • Hosts welcome new people to the table
      • Wait for what’s next
    • Café Round 3: What seed might we plant together today that would make the most difference to the future of globalizing your curriculum or school?
    • 5 Minutes to Go...
    • Content Area Sharing Based on your three rounds of conversation, what themes, patterns and insights are emerging? What were your important questions? How will you plan to enact your ideas for globalizing your curriculum or school?
    • For resources and information see www.theworldcafe.com The images in this presentation are sourced from the World Café Creative Commons. Please cite this source if you use them in the future. Thank You Based on the work of Juanita Brown, David Isaacs and the World Café Community Graphics by Avril Orloff and Nancy Margulies Hosted by Donald Proffit, Northeast U.S. Region Steward 1700 Riverside Drive Trenton, NJ 08618 609-649-9280 [email_address] www.proffitprojects.com