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Keynote presentation Espe/Boyd at CEFPI Conference in Bellevue, WA - June, 2012

Peace River North School District - Journey to the Energetic Learning Campus

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  • The words we use guide what we notice, and how we interpret our experiences\n
  • • research in a wide range of social sciences demonstrating the impact of positive images in the creation of the future\n
  • Hopeful imagery, embedded in discourse, attracts energy and mobilizes intention and action\n
  • Inquiry and change are not separate.\nThe questions we craft guide conversations, shape what people discover and pursue, and instill certain images/expectations of the future.\nSince every question into a social topic begins a conversation that creates, maintains or transforms a way of being and doing, there is no such thing as s “neutral” question.\n
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  • CEFPI June 2012 slideshare

    1. 1. ENERPLEX LEARNING CAMPUS SCHOOL DISTRICT 60CEFPI, June 2012 PEACE RIVER NORTH
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    5. 5. • Community Consultation in the North East
    6. 6. 1.   Everyone says that "it takes a village toraise a child".   What does that really look likeand how do we do it if organizations refuse toleave their silos?
    7. 7. 1.   Everyone says that "it takes a village toraise a child".   What does that really look likeand how do we do it if organizations refuse toleave their silos?2.   When will what we now know (aboutlearning) change what we do?
    8. 8. Our Journey...• the impetus...• partnerships and taking the next step...• the learning space... 5
    9. 9. D A D
    10. 10. Decide Advocate Defend
    11. 11. Ministry Projections to 2017/18 Challenge or Opportunity?
    12. 12. Ministry Projections to 2017/18 Challenge or Opportunity?
    13. 13. • December 31, 2007
    14. 14. Together We Learn... Village of Taylor
    15. 15. Together We Learn... Village of Taylor Village of Hudson’s Hope
    16. 16. Buick Arena
    17. 17. Clearview GymWonowon Horse Club
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    19. 19. Appreciative Inquiry... is a process of inquiry and action …the creation of future realities ... is built on combining the best of our past with our hopes/aspirations, assets, opportunities and core values.
    20. 20. ...is collaborative in every aspect.
    21. 21. ...is generative.• stories seed new conversations
    22. 22. “Words Create Worlds” “truth” is ours to co-create and re-create.
    23. 23. ... is about “ThePower of Image”
    24. 24. “Positive Conversations Lead to Positive Change”“optimism is a force multiplier...”
    25. 25. “Inquiry is intervention.”
    26. 26. When NOT to use it...
    27. 27. When NOT to use it...
    28. 28. When NOT to use it...
    29. 29. Best Learning Experience! There is nothing quite like a really great learningexperience. Sometimes our best learning experienceshappen at school and sometimes they happen in othersettings. Think about a time when you were learning somethingand it was so interesting that you loved it and just didn’twant it to end. Sometimes a great learning experienceinvolves hard work, but you are willing to do the workbecause you see yourself improving and you are excitedabout your progress. Tell the story of one of your very best learningexperiences.
    30. 30. “Root Causes of Success”
    31. 31. “Root Causes of Success”
    32. 32. Intergenerational learning
    33. 33. Relationships
    34. 34. What do students want?● no straight lines;● natural light and fresh air;● flexibility;● different zones for different work;● lots of colours – but not too bright;● green things;● technology
    35. 35. Action Teams...
    36. 36. “High School as it is?”
    37. 37. “High School
    38. 38. “If we teach today aswe taught yesterdaywe rob our children of tomorrow.”
    39. 39. “If we teach today aswe taught yesterdaywe rob our children of tomorrow.”
    40. 40. • “we need disruptive innovation... so stop tweaking!”• “we spent the 20th Century perfecting a 19th Century model...”
    41. 41. belonging, participation, attendance, engagement??...
    42. 42. When will what we know...change what we do?
    43. 43. Ministry Projections to 2017/18 Opportunity or Obligation?
    44. 44. Ministry Projections to 2017/18 Opportunity or Obligation?
    45. 45. ...in Reverse!
    46. 46. ...a community campus?! SD# 60
    47. 47. Full Day Kindergarten
    48. 48. Full Day Kindergarten
    49. 49. Walking/Running Speedskating Hockey
    50. 50. SchoolFactory Prison Factory FactorySchool Prison SchoolFactory
    51. 51. 21st CENTURY LEARNING – PLANNING PRINCIPLES• FLEXIBLE ADAPTABLE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT• VARIETY OF LEARNING SPACES• NON-HIERARCHICAL (TEACHERS ARE NOT AT CENTRE STAGE)• INTERACTION & FLOW• PODS & CLUSTERS• SMALL LEARNING COMMUNITIES• OPEN LEARNING STUDIOS• SMALL GROUP LEARNING SPACES• GROUP ROOMS• QUIET STUDY AREAS• WET EXPLORATION AREAS• PRESENTATION GATHERING SPACES• TEACHER PREP SPACE• MODULAR / MOVABLE FURNITURE ENERGETIC LEARNING CAMPUS SCHOOL DISTRICT 60 PEACE RIVER NORTH
    52. 52. What do students want?● no straight lines;● natural light and fresh air;● flexibility;● different zones for different work;● lots of colours – but not too bright;● green things;● technology
    53. 53. ENERPLEX LEARNING CENTRE21st CENTURY LEARNING REDESIGN – OPTION 3 SCHOOL DISTRICT 60 PEACE RIVER NORTH
    54. 54. ENERPLEX LEARNING CENTRE21st CENTURY LEARNING REDESIGN – OPTION 3 SCHOOL DISTRICT 60 PEACE RIVER NORTH
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    60. 60. “Enerplex, Schmenerplex...”
    61. 61. Project Based Learning
    62. 62. Project Based Learning“Root Causes of Success”
    63. 63. “Root Causes of Success” plus...High Tech High’s Axioms 1. Integrate students 2. Integrate subjects 3. Integrate the world beyond
    64. 64. Best Learning Experience! There is nothing quite like a really great learningexperience. Sometimes our best learning experienceshappen at school and sometimes they happen in othersettings. Think about a time when you were learning somethingand it was so interesting that you loved it and just didn’twant it to end. Sometimes a great learning experienceinvolves hard work, but you are willing to do the workbecause you see yourself improving and you are excitedabout your progress. Tell the story of one of your very best learningexperiences.
    65. 65. Personalized Learning 73
    66. 66. Personalized Learning 73
    67. 67. Personalized Learning...our community is taking theleap with us! 73
    68. 68. Personalized Learning...our community is taking theleap with us! ...dreaming outside the box 73
    69. 69. You know you are Canadian when you go to schoolin a hockey rink, eh?!

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