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Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
Philosophical to practical
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Philosophical to practical

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Created by Allen Broyles 2014 SAIS New Teacher Institute

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  • Imagine this scale to be your school’s student population
    If the student-environment
    What about the kids who are skilled in the “non=school” items
  • No grade levels
    No science behind the idea
    brains are just a different in rates of growth as bodies
    No grade levels: Look at any given age. You see wide range of physical traits. Brain development is just as uneven.
  • Howard Kids can do this
  • Math anxiety Tara study
    Regulatory skills make the difference

    Ramped up physiology
    Response to aversive stimulus
    Feeling out of
    Chronic:
    Deregulates blood pressure
    Increases stroke or heart attack
    Depresses immune system
    Hippocampus has lots of cortisol receptors: blocks neurogenesis
  • Reminder: Emotions connected to learning and memory
  • Considerations beyond the simple senses
    We see consciously,but also process sight unconsciously
    Story : Blind sight
    Story: learning to see
    Vision is for vision: braille, tongue reading Activity: Hand motions
  • Talk about the need for hands on!
    Thumbs on today’s students must be even larger
  • Do “n” story activity
    Do pitcher activity if possible
  • The 15 point swing I mentioned was correlated to an increase in the motor areas of speech production (verbal), and the motor areas of hand use (perceptual)

    London cabbies--Hippocampus makes a map of the external world
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    • 1. From the Philosophical to the Practical
    • 2. Balancing the Philosophical and the Practical
    • 3. Books!! !
    • 4. C: Compliance 21: Attributes from Schools of the Future EF : Executive Function Strength EF : Executive Function Weakness SE : Social-emotional strength SE : Social-emotional weakness
    • 5. “Imagination is the other end of Reality” K. Hari Kumar e e
    • 6. Recall a time when you were really learning…..
    • 7. STUDENTS THRIVE • WHEN THEY: connect personally and emotionally with the curriculum WHEN THEY: experience and interact with curriculum • WHEN THEY: participate and have choice in how they learn and express
    • 8. Born to Learn
    • 9. Teach the Child Teach the Curriculu m Viewpoi nt of the child Facts and truths of studies
    • 10. Resolving The Conflict: The teacher becomes a partner guiding students to independently discover meaning within the subject area.
    • 11. Joseph Palermo - Pedagogy of the Depressed • Can students really be taught critical thinking, civics, and citizenship skills in a standardized format that values conformity? • Why are the ideals that have long been associated with public higher education being scrapped in favor of private special interests that stand to profit from these changes? • Most people might want to see a real doctor instead of going to WebMD
    • 12. Joseph Palermo - Pedagogy of the Depressed • Access does not replace dialogue, critical thinking, and learning • Collective student activities are part of the learning process • Better success with real human interaction
    • 13. The premise of our educational system is that seat time is the critical feature of learning.
    • 14. “People can have the Model-T in any color…” “… so long as it’s black”
    • 15. Dare to innovate and take risks “You will miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Wayne Gretsky
    • 16. Opportunity 1 • Treat students as they are capable of becoming
    • 17. Verbal Spatial Literacy Math Performance Social/Collaboration Executive Function Persistence Top of your school Bottom of your school Student 1 Verbal Spatial Social/Collaborat ion Persistence Student 2 Social/Collaborat ion Persistence EF Student 3
    • 18. 20 Relatedness Autonomy Competence Sweet Spot!
    • 19. Opportunity 2 • Create pedagogical models that are: ▫ Innovative and based on research ▫ But still reflect our past
    • 20. NAIS: Schools Of The Future 22 ANALYTICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING COMPLEX COMMUNICATION - ORAL AND WRITTEN LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORKINTEGRITY AND ETHICAL DECISION MAKING GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ADAPTABILITY, INITIATIVE AND RISK- TAKING DIGITAL AND QUANTITATIVE LITERACY
    • 21. my personal learning network webinars
    • 22. Just because you are unique, that doesn’t mean you are useful. 24
    • 23. Opportunity 3 • Incorporate brain research of the last decade ▫ Brains are not linear
    • 24. Stress and Fear
    • 25. Hippocampus Amygdala
    • 26. Motor Sensory Visual Auditory Executive
    • 27. Processing
    • 28. Plasticity
    • 29. Opportunity 4 Engage in a
    • 30. Mindset Research • Predicts motivation and achievement • Narrows the gender gap in math • Narrows the racial achievement gap • Correlates with higher grades and test scores http://www.mindsetworks.com/webnav/whatismindset.aspx

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