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My presentation for TeachMeet: Learning without frontiers 2011 on negotiated learning and co construction for Primary children.

My presentation for TeachMeet: Learning without frontiers 2011 on negotiated learning and co construction for Primary children.

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    Changing classroom relationships Changing classroom relationships Presentation Transcript

    • Changing classroom relationships Oliver Quinlan www.oliverquinlan.co.uk/blog @oliverquinlan
    • Image: Wesley Fryer
    • Image: http://www.chrisunitt.co.uk/2009/01/the-hole-in-the-wall-project/
    • Negotiated Learning
    • Model One: Passion Projects
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch? feature=player_embedded&v=TiIzpGVnPoA
    • Model Two: Scaffolded Projects
    • Planning Doing Sharing & Reflecting
    • Model Three: Provocation Projects
    • Year 4 have been making cheese, they have made the soft kind. We were learning about the Great Fire of London and Samuel Pepys who was wealthy. so he did not live near the villagers and the poor. He buried his cheese and so we decided to make cheese.
    • Image: http://www.chrisunitt.co.uk/2009/01/the-hole-in-the-wall-project/
    • References: Limits to self organized systems of learning - the Kalikuppam experiment, Sugata Mitra & Ritu Dangwal http://bit.ly/g0plev Sugata Mitra: The child driven education (on TED.com) http://bit.ly/aA4NX9 My blog posts on negotiated learning in the classroom: http://bit.ly/huW99h Neil Hopkin on negotiated learning: http://bit.ly/amaiA1
    • Oliver Quinlan www.oliverquinlan.co.uk/blog @oliverquinlan