@oliverquinlan                     Oliver Quinlan        www.oliverquinlan.co.uk/blogChanging classroom   relationships
@oliverquinlanImage: Wesley Fryer
@oliverquinlanImage: http://www.chrisunitt.co.uk/2009/01/the-hole-in-the-wall-project/
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@oliverquinlanNegotiated Learning
@oliverquinlan  Model One:Passion Projects
@oliverquinlanHow to do football skills
@oliverquinlan    Model Two:Scaffolded Projects
@oliverquinlan     Planning      DoingSharing & Reflecting
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@oliverquinlan   Model Three:Provocation Projects
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@oliverquinlan“Year 4 have been making cheese, they have made thesoft kind. We were learning about the Great Fire of Londo...
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@oliverquinlanImage: http://www.chrisunitt.co.uk/2009/01/the-hole-in-the-wall-project/
@oliverquinlan@kvnmcl          @              @theheadsoffice
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@oliverquinlanReferences:Limits to self organized systems of learning - the Kalikuppamexperiment, Sugata Mitra & Ritu Dang...
@oliverquinlan             Oliver Quinlanwww.oliverquinlan.co.uk/blog
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Technology has changed our relationship with content. With reference to Sugata Mitra's hole in the wall project, and negotiated learning at Robin Hood Primary School, I argue that it is now the relationships between learners and teachers that needs to change.

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  • Changing relationship of learners to content.\n
  • Hole in the wall. - 10 - 14 year olds, remote tamil speaking village.\n7% - 30% unsupervised 75 days\n-> 51% with mediator (non-specialist)\nWe know that realtionship between children and the content has changed.\n\nLots of tech dropped into classroom in last 10 years, and it in many cases hasn’t changed the learning.\n
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  • Ownership is most important thing. Real ownership, not deceptive or watered down.\nPersonalisation.\n
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  • Same thing over and over- no challenge.\nLimited interests.\n
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  • Based on John Davitt’s Random activity generator.\nGiving them access to the mechanics of that construct.\n
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  • Focus more on the planning and the project skills than the learning itself.\n
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  • Scaffolding and project plans. Play: Fear of play, lack of rigour, but not in early years.\nPlay that is appropriately challenging and engaging for this age group.\nThat is hard, because they have high expectations for engagement and challenge.\nIntervention at the point of learning.\n
  • Self organising system. \nMediators with minimal intervention- just encouragement.\nWhat if this was expanded to possibilities thinking.\n\n
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  • Responsiveness.\nPossibilities thinking- spotting possibilities and making suggestions.\nExpert learner- seeing the possible learning and suggesting but not directing.\nDont treat children as customers- be genuinely responsive.\nDont be scared of play.\n\n\n
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    1. 1. @oliverquinlan Oliver Quinlan www.oliverquinlan.co.uk/blogChanging classroom relationships
    2. 2. @oliverquinlanImage: Wesley Fryer
    3. 3. @oliverquinlanImage: http://www.chrisunitt.co.uk/2009/01/the-hole-in-the-wall-project/
    4. 4. @oliverquinlan
    5. 5. @oliverquinlanNegotiated Learning
    6. 6. @oliverquinlan Model One:Passion Projects
    7. 7. @oliverquinlanHow to do football skills
    8. 8. @oliverquinlan Model Two:Scaffolded Projects
    9. 9. @oliverquinlan Planning DoingSharing & Reflecting
    10. 10. @oliverquinlan
    11. 11. @oliverquinlan
    12. 12. @oliverquinlan
    13. 13. @oliverquinlan Model Three:Provocation Projects
    14. 14. @oliverquinlan
    15. 15. @oliverquinlan“Year 4 have been making cheese, they have made thesoft kind. We were learning about the Great Fire of Londonand Samuel Pepys who was wealthy. so he did not livenear the villagers and the poor. He buried his cheese andso we decided to make cheese.” http://class40q.wordpress.com
    16. 16. @oliverquinlan
    17. 17. @oliverquinlanImage: http://www.chrisunitt.co.uk/2009/01/the-hole-in-the-wall-project/
    18. 18. @oliverquinlan@kvnmcl @ @theheadsoffice
    19. 19. @oliverquinlan
    20. 20. @oliverquinlan
    21. 21. @oliverquinlanReferences:Limits to self organized systems of learning - the Kalikuppamexperiment, Sugata Mitra & Ritu Dangwalhttp://bit.ly/g0plevSugata Mitra: The child driven education (on TED.com)http://bit.ly/aA4NX9My blog posts on negotiated learning in the classroom:http://bit.ly/huW99hNeil Hopkin on negotiated learning:http://bit.ly/amaiA1
    22. 22. @oliverquinlan Oliver Quinlanwww.oliverquinlan.co.uk/blog

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