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Parent Information Night

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These are the slides from the parent information night held on Wednesday 7 February 2007.

These are the slides from the parent information night held on Wednesday 7 February 2007.

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  • 1. “My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there. ” Charles I-'. Kettering, American inventor ( I 8 76- I 958)
  • 2. “My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there. ” Charles F. Kettering, American inventor ( I 8 76- I 95 8)
  • 3. My Promise
  • 4. 7 1 , ‘ , __ , 4'12» . I-. , I K. 1*. V , , , 2 s ,7, ‘z: , .
  • 5. Philosophy
  • 6. 5» us _, fa“ '~ ‘ Ira’ K 4); ,, l}, ‘_/ _‘: l’*_I I ruu"" O . AN I'«: }¢-‘. CAKES J 2‘ . ..-. E’ ~. II_: _. ’“ 0 Authentic experiences
  • 7. Philosophy 0 Authentic experiences 0 High expectations
  • 8. Philosophy 0 Authentic experiences 0 High expectations 0 Multiple intelligences
  • 9. Philosophy 0 Authentic experiences 0 High expectations 0 Multiple intelligences 0 Engaging
  • 10. Philosophy 0 Authentic experiences 0 High expectations 0 Multiple intelligences 0 Engaging (Fun! )
  • 11. Teaching Arrangements
  • 12. Teaching Arrangements 0 Mr Paul Fuller Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • 13. Teaching Arrangements 0 Mr Paul Fuller Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 0 Msjean Dickens Tuesday
  • 14. Teaching Arrangements 0 Mr Paul Fuller Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 0 Msjean Dickens Tuesday 0 Specialist teachers Music / Drama, Visual Arts, Library, Italian
  • 15. Individual Support
  • 16. Individual Support 0 Parent - teacher meetings 0 Individual Education Plan (I. E.P. ) 0 Customised curriculum 0 After-school homework class
  • 17. Term One 0 Theme: “Fit, Healthy . A ,3- and Strong” I 4;’ O Emphasis on healthy lifestyle 0 Integrated learning experiences
  • 18. Homework
  • 19. Homework 0 Reading for pleasure
  • 20. Homework 0 Reading for pleasure 0 Targeted spelling
  • 21. ‘. ‘§ '4'’ (_", ‘.rr 4. pg; .4 . . 0 Reading for pleasure 0 Targeted spelling G Times tables G
  • 22. Homework 0 Reading for pleasure 0 Targeted spelling 0 Times tables 0 Occasional project work
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  • 25. Communication Diaries Room 3 Update
  • 26. Communication Diaries Room 3 Update Website www. ogps. wa. edu. au
  • 27. Communication Diaries Room 3 Update Website www. ogps. wa. edu. au Visit
  • 28. Communication Diaries Room 3 Update Website www. ogps. wa. edu. au Visit Email paul. fulIer@det. wa. edu. au
  • 29. Behaviour Management
  • 30. Behaviour Management 0 Pro-active
  • 31. Behaviour Management 0 Pro-active 0 Positive reinforcement
  • 32. Behaviour Management 0 Pro-active 0 Positive reinforcement 0 Clear consequences
  • 33. Behaviour Management 0 Pro-active 0 Positive reinforcement 0 Clear consequences 0 Parent communication
  • 34. Bullying If ou think there is a Y problem, please see us straight away! Bullying can be solved when schools and parents work together.
  • 35. A process that works!
  • 36. A process that works! Ignore
  • 37. A process that works! Ignore Tell them to stop
  • 38. A process that works! Ignore Tell them to stop Get ideas
  • 39. A process that works! Ignore Tell them to stop Get ideas Ask for help
  • 40. What do these people have in common?
  • 41. I940 Winston Churchill
  • 42. I963 Martin Luther King Jr
  • 43. I987 Mikhail Gorbachev
  • 44. I993 Nelson Mandela
  • 45. ou: i.v. u:xu. moe'u: «nxn.2oo1 Yes, you. You control the Information Age. Welcome to your world.
  • 46. 3 Rthcfwilh a scmefrom a Roman School
  • 47. In the New England Primer there were rhymes for each letter, such as D: A Dog Will Bite A Thi: -fat Night
  • 48. The school building was red brick with each classroom decorated with the alphabet, . materials, the children used inkwells, pencils, Prang paint boxes and colored chalk, bu Their desks were in long rows of five and were atta floor. There were no children with wheelchairs at I story building and they had no special classes for ch some people on crutches, though. At lunch time the walked home for lunch and then came back to sch u In Leavenworth, each kid had to buy their own text from 20 to 30 dollars. On report cards, some school percentages were used, with failure at 75% or below "fair". Like we do today, they had homework and maps. Parents went to PTA meetings often but the p . playground to help or volunteer. . ' On the playground the children played ball games . -‘ off of it for kids to swing around. The girls played < ' or ball. Andrea's grandmother remembers that in those days, not everybody went to school. to help their parents were able to go to school.
  • 49. > c, Q + Nnnp/ mmavymnitquesiovgiioozsosi “Q- llilmtl x, :.. t.-mt. - »ivv. ium viii» um. .. N4‘A mm ThinkO. uest About rm Site . Llh’.1Vy ) no > Elementary School . -1' '. Ages ORACLE’ wuutwp. routoavlou Our website is about elementary school throughout the ages. Have you ever wondered how kids in ancient Egypt lcamod? Do you know what pounce is’? And, what's an inkhom‘? At your school, do the boys get ten lashes for misbehaving to the girls? You can learn how school subjects. recesses. lunches and classrooms have changed by clicking on a timeline showing American schools from 16005 to today and on a globe of ancient civilizations. Click around our classroom or in the table below and read about discipline or how to become a teacher. Relive the school days of other generations and cultures by reading and listening to our interviews with family and friends. There are some fun activities to try in Lesson Plans. Finally, take our quiz to see what you've leamed. We would love to hear about your elementary school experiences in our Guest Book. When you grade us on our report card, we hope to get an A+!
  • 50. 2007
  • 51. 2007
  • 52. 2007
  • 53. You
  • 54. You Google
  • 55. §§myspace. com. T a place for friends
  • 56. You Think®OCOm ORACLE‘ 'fi‘myspace. com. a place for friends Google
  • 57. You O Thinkeocom ORACLE‘ fimyspacecom a place for friends Google WIKIPEDIA
  • 58. *INsI-: R I . Technorati" ‘ del. icio. us Yaw um Bloglines / T’ wikispaces fclipshack ‘ 7 ‘L / gyiumuuuumfi event. ’ mj Campfire‘ Zimbro mar C0 mils: _ , , , 7 ‘ C) S! A ' S ) Ferr: !ru: J-= _«'u F»: -H-:1 _ , ?:lLI: -liI5I!1_{_ ta k '-V - 2 0 O vf. _ . A77? : Thinkooocom Y ‘ ‘ " IKIPEDIA : >.»': .CL+: -/ Q7” “'3 E ]: PhoIunu: k2r. :uri1'" ($3) WORDPRESS
  • 59. WINNER FINANCIAL TIMES/ GOLDMAN sums susmess soon or me YEAR I | jTia¢nI‘t A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE GLOBALIZED WORLD IN THE 21ST CENTURY Thomas Friedman THREE TIMES WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE
  • 60. Imagination is more important than knowledge.
  • 61. Imagination is Never , more memorise lmportant anything you than can look up. knowledge.
  • 62. . '*‘| /', : S /2!" Imagination is fig. « Never , more " I memorise lmportant anything you than can look up. knowledge.
  • 63. Academic Achievement Academic Achievement Digital-Age Literacy I I Inventive Thinking I Adaptability, Managing Complty, and Self-Direction Basic, Scientific, Economic, and Technological Literacies I I I Visual and Information Literacies curiosity, Cgeafivifyl _ I _ I and Risk Taking Mulhcultuml Literacy and I a Global Awareness epoxdfl Thinking and High l Sound Reasoning 21st Century learning I High Productivity Prioritizing Planning, and Managing for Results Effective Communication Teaming. Collaboration, and Interpersonal Skills Effective Use of Real-Worid Tools and Civic Responsibility I 0 Ability to Produce Relevant, High-Quality Products Personal, Social, Interactive Communication ‘ Acamic evement > S Q- m E. A" 31> en 5 m . "'= "..
  • 64. :ocII: as‘- IT g
  • 65. Podcasting I Internet radio show
  • 66. Podcasting 0 Internet radio show I ‘Podkids Australia’ (www. podkids. com. au)
  • 67. Podcasting I Internet radio show I ‘Podkids Australia’ (www. podkids. com. au) I Listen on your computer or an MP3 player
  • 68. Podcasting I Internet radio show I ‘Podkids Australia’ (www. podkids. com. au) I Listen on your computer or an MP3 player I Downloads automatically (‘subscription’)
  • 69. Podcasting 0 Internet radio show 0 ‘Podkids Australia’ (www. podkids. com. au) 0 Listen on your computer or an MP3 player 0 Downloads automatically (‘subscription’) 0 Authentic audience
  • 70. Clustrmaps For http: /!uuu. podkids. com. au 4858 visits since 12 Jun 2006, total visits 485? since 12 Jun 2006, updated daily ' distance in which individuals are clustered Total number oF visits depicted above = 4548 Dot sizes: ‘ (_}=1ooo+ O=1oo—999 0:10-99 o=1—9
  • 71. Done H Al— se Study — age roe ria cl Store l iPod«iTunes l . Mac l Hot News Get .1 Mac Hardware Software Made-4Mac Educatrcin Pro I. K 4 Orange Grove Primary School The Walls Crash Down Adding further to the positive impact of podcasting in learning is. according to Fuller. the elimination of some of the traditional barriers surrounding the classroom. ‘The classroom is actually an isolated environment. with parents and other teachers having little opportunity to actually see what the students are working pn. " he says. "In the past. parents had to rely on the limited information their children give them about their lile at school. Now the parents of our students are able to go onto the Internet and 8 either listen to the podcasts lrorn within their web browser or download them to their computer and then onto their &. For those parents who don't have Internet access. we simply use Wunes to burn copies to a CD. which they can listen to QuickTime Support ‘ Mac OSX Business Developer wiiereiosuy Orange Grove Prlmary School 1 Building Enthusiasm 2 The Walls Crash Down 3 The Personal Develogrrient Perspective "Students are incredibly keen to tell their parents about a new podcast that's been put online - they're now taking greater pride in
  • 72. This is not a technology project!
  • 73. This is not a technology project! Planning and Research
  • 74. This is not a technology project! Writing Planning and Research
  • 75. or ‘E ‘N "or g - , .“-I‘ ». 4' '4' gr (WV: j v ; 2» 1‘ 5 k. 1 C; ‘:3: in l l"£ _w an -; L/ . Editing Writing Planning and Research
  • 76. Editing Writing Planning and Research
  • 77. at : : or g I‘ L .1‘-’: -‘: or '4! tn‘ 4 r "I. d* Q 1; 1 J in an x! Sharing Editing Writing Planning and Research
  • 78. 1' : : or g I‘ L .1‘-’: -‘: 1- '1! tn‘ 4 r "I. d* Q 1; 1 14 1 up :1 Sharing Editing Writing Planning and Research
  • 79. 1' : : or g I‘ L .1‘-’: -‘: 1- '1! tn‘ 4 r "I. d* Q 1; 1 J 1 at J Sharing Editing Writing Planning and Research
  • 80. 4' : : I I -‘ ; 'j'-r_: " ""_I‘*. ». A‘ v ; 1-» Q 1; 1 J 1 at J Sharing Editing Writing Planning and Research
  • 81. -‘I /1. / j ~ '. iv A __ A. I DOC. ti_3_St! .
  • 82. Why podcast? 0 Engagement and motivation
  • 83. ,arr-"r,1~ ‘F I ‘ ii use -i 1 4 Q. - 1§ Jl s Engagement and motivation * Global citizenship
  • 84. ,arr-"r,1~ ‘F I ‘ ii use -i 1 4 Q. - 1§ Jl s Engagement and motivation * Global citizenship 6 Reflecting on learning
  • 85. ,arr-"r,1~ ‘F I ‘ ii use -i 1 4 Q4- 1§ Jl Engagement and motivation Global citizenship Reflecting on learning Critical awareness
  • 86. ,arr-"r,1~ ‘F I ‘ ii use -i 1 4 Q4- 1§ Jl Engagement and motivation Global citizenship Reflecting on learning Critical awareness Window on the classroom
  • 87. Your wish for your child gr‘: ‘g. P {V _: , . |_ Nd‘, -J1‘_>'5. . . . .._‘_I - .4
  • 88. Questions

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