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Keynote speech and presentation given at the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (North American Chapter) , Lethbridge, Canada, 2009.

Keynote speech and presentation given at the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (North American Chapter) , Lethbridge, Canada, 2009.

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  • Trust yourself. Relax and reflect. Work hard. Be honest with yourself. Get your house in order. Life can be joyful. Love is eternal. Peace is for Now.

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  • Keynote Address WCCI NAC U of Lethbridge Penélope V. Flores Curriculum Opportunities for Fostering Peace in a Diverse Global Community: The Filipino American Experience
  • Agenda
    • The Filipinos in the United States of America.
    • KWL
    • Brain Work,
    • Stoop work
    • Summarize
    • Next steps
  • Overview
    • Historical facts
  • California: Under the tarnish, still golden
    • Describe the objective(s) of the exercise:
      • New product or service ideas?
      • New feature ideas?
      • Feature/product naming?
      • Promotion ideas?
      • New process for doing something?
    • Define top requirements or restrictions.
  • What do we Know?
    • A changing profile
    • The place of talent
    • Take risks
    • John Husing: “California is made up of people who don’t know what it is they are not supposed to do.”
  • June 8, 2009, First day of school
    • First day of school, Philippines
  • June 8, 2009, First day of school
    • First day of school, Cebu, Philippines
  • June 8, 2009, First day of school
    • First day of school, Manila, Philippines
  • June 8, 2009, First day of school
    • First day of school, Manila, Philippines
  • What do we Know?
    • A changing profile
    • The Economist, Apr 4, 2009, p 36.
  • What do we Want to Know?
    • Do we all think alike?
    • Choice words
    • No criticism allowed
  • Do easterners and westerners think alike?
    • Califonia/Appalachia
    • US/Europe
    • Asia/America
  • Do easterners and westerners think alike?
    • Robert Nisbetts experiments
      • Pond
      • Language
      • categorizaions
    • Asia/America
  • Do easterners and westerners think alike?
  • The Price of Prejudice
    • It’s what you do that counts;
    • It’s not what you say you’d do.
    • Know Thyself
    • A Black, Brown, and White answer
    • The Song of Songs
  • What did we Learn?
    • No idea is a bad idea
    • Be creative
    • Take risks
    • No criticism allowed
  • Brain work Activity
    • Generate ideas
      • Use games and exercises to “warm up” your creative thinking
      • When ideas slow down, try another exercise to generate fresh ideas
      • Breaking into smaller groups may be helpful
    • Use a computer to capture every comment/idea (in Microsoft PowerPoint, of course, using Meeting Minder)
  • Stoop work Activity
    • Generate ideas
      • Use games and exercises to “warm up” your creative thinking
      • When ideas slow down, try another exercise to generate fresh ideas
      • Breaking into smaller groups may be helpful
    • Use a computer to capture every comment/idea (in Microsoft PowerPoint, of course, using Meeting Minder)
  • Summarize
    • Review ideas
    • Vote on top candidates and consolidate
    • Check requirements and restrictions
    • Trim list to top 5-10 ideas
  • Next Steps
    • Describe what happens next:
      • Research the ideas generated?
      • Follow up with larger group?
    • Generate action items for follow-up:
      • Start turning ideas into reality.
  •