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eIndia panel discussion and presentation on Essentials  for Building Visionary Schools in a Globalised World. …

eIndia panel discussion and presentation on Essentials  for Building Visionary Schools in a Globalised World.

http://eindia.eletsonline.com/2012/eindia-education-summit-agenda/

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  • 1. India’s first college-preparatory schooleIndia 2012: Essentials forBuilding Visionary Schools ina Globalised World
  • 2. Changed LearnerStudents earlier attended school to get information but now they getinformation everywhere•  Kids dont come to school for information. They come to school with information•  Students exposed to interesting and engaging channels of information (like internet, phone, advertising, television etc) and we are trying to ask them to focus on boring classroom lectures!•  Earlier the belief was work hard, get good marks, get a college degree, get a job, you are successful. But now the belief is its better to have a degree but not a necessity
  • 3. So what is schooling about in 21st century? Schooling is about experiential learning, student voice and embracing failure and not about standardized test and always having a culture of one right answer•  Move away from standardized testing and go beyond standardizing curriculum•  Bring Divergent thinking to classroom•  Build patient problem solving skills•  Collaboration is a must. Great learning happens in group•  Access to information is not a major problem now but what and how to assimilate this is very important•  Information surplus is a problem. School is not just about learning anymore, its all about how kids use this information Reference: TED talk Diana Laufenberg, Dan Mayer & Emily Pillowton
  • 4. The Team“First figure out your partners, then figure out what ideas to pursue.The most important thing isnt the market you target, the product youdevelop or the financing, but the founding team.” – Jim Collins•  Supportive, Cooperative and collaborative Staff•  Life long learner•  Adaptive to changes in Technology, Syllabus, Delivery methods and sensitive to learning diversities
  • 5. Progressive OrganizationLearning Organization is one which has a journey towards the endgoal with flexibility in its path based on the feedbacks received Plan  Execute  Reality Check  Refine  Proceed•  Congruence of passion, capabilities and drivers•  Know the strengths and weakness (SWOT)•  Create a condition where change is made possible•  Seek feedbacks regularly
  • 6. Embracing Technology is key
  • 7. Embracing Technology is keyCatch up with Trends – Mobiles, eBooks, Personalized Learning, CloudComputing, Ubiquitous learning, BYOD, Digital Content, Learninganalytics, Game Based Learning, Flipped Classroom•  Transforming everything we do•  New forms of communication and collaboration•  Multiple rich representations•  Tools to find, create, manage, share•  Networked, distributed, peer reviewed, open Reference: Book Design for learning in an open world
  • 8. SummaryThe mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but woodthat needs igniting – PlutarchSpend less time filling minds of hungry students withcontent by lecturing at them.Ignite their creativity, their imagination and their problemsolving skills by talking. This is done by doing activelearning in classroom by interacting with studentsThere is no one size fits all. The design solution for fuelingthe Inquisitiveness, expressiveness, Exploration & Selfdiscovery of a student is dependent on –  Student/Teacher background –  Infrastructure available –  Size of the classroom –  Investment (Both time and money by all stakeholders)
  • 9. Credits•  TED Talks –Diana Laufenberg, Dan Mayer, Ken Robinson & Emily Pillowton•  Book - Design for learning in an open world•  Images from –  http://skerricks.blogspot.in/2011/02/21st-century-learners.html –  http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_ayCytGsy6YE/TUO9jZmOlkI/ AAAAAAAAA3g/S8HlTXHgp3w/s1600/21st_century_PR_2.jpg –  http://cartist.edublogs.org/2011/08/18/what-exactly-does-a-21st- century-learner-look-like/ –  http://promise.smesnews.org/concepts/21st-century-learning/ –  http://wwpk-3.sharpschool.com/tc_teachers/grade_levels/grade_3/ mrs__pellicciotti/21st_century_learners/ –  http://www.microassist.com/custom-e-learning/the-learning- dispatch/are-learning-differences-between-generations-myth
  • 10. Thank You!shivoo@amaatra.pes.eduFacebook: shivoo.koteshwar / Twitter: @shivookoteshwar11

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