CUEBC 2010 - Redesigning 21 st Century Classrooms

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Here are the slides I presented at CUEBC 2010 in Richmond, BC minus a few of my personal, classroom slides. Unfortunately, uploading them is beyond my District's fair-use agreement. If I can be of any further help feel free to contact me. Good luck redesigning your classrooms in your schools and districts!

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CUEBC 2010 - Redesigning 21 st Century Classrooms

  1. 1. Redesigning 21st Century Classrooms
  2. 2. What are We Looking at?
  3. 3. Frameworks
  4. 4. SYSTEMS THEORY
  5. 5. complex array of: diverse, interconnected, dynamic elements
  6. 6. System Flow Input Output
  7. 7. Environment System Input Output
  8. 8. Environment Human Body Input Outputhuman body
  9. 9. Environment River Basin Input Outputriver basin
  10. 10. Environment Classroom Input Outputclassroom
  11. 11. Environment Classroom Input OutputMinistry
  12. 12. Environment Classroom Input Outputlaw
  13. 13. Environment Classroom Input Outputbeliefs
  14. 14. Environment Classroom Input Outputbooks
  15. 15. Environment Classroom Input Output System of Inquiry
  16. 16. Analysis Development Management Design
  17. 17. Room 24
  18. 18. TIME COMPLEXITY Systems Increase in Complexity over Time
  19. 19. Historic Classroom
  20. 20. Modern Classroom
  21. 21. Compari son
  22. 22. Modern Student
  23. 23. ISSUES
  24. 24. Technology vs. not Technology Technology vs. not Technology
  25. 25. Improvement vs. Reform Improvement vs. Reform
  26. 26. Standards v.s. 21st Century Learning
  27. 27. To Review: • View your class as a complex system • focus on the similarities in classrooms over time: community, structure, purpose • leverage the differences in students to advantage
  28. 28. Syllogism
  29. 29. All students are inputs Inputs are resources All students are resources Syllogism
  30. 30. Resources to: • Themselves • Their classmates • Their classrooms • Their larger communities • The world
  31. 31. Learner Centred v.s. Learning Centred
  32. 32. Classroom Students Students+ Environment
  33. 33. Classroom Students Students+ Environment 1. People 2. Structures 3. Processes
  34. 34. People • Students • TA’s • Parents • Administrators • Experts (Scott and Lloyd) • Community Members
  35. 35. Structures • Desks and chairs • Computers • Tables • Website • Graphic organizers • Charts
  36. 36. Processes • Attendance • Homework • Agenda • Needing help • Class discussion • Note taking
  37. 37. Systems and Values
  38. 38. Analysis Development Management Design
  39. 39. Analysis Development Management Design System Core Core Values Core Ideas Organizing Perspectives
  40. 40. Classroom Students Students+ Environment
  41. 41. Classroom Students Students+ Environment Analyze Manage Design Develop
  42. 42. Core Values Core Ideas Organizing Perspectives Students Students+ Environment
  43. 43. Matrix AgentsSystems View of Technology Initiatives 2008-2009 to 2009-2010 People Processes Structures B efo re Teacher Irregular/Inconsistent First Class Dreamweaver “Blogs” T ran sfo rm ativ e A fter Entire Class Weekly/Consistent iWeb Wordpress B efo re Teacher Daily with no communication assurance Chalkboard Homework Board Im p ro v em en t A fter Teacher Rotating Leaders Daily with communication assurance Chalkboard, Google Docs B efo re NA NA NA 26 Bikes T ran sfo rm ativ e A fter 26 Bikes Director Teacher Volunteers Volunteer discretion Word (HTML) First Class B efo re Teacher NA Chalkboard Paper Class Notes Im p ro v em en t/ T ran sfo rm ativ e A fter Teacher Note Directors Archived, revisited, adjusted Volunteer discretion Whiteboard Smart Notebook .pdf First Class

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