هام طلاب القرن الحادي والعشرين بالتعلم الابتكاري والتدريس الإبداعي في فانيكول
By Chryso Charalambous ChristodoulouFUNecole Research InstituteInspiring 21st Century Students for InnovativeLearning and Creative Teaching with FUNecole®.IEFE Conference 2013
General Workshop Outline!Theme 1: !The 21st Challenges. Enabling Dynamic! !School Transformations. Inspire and Aspire!Theme 2: !FUNecole Creative Learning Environment!Theme 3: !Doing it togetherInnovative Teaching Creative Learning
• A place where children are trained inliteracy.!• Teaching is usually separate from life andplay.!• Teachers must be in control.!• Students are expected to be obedient.
Linguistic or verbal !Visual and spatial !Logical and mathematical !Physical Interpersonal !Musical !Interpersonal!Meta cognitive!
Questioning!Planning!Discussing!CooperatinglearningDivergentthinkingCognitivemappingCoachingreviewingLearningenvironmentExpanding thinking throughout thecurriculum !
Good enoughis not goodenoughLearning from our students as theycan learn form us!Relationships matter: how studentsknow teachers care!Teaching to studentstrengths!
The ways that students process information truly seemslike a modern phenomenon!Education should go beyond teaching basic computerskills ICT!Unprecedented new media introduction!Challenge No 1
Autonomously manage the complexity anddiversity of a world that needs more ﬂexible,focused on reality and radically moreinnovative minds. !Student-centred methods that inspirecognition and meta cognition. !The 21st century students needChallenge No 2
Challenge No 4The Europe Digital Action 2020Fully exploit the innovative power of ICT for the beneﬁtof every EU citizen and of society as a whole. !It is essential to educate European citizens to use ICTand digital media and particularly to attract youngstersto ICT education”!
32Excellence the new global Standard!1 Compete!Connect!Cooperate!Transform with a global context in mind!Challenge No 5
Teaching the iGeneration !Becoming Network wise Connect & Collaborate Critically Read Information!Critically Read People!Publish for an Audience Write in Multiple Modes Organize Multitasking Engage in Diverse Voices!Challenge No 6
How can the schools produceglobal competences?Developinternationaloriented faculty!Promoteparticipation ininternationalprojectsExpand studentsexperiences though travel,partnerships and schoolexchanges1234Transform theeducational systemwith a global context inmindChallenge No 7
Challenge No 8The 21st century educators!Broad knowledge and skills in manydisciplines. !Ready to differentiate, collaborate &share experiences !Meet the high cognitive student demands!Keep “multiple balls in the air”; !
A slow internetconnection is abad day…What do youngsters use Technology for? !Extent friendships based on real interests!Upload videos, visit blogs & update wikis!Collaborate, Multitask, Share!Challenge No 9
What children need is not only thedevelopment of technical skills but alsothe cultivation and nourishment ofqualities like compassion, self discipline,moral judgment, empathy, respect, senseof belonging and community support.!Bare Necessities…!Challenge No 10
Conclusively students need!To manage autonomously the complexityand diversity of a world that needs moreﬂexible, focused on reality and radicallymore innovative minds. !Student-centred methods that inspirecognition and meta cognition. !
They are waiting for the teachersand the curricula to catch up!Students are in the 21st centuryThank you