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Flat Classroom Live! Hawaii 2013 Opening

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Flat Classroom Live! Hawaii 2013 Opening

  1. 1. Aloha! • http://animoto.com/play/BFdWjW0Kfb114ckR Y8MuyQ
  2. 2. L I V E !
  3. 3. • Where can you find us? flatclassroomproject.net flatclassrooms.ning.com flatclassroomconference.c @flatclassroom #flatclass Julie Lindsay @julielindsay Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher
  4. 4. WHAT IS A FLAT CLASSROOM®?
  5. 5. …. a pedagogy supported by technology http://www.flickr.com/photos/59217476@N00/5617505546/
  6. 6. Technology enabled collaboration to build a better world
  7. 7. Holistic and Global Connected, C ollaborative Flat Blended Learning Project & Challenge- based Culture of sharing Flipped Classroom Inter- connected Web 2.0 Global Project Design Leadership for connected learning Pedagogy
  8. 8. The First Flat Classroom Project…2006
  9. 9. More than a book……sharin g many journeys of global collaboration
  10. 10. Flat Classroom - Live Events
  11. 11. “Learning is not necessarily about learning one plus one, it is about different cultures and learning about the world as a whole. I think it’s really important and it helps to make the world more of a global village”. Flat Classroom Conference Qatar 2009
  12. 12. Slovakia Hong Kong Japan Singapore USA Eracism, Global Student Debate
  13. 13. Beijing, China 2011
  14. 14. Yokohama, Japan 2013
  15. 15. Honolulu, Hawaii 2013 Connect and Make a Difference
  16. 16. 7/23/2013 © Ettie Zilber, 2011 18 What’s this? Aspectsof cultureweare consciously awareof Aspectsof culturewe areless awareof
  17. 17. 7/23/2013 © Ettie Zilber, 2011 19 *notions of modesty and privacy *conception of beauty *ideals governing child raising *rules of descent *cosmology *relationship to animals *ordering priorities *patterns of superior/subordinate relations *definition of sin *courtship practices *conception of justice *incentives to work * notions of leadership *approach and attitude to tempo of work *patterns of group decision-making *conception of cleanliness *attitudes toward the dependent *theory of disease *communication style *approaches to problem solving *conception of status mobility *eye behavior *role expectations (age, sex, class, occupation, kinship) *conversational patterns in various social events *conception of past and future *definition of insanity *nature of friendship *ordering of time *conception of “self” *patterns of visual perception*preference for competition or cooperation *body language (non verbal communication) *social interaction rate (formality-informality) *notions of adolescence *negotiation styles *notions about logic and validity *patterns of handling emotions *attitude toward food and mealtimes *facial expressions *arrangement of physical space *perceptions of professionalism *definition off efficiency *attitude toward planning *taboos (forbidden topics or behaviors) …AND MUCH, MUCH MORE The Cultural Iceberg Aspectsof cultureweare consciously awareof Aspectsof culturewe areless awareof *history *folklore *language *fine arts *literature *drama *classical music *popular music *folk dancing *games *food *cooking *dress
  18. 18.  *notions of modesty and privacy *conception of beauty *ideals governing child raising *rules of descent *cosmology *relationship to animals *ordering priorities *patterns of superior/subordinate relations *definition of sin *courtship practices *conception of justice *incentives to work * notions of leadership *approach and attitude to tempo of work *patterns of group decision-making *conception of cleanliness *attitudes toward the dependent *theory of disease *communication style *approaches to problem solving *conception of status mobility *eye behavior *role expectations (age, sex, class, occupation, kinship) *conversational patterns in various social events *conception of past and future *definition of insanity *nature of friendship *ordering of time *conception of “self” *patterns of visual perception*preference for competition or cooperation *body language (non verbal communication) *social interaction rate (formality-informality) *notions of adolescence *negotiation styles *notions about logic and validity *patterns of handling emotions*facial expressions *arrangement of physical space *perceptions of professionalism *definition of efficiency *attitude toward planning …and more… 7/23/2013 20
  19. 19. 7/23/2013 © Ettie Zilber, 2011 21 Definitions & characteristics of Culture You are the product of your cultural heritage CULTURE IS: -The way we think, feel, act and plan our future - Based on our personal history and social history -Learned – not inherited - Pervasive (in everything/everywhere) -Total of things people learn -Shared patterns of behavior -Shared rules for behavior -How you see & interpret your world -Standards of behavior
  20. 20. Eracism: a student dream from a Flat Classroom® event! @eracismproject
  21. 21. ACTION PROJECT How can we facilitate a global project that will inspire local action at Punahou to meet a need of the local community?
  22. 22. It is happening again! Punahou has committed to run the project they select as the “winner” from among the competitors this week!
  23. 23. We all win!
  24. 24. Punahou Initiatives Housekeeping
  25. 25. Time Day 1 Activity 10- 10:45 am Phase 1: Kickoff Action Project 10:45 am Break 11 – 12:45 Phase 1 & Phase 2: Create Your Pitch 12:45 – 1:30 pm Lunch 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Pitch Sessions (Educators pitch to students/ students pitch to educators) 2:30 – 4:00 pm Phase 3: (Students: Action Project) (Educators: Global Project Curriculum) 4:00 – 4:45 pm FLATS – here in Luke Lecture Hall Frank Guttler: Lights, Camera, Action Mo’olelo Moment with Malia Ane and Tai Crouch 4:45 – 5:00 pm Island Time and optional pizza party 5:30 – 7:30 pm Healthy Community, Healthy Island, Healthy World Twigg-Smith Pavilion (Will help you with your project!)

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