Developing sustainable, effective and authentic overseas exchange pro

310 views

Published on

Published in: Business, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
310
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
11
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Developing sustainable, effective and authentic overseas exchange pro

  1. 1.   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c  Overseas  Exchange  Programs   Part  I:    Principles  of  Program  Design   Jeff  Bissell,  Head  of  School     Chinese  American  Interna6onal  School   San  Francisco,  CA     Part  II:    An  Exemplary  Program   David  Kojo  Hakam,  Curriculum  Specialist   Portland,  OR  Public  Schools     Mandarin  Immersion     Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  2. 2.   Presenta5on  Objec5ves  Part  I:  1.  Outline  some  prac6cal  principles  for   overseas  program  design;  2.  Provide  concrete  examples  of   overseas  program  ac6vi6es  that   follow  design  principles;  3.  Ques6ons  and  answers.     Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  3. 3.  A  fundamental  choice  in  program  design:   Either  .  ..   A  tour  operator  designs  the   program   Or  .  .  .   You  design  the  program   (this  presenta6on  is  for  you!)     Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  4. 4.   Backwards  Design  First:  Establish  your  program  objec5ves     Then:  Design  ac:vi:es  based  on  solid   learning  principles  to  achieve  your   program  objec:ves     Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  5. 5.   What  are  the  OBJECTIVES  for    your  overseas  program?   Objec:ves  for  CAIS     Interna:onal  Programs    §  Students  use  Chinese  language  to  func6on   successfully  and  appropriately  in  authen6c   cultural  contexts;  §  Students  learn  ac6vely  through  experience,  not   passively  through  observa6on;     Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  6. 6.  What  are  the  LEARNING  OBJECTIVES  for    your  overseas  program?   Objec:ves  for  CAIS   Interna:onal  Programs  (con:nued)     §  Students  develop  self  confidence,   independence,  and  responsibility;   §  Students  develop  humility  and  respect  for   difference;   §  Students  develop  the  ability  to  be  adaptable   and  resourceful.     Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  7. 7.   Learning  Principles:     “Students  learn  best  when  .  .  .”      If  you  want  students  to  learn  to  be  responsible  and   independent,  you  must  give  them  responsibility   and  independence;  do  not  do  everything  for  them.     Students  learn  ac4vely  through  doing,  not   passively  through  watching  and  listening.     What  else  .  .  .  ?   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  8. 8.   A  Typical  Tour  of  Beijing       Achieves   Honors     Ac:vity   Objec:ves   Learning   Principles    Lao  She’s  Teahouse   yes/no   yes/no  Peking  opera   yes/no   yes/no  Dinner  at  Quanjude   yes/no   yes/no  Guided  tour  of  Great  Wall  and  Ming  Tombs   yes/no   yes/no  Shopping  at  Silk  Alley   yes/no   yes/no  Shadow  puppet  show   yes/no   yes/no   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  9. 9.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   Market  Challenge  (pp  1-­‐2)       Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  10. 10.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   Lunch  Without  a  Safety  Net  (p  3)   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  11. 11.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   Neighborhood  Scavenger  Hunt  (p  4)   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  12. 12.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   Jianshui  Scavenger  Hunt  (p  5)   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  13. 13.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   Beijing  by  Foot  (pp  6-­‐8)   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  14. 14.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   Interviewing  Visitors  at  the  Jianshui   Confucius  Temple  (p  9)   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  15. 15.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   A  Local  AQrac:on  and  a   Local  Snack  in  Kunming  (p  10)   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  16. 16.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   Interviewing  Monks  at  Yonghegong  (p  11)   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  17. 17.  Examples  of  easily  organized  ac5vi5es  that  meet   OBJECTIVES  and  honor  LEARNING  PRINCIPLES   Responsible  Par:es  (p  12)   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    
  18. 18.   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c  Overseas  Exchange  Programs   End  of  Part  I     谢谢各位!   Developing  Sustainable,  Effec5ve,  and  Authen5c    Overseas  Exchange  Programs  (Pt.  I)    

×