The Cpr 2010

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Reflecting upon the cambridge primary review. A discussion led by Dr Neil Hopkin at the SSAT Primary National Conference, 2010.

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  • I really enjoyed the challenge of this presentation and wnated to use it for a staff meeting.
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  • Your comments, reflections - whole presentation was inspiring - I feel I'm making surface changes and creating 'deeper' inertia. I want to effect real change.... how to do this may be a challenge but not an excuse. Help!!
    James Brown 'the one thing that can solve most of our problems is dancing' I'll dance this weekend and see what I come up with.
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  • The Cpr 2010

    1. 1. The Cambridge Primary Review The future of learning? An international reflection on 21st century learning Dr Neil Hopkin
    2. 2. The future looks..? • We are the people we’ve been waiting for
    3. 3. The Rose Review Aims: Successful learners Confident individuals Responsible citizens
    4. 4. The Cambridge Review Aims: The individual Well being Engagement Empowerment Autonomy
    5. 5. The Cambridge Review Aims: The individual Well being Engagement Empowerment Autonomy
    6. 6. The Cambridge Review Aims: Self, others and the wider world Respect & reciprocity Interdependence & sustainability Local, national & global citizenship Culture & community
    7. 7. The Cambridge Review Aims: Learning, knowing and doing Exploring, knowing, understanding & making sense Fostering skill Exciting the imagination Enacting dialogue
    8. 8. No ‘core’ subjects: Just 12 aims in 8 domains Science & Technology Mathematics Language, Oracy & Literacy Place & Citizenship Time & Ethics Faith & Physical & Arts & Creativity Emotional Health Belief
    9. 9. Too complex?
    10. 10. Two complete? Uffe Elbaek Kaos Pilot, Denmark
    11. 11. Two complete? Uffe Elbaek Kaos Pilot, Denmark
    12. 12. Systemic Messages? Historical habits are frustrating genuine innovation Surface change masks a deeper inertia
    13. 13. Systemic Messages?
    14. 14. Systemic Messages? Transformation
    15. 15. More than just the curriculum
    16. 16. More than just the curriculum s d need enviro nment r e an ood in whi natu hildh childre n grow ch of c up assessment professional, institution al & policy conditions teaching which b paper c r urriculu ings a m to life s e , age str uctur ges & sta
    17. 17. More than just the curriculum nature and needs assessment of childhood structure, ages environment in which & stages children grow up teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life professional, institutional & policy conditions
    18. 18. More than just the curriculum teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life Embed New Technologies vs Professor Dennis Shirley Professor Stephen Heppell Boston College Anglia Ruskin University professional, institutional & policy conditions
    19. 19. More than just the curriculum teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life Embed New Technologies vs Professor Dennis Shirley Professor Stephen Heppell Boston College Anglia Ruskin University professional, institutional & policy conditions
    20. 20. More than just the curriculum teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life Embed New Technologies vs Professor Dennis Shirley Professor Stephen Heppell Boston College Anglia Ruskin University professional, institutional & policy conditions
    21. 21. More than just the curriculum teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life Quality First Teaching Geoff Canada Professor Dylan Wiliam Harlem Children’s Zone professional, institutional IoE, University of London & policy conditions
    22. 22. More than just the curriculum teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life Quality First Teaching Geoff Canada Professor Dylan Wiliam Harlem Children’s Zone professional, institutional IoE, University of London & policy conditions
    23. 23. More than just the curriculum teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life Quality First Teaching Geoff Canada Professor Dylan Wiliam Harlem Children’s Zone professional, institutional IoE, University of London & policy conditions
    24. 24. Discussion point 1 • Teaching challenge: With the greater freedom and opportunity offered by a less prescriptive curriculum, what will you change? Why? • Policy challenge: Are you being radical enough with your vision to enable a lifetime of learning throughout the 21st century?
    25. 25. More than just the curriculum nature and needs assessment of childhood structure, ages environment in which & stages children grow up teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life professional, institutional & policy conditions
    26. 26. More than just the curriculum assessment structure, ages & stages
    27. 27. More than just the curriculum assessment How should we engage learners in the co-construction of their learning? structure, ages & stages
    28. 28. More than just the curriculum assessment How should we How broad is our engage learners in assessment the methodology? co-construction of their learning? structure, ages & stages
    29. 29. More than just the curriculum assessment How should we How broad is our engage learners in assessment the methodology? co-construction of their learning? Are we assessing structure, ages children’s thinking or schools’ & stages accountability?
    30. 30. More than just the curriculum assessment Differences in CVA are mostly insignificant 7% of variability in test grades is due to the school 93% of the variability in grades are nothing to do with the school Institute of Education, London structure, ages & stages
    31. 31. More than just the curriculum assessment Differences in CVA are mostly transient 7% of variability in test grades is due to the school 93% of the variability in grades are nothing to do with the school Institute of Education, London structure, ages & stages
    32. 32. More than just the curriculum assessment Differences in CVA are mostly small 7% of variability in test grades is due to the school 93% of the variability in grades is nothing to do with the school structure, ages & stages
    33. 33. More than just the curriculum assessment Differences in CVA are mostly small 7% of variability in test grades is due to the school 93% of the variability in grades is nothing to do with the school structure, ages & stages
    34. 34. More than just the curriculum assessment 93% of the variability in grades is due to: poverty disadvantage risk discrimination structure, ages & stages
    35. 35. Discussion point 2 poverty - disadvantage - risk - discrimination • Teaching challenge: What can you do in class to reduce the impact of ‘the poverty gap’? • Policy challenge: There’s no extra money. What can we do to explore and improve the 93% non-school determinants of grade variation?
    36. 36. More than just the curriculum nature and needs assessment of childhood structure, ages environment in which & stages children grow up teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life professional, institutional & policy conditions
    37. 37. More than just the curriculum nature and needs assessment of childhood structure, ages environment in which & stages children grow up teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life professional, institutional & policy conditions
    38. 38. More than just the curriculum nature and needs assessment of childhood structure, ages environment in which & stages children grow up teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life professional, institutional & policy conditions
    39. 39. More than just the curriculum nature and needs assessment of childhood structure, ages environment in which & stages children grow up teaching which brings a paper curriculum to life professional, institutional & policy conditions
    40. 40. More than just the curriculum nature and needs of childhood Sir Ken Robinson environment in which children grow up
    41. 41. More than just the curriculum nature and needs of childhood How will you inspire your children’s families to make the most of their opportunities? environment in which children grow up
    42. 42. The Cambridge Review neilhopkin.wordpress.com
    43. 43. The Cambridge Review Imagine neilhopkin.wordpress.com
    44. 44. The Cambridge Review Imagine Create neilhopkin.wordpress.com
    45. 45. The Cambridge Review Imagine Create Transform neilhopkin.wordpress.com

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