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Bridging Minds:
a mental framework
Workshop 2009
by Neus Lorenzo
nlorenzo@xtec.cat
“Building knowledge
and building commun...
Bridging Minds for better citizenship:
pro-action, participation, creativity, responsibility,
innovation, involvement, res...
The Action- Awareness Models
by Neus Lorenzo
nlorenzo@xtec.cat
Multilingual and intercultural attitudes
for dealing with c...
Traditional teaching sequences
P
P
P
Behaviourist
Receptive
Imitative
Product - creation
Presentation
Practice
Production
Traditional learning styles
• VISUAL process and global thinking
(Holistic or circular discourse)
• AUDIO process and anal...
Activities 1 & 2:
Awareness
by Neus Lorenzo
nlorenzo@xtec.cat
“Let’s find quiescence in
in-between spaces”
Brindging Minds:
a mental framework
A
A
A
Constructivism
Activt
Creative
Attitude - creation
Awareness
Aim
Action
Howard Gardner’s propos:
From: Ron Ftzgerald
“The best way to predict the future is to invent it”
(Alan Kay, ICT pioneer)
AA Awareness
•Plural identities
•Personal str...
Process Assessment
Information
Gathering
Integrating
data
Building
Knowledge
Growing in
values
Identifying Analysing Synth...
Activity 3:
Aim
by Neus Lorenzo
nlorenzo@xtec.cat
Learning together about...
T I A M I
Choose the best meaning for T I A M I
T I A M I
Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence approach
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
Activities 4 & ...
Taking into account
Multiple Intelligence
Action
Bridging minds means…Directive
leading
Intervencionist
participation
Catalytic
delegation
Explanatory
facilitation
What do...
Developing Competencies
Knowledge
(think)
Skills
(do)
Process
(be)
Community
(share)
transformation
sharing
learning
BM Paradigm:
opportunity for individual & social improvement
Competition to Have
things, i...
Language role
in bridging minds
tool and
resource
process and strategy
context and environment
From: Neus Lorenz, http://e...
How?
Action
Working in projects
Participating in web2.0
Teachers’ role
in bridging minds
Values
Promoting:
-Human Rights
-...
Bridging Minds:
a mental framework
Workshop 2009
by Neus Lorenzo
nlorenzo@xtec.cat
“Building knowledge
and building commun...
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Bridging Minds -Pre-Workshop at the 34 th ATEE Conference at Mallorca 2009

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Workshop for the 24th ATEE Conference (Mallorca2009). Teacher training sessions for developing inter cultural dialogue, plurilingualism and the paradigma of "being", taking into account multiple intelligences.

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Bridging Minds -Pre-Workshop at the 34 th ATEE Conference at Mallorca 2009

  1. 1. Bridging Minds: a mental framework Workshop 2009 by Neus Lorenzo nlorenzo@xtec.cat “Building knowledge and building community to change the world”
  2. 2. Bridging Minds for better citizenship: pro-action, participation, creativity, responsibility, innovation, involvement, respect...
  3. 3. The Action- Awareness Models by Neus Lorenzo nlorenzo@xtec.cat Multilingual and intercultural attitudes for dealing with cultural and personal diversity in a global world
  4. 4. Traditional teaching sequences P P P Behaviourist Receptive Imitative Product - creation Presentation Practice Production
  5. 5. Traditional learning styles • VISUAL process and global thinking (Holistic or circular discourse) • AUDIO process and analytic thinking (Narrative or lineal discourse) • KINESTHETIC process and systemic thinking (Nodular or Network discourse)
  6. 6. Activities 1 & 2: Awareness by Neus Lorenzo nlorenzo@xtec.cat “Let’s find quiescence in in-between spaces”
  7. 7. Brindging Minds: a mental framework A A A Constructivism Activt Creative Attitude - creation Awareness Aim Action
  8. 8. Howard Gardner’s propos:
  9. 9. From: Ron Ftzgerald
  10. 10. “The best way to predict the future is to invent it” (Alan Kay, ICT pioneer) AA Awareness •Plural identities •Personal strenghts and weaknesses •Linguistic diversity •Integration of personal and professional experiences AA Aim •Having the vision of a common project •Experiencing Bridging Minds in in-between spaces AA ActionAction Bridging Minds Model Aine Ferlong, Mercé Bernaus & Neus Lorenzo •Share previous experiencesShare previous experiences •Consider the experiences for reflectionConsider the experiences for reflection •Develop good practicesDevelop good practices •Develop an in-between common projectDevelop an in-between common project Assessment
  11. 11. Process Assessment Information Gathering Integrating data Building Knowledge Growing in values Identifying Analysing Synthesising Transferring Reflecting Understanding (inter-action) Context(intra-action) Data Information Knowledge Wisdom Time
  12. 12. Activity 3: Aim by Neus Lorenzo nlorenzo@xtec.cat Learning together about... T I A M I
  13. 13. Choose the best meaning for T I A M I
  14. 14. T I A M I Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence approach ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
  15. 15. Activities 4 & ... Taking into account Multiple Intelligence Action
  16. 16. Bridging minds means…Directive leading Intervencionist participation Catalytic delegation Explanatory facilitation What does bridging minds mean?
  17. 17. Developing Competencies Knowledge (think) Skills (do) Process (be) Community (share)
  18. 18. transformation sharing learning BM Paradigm: opportunity for individual & social improvement Competition to Have things, information, friends... Competencies for Being competent, able, useful, happy... Neus Lorenzo, 2009: Global Consciousness in Europe Let’s try!
  19. 19. Language role in bridging minds tool and resource process and strategy context and environment From: Neus Lorenz, http://espurna.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?user=34ht42ub57mr3
  20. 20. How? Action Working in projects Participating in web2.0 Teachers’ role in bridging minds Values Promoting: -Human Rights -Inclusion & cohesion -Social transformation Why ? Mission Building inclusive schools Opening to future global Facilitating social networking Who? Vision Developing common aims Consolidating expectations What? EDU Focusing into annual international projects for Knowledge building & Community building Finding common values Learning to learn as a community Longlife learning fo everybody Descovering responsabilities Developing shared leadership in education Trainning & sharing results Adding innovation and networking Researching and experimenting Learning how (TIAMI) Changing communicatio getting involved students society colleagues
  21. 21. Bridging Minds: a mental framework Workshop 2009 by Neus Lorenzo nlorenzo@xtec.cat “Building knowledge and building community to change the world”

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