Ideas Presentation March 2014

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A presentation we made at the IDEAS meeting in March 2014. It details the progress we have made so far with the project, particularly the development of our School Wide Pedagogy and aligning it with the School's Vision and Mission.

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Ideas Presentation March 2014

  1. 1. IDEAS Developing a SWP for St Andrew’s School Wednesday 12th March 2013 Inspiring minds… Building success… Developing leaders…
  2. 2. Ideas visit Term 3 • Discussion of SWP moving forward • IB visit • Aligning all components of data: IB, IDEAS, AITSL, PLP
  3. 3. Personal Pedagogies • My personal Pedagogical Profile • Myers Briggs revising in Staff Meeting with Cathie • Revising the 3-D.P Model • Solid work beginning in SWP
  4. 4. Alignment • Sharing our personal pedagogies • Aligning our personal pedagogies with the School’s Vision and Mission • Creating a presentation ready for 2014 • Brainstorming links with Strategic Plan
  5. 5. 2014 • Unpacking SWP with staff and 3DP model/links • Revisiting the purpose of IDEAS • Skillful discussion • Unpacking the Image of the Child – links with school history/present – ELC pedagogy of inquiry. Reggio Emilia inspirations • Professional journalling
  6. 6. Aligning theory and practice • Exploring Reggio Emilia Principles • Revisiting IB principles and educational theory – conceptual based learning and assessment • Discussion of personal beliefs and practice • Engaging with Authoritative Theory • Beginning to align current practice. • Provoking a culture of research. Teachers as researchers. • Central IDEAS resource folder for staff to access, share, collaborate
  7. 7. Theory and Research • Reggio Emilia • International Baccalaureate – Lyn Erikson • Stephen Heppell • Ken Robinson -Futuristic Learning • ONWARDS: Carol An Tomlinson, Wiggins (Differentiation and Backwards by Design)
  8. 8. In progress • Developing SWP -mapping current and additional essential agreements – Umbrella of Image of Child. (Synthesise) • Refer back to futuristic learning principles and concepts • IDEAS resources on website as a support guide for SWP • Continue rich conversations using pedagogical theory. (Knowledge creation and shared responsibility. • Pedagogical principles for SWP - pillars • CHALLENGES: Parent and student direct involvement
  9. 9. Ultimate dream • SWP grounded in research • Practices align with theory • Staff own Vision and Mission and live and breathe in classrooms • WHOLE SCHOOL

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