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NBCS/SCIL
A quick journey
NBCS
1981
‘there is only one way to avoid
criticism: do nothing, say
nothing and be nothing’
Aristotle
NBCS 1999
Blueprint for the future
Blueprint for the future
emotional
mission & vision
pedagogy
visual
relationships
growth
NBCS
faith-based
values-based
independent
mainstream academic
Preschool, K-12 1300
preparing students for tertiary
views e...
NBCS
learn from others
high expectations
question everything
‘join the vision’
MISSION
excellence in education;
Christianity in action
VISION
exceed all expectations
HOPE
in Christ alone
SCIL 2005
Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning
‘lead the change’
Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning
coalition of the willing
enabling strategy
future-focused
accelerator
unclear
Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning
grant supported or no budget
new projects or programs
partnerships with anyone
hi...
OPPORTUNITY
SCIL activities & events:
online courses
learning from others
SCIL associates
French
Second Life
awards
Some questions
to frame our
conversation:
Adapted from Edna Sackson
whatedsaid.wordpress.com/2013/08/03/10-questions-to-he...
1. What do I believe about learning?
2. Does my practice reflect my beliefs?
3. How do I shift my focus from what
I teach ...
6. How can I ‘make friends with the
curriculum’?
7. How do I encourage creativity?
8. How can I ensure the learning space
...
2010
campfires – 1 to many
working together – watering hole
cave – individual work
anywhere, anytime – digital space
Adapted fr...
What could be?
What could be?
2011
NBCS TRANSFORMATION
is not about space or technology
is about pedagogy & values
high ownership &
collaboration
3 screen day
CHANGE MANAGEMENT IS VERY DELIBERATE
shaping learning culture
at every level of an organisation.
The learning culture need...
PRINCIPLES
learning
engaging
personalised
clear priorities
high expectations
emerging pedagogies
learn from the best, then...
Elements to connect:
professional space
physicalspace
virtual space
culturalspace
Move away from the ‘factory-style’ paradigm
Separate rooms
Separate and separated educators
Separated class groups
Separat...
 Question everything
 Grow staff
 Empower students
 Grow parents
 Collaborate always
 Create curriculum
 Develop sp...
strong independent operator
good co-ordinator
positive collegial communicator
solo player
STEPS TO COLLABORATION
strong independent operator
good co-ordinator
positive collegial communicator
solo player
team member
team player
continua...
Teachers team as in a game of
soccer or netball
movingto where the ball will
be, not where it is
collaboration COACH
CHANGE agent
learning ACTIVIST
OPPORTUNITY
Denison’s cultural model has two components:
External -
Adaptability
Mission
Internal -
Involvement
Consistency
KOTTER XLR8
KOTTER: DUAL OPERATING SYSTEM
PROJECT BARCELONA
PROJECT BARCELONA
PROJECT BARCELONA
PROJECT BARCELONA
PROJECT BARCELONA
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
SCIL - a history of innovation in education
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  1. 1. NBCS/SCIL A quick journey
  2. 2. NBCS 1981
  3. 3. ‘there is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing and be nothing’ Aristotle
  4. 4. NBCS 1999 Blueprint for the future
  5. 5. Blueprint for the future emotional mission & vision pedagogy visual relationships growth
  6. 6. NBCS faith-based values-based independent mainstream academic Preschool, K-12 1300 preparing students for tertiary views external assessments as the floor, not the ceiling
  7. 7. NBCS learn from others high expectations question everything ‘join the vision’
  8. 8. MISSION excellence in education; Christianity in action
  9. 9. VISION exceed all expectations
  10. 10. HOPE in Christ alone
  11. 11. SCIL 2005 Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning ‘lead the change’
  12. 12. Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning coalition of the willing enabling strategy future-focused accelerator unclear
  13. 13. Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning grant supported or no budget new projects or programs partnerships with anyone high energy & risk takers ‘do, then think’
  14. 14. OPPORTUNITY
  15. 15. SCIL activities & events: online courses learning from others SCIL associates French Second Life awards
  16. 16. Some questions to frame our conversation: Adapted from Edna Sackson whatedsaid.wordpress.com/2013/08/03/10-questions-to-help-you-become-a- better-teacher
  17. 17. 1. What do I believe about learning? 2. Does my practice reflect my beliefs? 3. How do I shift my focus from what I teach to how they learn? 4. Is the learner at the centre of everything? 5. Do my students own their learning?
  18. 18. 6. How can I ‘make friends with the curriculum’? 7. How do I encourage creativity? 8. How can I ensure the learning space promotes learning? 9. How can I ensure I am a learner first? 10. How can I contribute to a culture of learning?
  19. 19. 2010
  20. 20. campfires – 1 to many working together – watering hole cave – individual work anywhere, anytime – digital space Adapted from David Thornburg
  21. 21. What could be?
  22. 22. What could be?
  23. 23. 2011
  24. 24. NBCS TRANSFORMATION is not about space or technology is about pedagogy & values high ownership & collaboration
  25. 25. 3 screen day
  26. 26. CHANGE MANAGEMENT IS VERY DELIBERATE shaping learning culture at every level of an organisation. The learning culture needs to be the subliminal dominant culture within the school, adopted without question & pervading all activity.
  27. 27. PRINCIPLES learning engaging personalised clear priorities high expectations emerging pedagogies learn from the best, then adapt
  28. 28. Elements to connect: professional space physicalspace virtual space culturalspace
  29. 29. Move away from the ‘factory-style’ paradigm Separate rooms Separate and separated educators Separated class groups Separate desks & chairs or rows Separate preparation separate
  30. 30.  Question everything  Grow staff  Empower students  Grow parents  Collaborate always  Create curriculum  Develop spaces  Align budgets  Learn from failure  Celebrate success  Take risks
  31. 31. strong independent operator good co-ordinator positive collegial communicator solo player STEPS TO COLLABORATION
  32. 32. strong independent operator good co-ordinator positive collegial communicator solo player team member team player continual collaborator collaborative team leader
  33. 33. Teachers team as in a game of soccer or netball movingto where the ball will be, not where it is
  34. 34. collaboration COACH CHANGE agent learning ACTIVIST
  35. 35. OPPORTUNITY
  36. 36. Denison’s cultural model has two components: External - Adaptability Mission Internal - Involvement Consistency
  37. 37. KOTTER XLR8
  38. 38. KOTTER: DUAL OPERATING SYSTEM
  39. 39. PROJECT BARCELONA
  40. 40. PROJECT BARCELONA
  41. 41. PROJECT BARCELONA
  42. 42. PROJECT BARCELONA
  43. 43. PROJECT BARCELONA

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