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Change, Wisdom & Learning Education in 21 st Century Will Ord
Some Key Developments… Speaking & Listening Speaking & Listening Thinking Skills / PLTS Thinking Skills / PLTS Thematic & enquiry led learning Thematic & enquiry led learning Learning to Learn & AfL Learning to Learn & AfL SEAL SEAL Community Cohesion Community Cohesion Creative Curriculum Creative Curriculum Every Child Matters / Children’s Plan Every Child Matters / Children’s Plan Wellbeing Wellbeing 2020 Vision 2020 Vision KS3 Strategy KS3 Strategy QCA EYFS QCA EYFS
Skills & pupil centred Constructivist Thematic / enquiry led Brain friendly Community linked Flexible Motivation & emotions ‘Wise focused’ Content centred Objectivist Over prescribed Test riddled Result driven Subject fractured ‘Clever focused’ From… Towards… Key emergent directions…
Fixed & fluid self theories ‘Outstanding’: social & emotional & cognitive. E.g. role of ‘failure’ in learning? Entity vs. Incremental Theory of Intelligence (Carol Dweck, Self Theories 1999) Entity: Fixed intelligence. Likes low-effort successes, outperforming others, hates looking unable so avoids failure. Effort = “I’m not clever”. Incremental: Malleable intelligence. ‘Have a go’, likes trying, stretching skills, putting knowledge to good use, intrigued by ‘failure’. Effort = “I’m really learning!”
Some Key P4C Principles... Dialogue Dialogue Facilitator Facilitator Community of Enquiry Community of Enquiry Thinking Skills Thinking Skills Communication Skills Communication Skills
General P4C Scheme Stimulus Private reflections Sharing, and question creation Airing questions Voting for an enquiry question Enquiry Reflections on process / content Last words
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