2 Academic LeadershipWorkshop # 3: 6 Cs for the Education Future & how they apply to Central’s context?Mark A. Miller – Teacher in Residence
3 And how they apply to Central’s Context The Six CsAnd how they apply to Central’s Context
4 Agenda for Today Introduction to the Six Cs Classroom Evaluation Next We will look at each of the six individually and discuss what this could look like in my classroomClassroom EvaluationWe will take a personal inventory of where we are right now in our practiceNextStepsWe will take some time to discuss what the next steps can be in our journey with educationAgenda for TodayBasic and Straight Forward
5 Michael Fullan’s Theory The Six CsMichael Fullan’s TheoryCharacterEducationCitizenshipCreativity &ImaginationCommunicationCollaborationCritical Thinking &Problem Solving
6 In comparison to the other five pillars, what order of importance to you place this pillar? How often do you explicitly place this topic in your lesson plan design?
7 Character Education Definition Honesty, self-regulation and responsibility, perseverance, empathy for contributing to the safety and benefit of others, self-confidence, personal health and well-being, career and life skills
8 CitizenshipDefinitionGlobal knowledge, sensitivity to and respect for other cultures, active involvement in addressing issues of human and environmental sustainability
9 CommunicationDefinitionCommunicate effectively orally, in writing and with a variety of digital tools; listening skills
10 Critical Thinking & Problem Solving DefinitionThink critically to design and manage projects, solve problems, make effective decisions using a variety of digital tools and resources
11 CollaborationDefinitionWork in teams, learn from and contribute to the learning of others, social networking skills, empathy in working with diverse others
12 Creativity and Imagination DefinitionEconomic and social entrepreneurialism, considering and pursuing novel ideas, and leadership for action
13 In comparison to the other five pillars, what order of importance to you place this pillar? How often do you explicitly place this topic in your lesson plan design?
17 Jigsaw ActivityYou will be put into six groups, and assigned one of the pillars to discussYou and your team will come up with as many specific activities that would integrate your pillarDon’t aim for one-offs Try to come up with existing activities where you are casually integrating your pillarBe ready to discuss with the group . . .
18 Click mouse once to reveal icons and there numbers Fill the TankClick mouse once to reveal icons and there numbers1Character Education2Citizenship3Communication6144Critical thinking and Problem Solving3255Collaboration6Creativity and Imagination