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Passion is it Some have advantage – talents and gifts Sam Stosur’s father said that the first practice highlighted her as a star Agassi’s father bet on his son Einstein failed entrance into University George Hubert Wilkins – who? We all long for our predictions...The problem with IQ...: Originally used to distinguish lack of intelligence Raises questions over what is IQ Termites – never realised potential China study of academically talented students in Year 12 equivalent – were not successful Talent + Passion + Opportunity + Confidence The problem with IQ...The need to fail..: The need to fail..Failure – it happens! And so it should: In the UK, it was mooted we consider a new definition of failure: Failure = Deferred Success What is happening? Are we afraid of mistakes – or are negative emotions so hard to handle we decide instead to avoid them in totality? We will discuss this more in a few slides – let me continue... Failure – it happens! And so it shouldThe weakness of prediction...: For your amusement, I share Winston Churchill’s report card. Notice the comments!! Composition – very variable Grammar – fair Diligence – Began term well but latterly has been very naughty! – on the whole has made progress. Maths – greatly improved, but very uncertain French – not very good Weak in Geography On the whole he has improved though at times he is still troublesome The weakness of prediction...How Reliable is Data?: How Reliable is Data? Let’s look at a new formula for measuring learning improvement. John Hattie’s work on Effect Size in Visible Learning : Post Test – Pre Test Standard Deviation of Post Test The magic number is 0.4! Anything that offers an improvement above 0.4 is quality!Flat Earth – learn by your interest: Thomas L. Friedman – The World is Flat Are we becoming flatter? Focus is on interest – choose subjects with the best teachers so learners are ENGAGED and PASSIONATE about what they are learning. Learning is not the career path! Flat Earth – learn by your interestHow do we learn? : Are you? Visual Auditory Kinaesthetic How many of your teachers taught you to think? Do you KNOW how you think? What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom? How do we learn?Are you Intelligent? In what way? Howard’s Multiple Intelligences MI: Are you Intelligent? In what way? Howard’s Multiple Intelligences MI Linguistic Intelligence (good with words) Logical mathematical intelligence (good with numbers and reasoning) Spatial intelligence (“picture smart”) Bodily kinaesthetic intelligence (“body smart” or haptic .) Musical intelligence (good at music) Interpersonal intelligence (good mixing and knowing people) Intrapersonal intelligence (good at understanding oneself) Naturalistic intelligence (“nature smart”)Developing your Mind: Howard Gardner has released his new book: Five minds for the Future. He outlines what he perceives to be the five key thinking areas for success in our rapidly changing world: Disciplined mind Synthesized mind Creative mind Respectful mind Ethical mind Developing your MindLevels of Being Smart: Levels of Being SmartThe FULL Bloom’s...: Cognitive Affective Psychomotor knowledge attitude skills 1. Recall data 1. Receive (awareness ) 1. Imitation (copy) 2. Understand 2. Respond (react) 2. Manipulation (follow instructions) 3. Apply (use) 3. Value (understand and act) 3. Develop Precision 4. Analyse (structure/elements) 4. Organise personal value system 4. Articulation (combine, integrate related skills) 5. Synthesize (create/build) 5. Internalize value system (adopt behaviour) 5. Naturalization (automate, become expert) 6. Evaluate (assess, judge in relational terms) The FULL Bloom’s...Emotional Intelligence: Emotional IntelligenceThe Marshmallow Test: It starts very early . Goleman cited the "marshmallow test," which measures the emotional intelligence skill of self-management: Four-year-olds were told, "'You can have this marshmallow now if you want, but if you wait until I come back from my errand, you'll have two.' About 1/3 can't stand it and grab the marshmallow, another third wait the full 7 or 8 minutes. 14 years later, they're tracked down by a professor at Smith, Phil Peake. The kids who grabbed fell apart under pressure, they couldn't get along with friends. The kids who waited had a 210-point advantage on their SAT's. The people in Princeton who make up the SAT were stunned, they said it's the difference between a family with no college education and a parent with a master's degree." The Marshmallow TestWays of Thinking in Action: Ways of Thinking in ActionYou Can Do It!: You Can Do It!Our Vision Statement: Our Vision StatementWhat’s new...: Learning is IT! Premium offering of facilities and resources Child-centred and shared ownership Focus on pedagogy – new staff Learning for Life Values based on 3 New Rs Positive and supportive General and full of opportunity Curriculum-based on the future! What’s new...Curriculum – Learning for Life: High Expectations... New resources New standards New teachers Assessment of, for and as learning Small classes Technology Pedagogy Communication Centralised Learning Curriculum – Learning for LifeThe Challenge of Learning: It’s FUN All have a right to learn Learning is a gift Tudor offers more Learning For Life The Challenge of Learning You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.