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Self Organized Learning Environments
Transcript of Self Organized Learning Environments
Self Organized Learning Environment
Problem Based Unit of Study
- 6 week
- Compelling Topic
- Comprehensive Final Product
- Professional Roles
- Organized Resources
- Shared Calendar
- Culminating Event
Sugata Mitra TED Talk Video
Have you ever been told you're worth your weight in
Non Digital Products
One SOLE Configuration
Groups of Students
Addressing the Curriculum
For Sugata's entire talk, search:
Sugata Mitra's new experiments in self-teaching
"Who knows what we'll need to learn thirty years from now? We do know that we will need to be good at searching for information, collating it, and figuring out whether it is right or wrong."
- Sugata Mitra
"We move from being 'teachers' to coaches of learning"
The Shift from Teaching Content to Teaching Learning. - Edutopia
Why it works!
The Educator's Job:
To Inspire Purpose
The education system was designed to create and sustain human capital.
- John Dewey
"People in the outside world work collaboratively and flexibly in distributed teams, using a variety of digital tools and resources to solve problems and devise new ideas and products, . . . ,the three most common classroom pedagogical practices across schools in 23 countries were having students fill out worksheets, working at the same pace and sequence"
UNESCO, Transforming Education
Ray Van Geel & Lindsay Nevin
Ray Van Geel Lindsay Nevin
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
What was it really like to live in Ancient Times?
How did we let this happen?
Could the War of 1812 have been prevented?
The Inquiry Based
Inquiry Based Learning
SOLES in Classrooms
100 BIG Questions K-12
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