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Faculty Meetings of the Future

Lausanne Learning Institute 2014
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Mike Cobb

on 15 July 2014

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Transcript of Faculty Meetings of the Future

Yet, faculty Meetings often look like this…..

Mike Cobb – The Oakridge School

Faculty Meetings of the Future

The Meetings needed to include techniques that would encourage and develop the 21st century Learning Skills.

But How?

Innovation
Creativity
Collaboration
Critical Thinking


21st Century Learning

Teachers created works of art in small groups

The reason for the meetings had not changed but the “look” and “feel” seemed 21st Century.

So we work to create learning situations that look like this….

Need to Know: Adults need to know the reason for learning something.
Foundation: Experience (including error) provides the basis for learning activities.
Self-Concept: Adults need to be responsible for their decisions on education; involvement in the planning and evaluation of their instruction.
Readiness: Adults are most interested in learning subjects having immediate relevance to their work and/or personal lives.
Orientation: Adult learning is problem-centered rather than content-oriented.
Motivation: Adults respond better to internal versus external motivators.


Malcom Knowles

“Pondering Pedagogy”

Share videos and articles

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Pedagogy (Andragogy) of Faculty Meetings

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Conserve time, encourage discussion, demonstrate benefits of breaking barriers

Video MEETINGS

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Conserve time, encourage reflection, create excitement, and discussion on important issues

Flipped meetings

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Encourage team building, experience active learning, create excitement, collaborate and discuss theme “6 C’s

Scavenger Hunts

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Building camaraderie and rapport, demonstrating innovation doesn’t require technology, encourage creativity, reinforce the 6 C’s

Hands on – collaboration meetings

Yet, faculty Meetings often look like this…..

Teachers created works of art in small groups

Innovation
Creativity
Collaboration
Critical Thinking


21st Century Learning

Mike Cobb – The Oakridge School

Faculty Meetings of the Future

Need to Know: Adults need to know the reason for learning something.

Foundation: Experience (including error) provides the basis for learning activities.

Self-Concept: Adults need to be responsible for their decisions on education; involvement in the planning and evaluation of their instruction.

Readiness: Adults are most interested in learning subjects having immediate relevance to their work and/or personal lives.

Orientation: Adult learning is problem-centered rather than content-oriented.

Motivation: Adults respond better to internal versus external motivators.


Malcolm Knowles

Cosmopolitanism

Critical Thinking

I
M
P
A
C
T

D
I
R
E
C
T

“Pondering Pedagogy”

Share videos and articles

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Pedagogy (Andragogy)
of Faculty Meetings

So we use new tools to conduct meetings
often discussing familiar topics.

We are left we a 21st Century Look but with "Familiar Results"

Each “meeting” provided the need for reflection about the success.


The “meetings” also required consistent assessment of progress with yearly goals.

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Spark creativity, curate meeting information, highlight and share individual talent, reinforce the 6 C’s

Graphic note taking

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Building camaraderie and rapport, demonstrating innovation does not require technology, encourage creativity, reinforce the 6 C’s

collaboration meetings

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Conserve time, encourage discussion, demonstrate benefits of breaking barriers

Video MEETINGS

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Encourage team building, experience active learning, create excitement, collaborate and discuss theme “6 C’s

Active Adventures / Scavenger Hunts

So we work to create learning situations that look like this….

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Conserve time, encourage discussion, encourage participation

Virtual MEETINGS

Character

Cosmopolitanism

Collaboration

Communication

Critical Thinking

Creativity

Conserve time, encourage reflection, create excitement, and discussion on important issues

Flipped meetings

@fundmc01
So, the path was clear.

But the vehicle wasn't.
Active
Innovative
Authentic
Relevant
Motivating
https://lli14-meetingsofthefuture.titanpad.com/1
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