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Pictures of my Personal Pedagogical Framework

How my personal pedagogical framework connects to theorists and the University of Southern Queensland course, EDP3333
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Michelle Thompson

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CURRICULUM and CLASS:
Student-centred, authentic, relevant, and engaging.
Alignment of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment, front-loading for diversity (EDP3333, 2013), and UDL guidelines (CAST, 2012).
Class expectations, agreements, school rules.

Teacher behaviour:
Modelling behaviour expectations, critical thinking, five dimensions of teaching and learning (DET, 2011).
My principles of care, critical and creative thinking, and ethics and intercultural understanding.
Adapt to change!
Does my behaviour match my philosophy? Generally.
Factors/limitations - C2C, school's pedagogical framework, inexperience, changing policies, new initiatives, and context.

AITSL (2013a) Standards -

Respond to all students' background circumstances, interests, strengths and needs (Std 1)
(AITSL, 2013c)
Adhere to Australian Curriculum for 21st Century learners, encourage 3Rs + HOTS (Std 2)

Careful planning, challenging goals, creative use of resources, varied and effective teaching strategies, awareness of my strengths and weaknesses (Std 3)

Ensure students feel safe, respond to challenges, take risks with confidence, feel encouraged to extend themselves - knowing they are supported if they fail (Std 4)

Confident in quality of data generated, skilled at interpreting and using assessment information - data highlights progress and areas for intervention, inform students and families about the student's strengths and needs (Std 5)

Responsible for my own development in areas of needs and goals, plan and collaborate, use professional learning for new skills, reflect and receive feedback (Std 6)

Work with colleagues, parents/carers, teachers, broader community, accept shared responsibility for every child's education (Std 7)
Social construction
I do, We do, You do
Bloom's Taxonomy
Social reconstruction
Multiple intelligences
Hierarchy of needs
Differentiated Instruction
Various frameworks
Student-centred
ASOT
Thinking hats
You Can Do It
Thinkers keys
VYGOSTSKY
FLEMING
BLOOM
GIROUX
GARDNER
MASLOW
TOMLINSON
EDUCATION QLD
ROGERS
MARZANO
DE BONO
BERNARD
RYAN
Giroux
Palmer
Lipman
Noddings
My
Journey
Progresses



Preferred Theories and Practices


Pedagogical Theorists


Influences On My Philosophy

Contemporary Theories of Learning
My personal philosophy is growing as I learn more.

In 2010: Social construction + cognitivism + humanism's progressive influence (EDC1300, 2010).
Now: + behaviourism + social reconstruction.

Core beliefs:
CARE,
CRITICAL THINKING & METACOGNITION,
DEVELOPING SELF, and
OTHERNESS.






I value:
APST (AITSL, 2013a)
Professional learning (AITSL, 2013c; DETE, 2012 )
Australian Curriculum general capabilities (ACARA, 2013)
Various Pedagogical Frameworks (DETE, 2013a)
Evidence-based practices:
- Differentiation (ACARA, 2013; EDP3333, 2013; Sousa & Tomlinson, 2011; SPE3007, 2013; Tomlinson, 2001)
- Reflection (Hattie, 2003)
- SEW&L (ACARA, 2013; Bernard, 2006; CASEL, 2013; DETE, 2009-2013; EDP3333, 2013; Seligman, 2006; SPE3004, 2013)
- Student-centred learning (Rogers, 1969, as cited in Zimring, 1999)
- Backward Design (Wiggins & McTighe, 1998)
Primary or Special Education?
Learning difficulties - Direct Instruction methods (SPE3009, 2013)

Teacher behaviour:
SKILLS -

Collaborate, support, plan (Kalantzis & Cope, 2012), learn, model
Demonstrate intercultural understanding - AITSI and Asia literacy
Deep practical understanding of new technologies
(AITSL, 2013a)
UDL (CAST, 2012); QCARF and ESCM (Qld DETE, 2005-2012)
Management of space and time (EDP3333, 2013)

Student behaviour (APST - STANDARD 2):

Critical and creative thinking
Thinking collaboration
Communicate, and use of technology
Problem-solving ability
Ethical behaviour and interdisciplinary skills
(AITSL, 2013a)

Pictures Of My Personal Pedagogical Framework
How Does This Transfer To My Classroom?
References
Everyone's Ideas and Feelings Matter
(my current motto)
Commitment
Passion
(Adapted from EPP3333, 2013)
Constructivism
Behaviourism
Cognitivism
Neuroeducation
Humanism
by Michelle Thompson
PROGRESSIVE (Dewey's foundation tracks - lifelong learning, citizenship, teacher as facilitator, social process)
Beliefs and Values
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Bandura, A. (1977). Self-efficacy: Toward a unifying theory of behavioral change. In Psychological Review 84(2), 191-215. Retrieved October 10, 2013, from http://www.uky.edu/~eushe2/Bandura/Bandura1977PR.pdf
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Bernard, M..E., & Hajzler, D. J. (1987). You can do it! What every student (and parent) should know about achieving success at school and in life. Melbourne, Vic., Australia: Collins Dove, pp. 235.
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Brady, L., & Kennedy, K. (2010). Curriculum construction (4th ed.). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Australia.
Center for Applied Special Technology. (2012). Universal design for learning guidelines: Version 2. Retrieved October 22, 2013, from http://www.udlcenter.org/aboutudl/udlguidelines
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Gutek, G. (2001). Historical and philosophical foundation of education: Selected readings. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education Inc.
Hattie, J. (2003). Teachers make a difference: What is the research evidence? Paper for the Australian Council for Educational Research Annual Conference on Building Teacher Quality. Retrieved October 16, 2013, from http://www.acer.edu.au/documents/rc2003_hattie_teachersmakeadifference.pdf
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Kalantzis, M., & Cope, B. (2012). Cazden on pedagogical weaving. Retrieved October 22, 2013, from http://newlearningonline.com/new-learning/chapter-8-pedagogy-and-curriculum/cazden-on-pedagogical-%E2%80%98weaving%E2%80%99/
Lipman, M. (2003). Thinking in education. Retrieved from http://site.ebrary.com/lib/unisouthernqld/Doc?id=10073562&ppg=85
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Noddings, N. (2002). Starting at home: Caring and social policy. Retrieved September 16, 2010, from http://site.ebrary.com/lib/unisouthernqld/Doc?id=10051194&ppg=297
O'Meara, J. (2010). Beyond differentiated instruction. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
Ozmon, H., & Craver, S. (2008). Philosophical aspects of behaviourism. In Philosophical foundation of education (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education Inc.
Palmer, P. J. (1998). The courage to teach: Exploring the inner landscape of a teacher's life. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
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Tomlinson, C. A. (2001). How to differentiate instruction in mixed-ability classrooms (2nd ed.). Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
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My Goal: APST in my Classroom
(Adapted from EDP3333, 2013 & Eggen & Kauchak, n.d.)
I do, We do,
You do
5 Es
8 ways of
learning
I agree with the goal on AITSL's animation (2013a): "Every child must succeed in an education worth having".
(Google 3D image "Change", retrieved through Prezi.com
Student Engagement
Knowing all students well, and the way they learn is key!
(AITSL, 2011; EDP3333, 2013; O'Meara, 2010; Tomlinson, 2001)
My personal philosophy now includes aspects of behaviourism (Ozmon & Craver, 2008) and social reconstruction.
Overlaps include neuroeducation (Sousa, 2011) - the amalgamation of the "Big Three" theories (EDP3333, 2013).

Ethics, dialogue and a strong social emphasis

John Dewey (1916) - Founder of modern educational philosophy.
Albert Bandura (1977) - Social learning theory.
Nel Noddings (2002) - Care [social and emotional wellbeing and learning] (ACARA, 2013)
Matthew Lipman (2003) - Critical thinking theory [reflection, analysis]
Henry Giroux (Gutek, 2001; Johnson & Reed, 2008) - Border pedagogy [marginalised groups], Parker Palmer (1998) - Paradoxical pedagogy [self-actualisation]
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