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  1. Leading Program Innovation Through IE 30-9-2005 NCE Past Students' Association School

  2. Background • attend theInternational Alliance for • Invitational Education Conference in • Oct 2004 • review the school year plan • carry out curriculum innovation • plan for reflection

  3. 啟發潛能教育 Invitational Education People 人物 Program Respect 地方 Trust Place 計劃 student Optimism Intentionality 過程 政策 Process Policy

  4. Traditional Curriculum (Tyler’s Model) Close system Prescriptive Behaviorism 21st Century Curriculum (Postmodern Curriculum) Open system Transformative Constructivism Curriculum Perspectives

  5. Traditional Curriculum (Tyler’s Model) Transmission of knowledge Emphasis on knowledge Compartmental 21st Century Curriculum (Postmodern Curriculum) Construction of knowledge Emphasis on HOTS Relational Curriculum Perspectives

  6. Goals • develop higher order thinking skills • authentic and life-long learning • develop students’ potential, especially • aesthetic talents. • stimulate analytical thinking and • imaginative interpretation • continuous improvement

  7. A Dynamic Learning Approach... Artful Learning Model

  8. Artful Learning Sequence Artful Learning Model

  9. Experience Looks like: listening, viewing, moving, discussion writing about… Inquire Looks like: reading, interviewing, experimenting, questioning…

  10. Create Looks like: brainstorming, shaping, presenting, informing, building… Reflect Looks like: mapping, responding, reviewing, analyzing…

  11. Why the Arts? Understand and Communicate Work collaboratively Higher order thinking skill Creative problem- solving

  12. Training on Bernstein Learning Model September, 2005 by Dr. Benjamin Artful Learning (The Classroom Components) Artful Learning (The School Components) & Invitational Leadership

  13. Bernstein Training Dr. Benjamin Engagement – Arts-based Skills and Strategies concept, significant question, focus, masterwork…

  14. Strategies • Integrating the arts into the academic curriculum. • Design experiences that are tied to the unique needs, interests, and abilities of students.

  15. Classroom practice Integrating music into Mathematics • Learning goals: • Understand the application of Mathematics into music theory • Examine real-world applications of fundamental concepts and ideas (such as fractions , proportion) • Apply reasoning and problem-solving abilities in new ways

  16. Arts Education in NCE

  17. Music Corner

  18. Achievements • 1. Students participate actively in the music training • courses. • Students’ aesthetic talents are strengthened. • 3. Students’ self image is enhanced. • Parents appreciate the programs. • Students enjoy the effort and the process of discovery. • Students reflect thoughtfully on what they already • know. • 7. A better understanding of the Integration of the • Curriculum by our teachers.

  19. Academic achievements

  20. Academic achievements

  21. Reflection Improve academic achievement Students Develop students’potential Professional development Life-long learning

  22. THE END NCE Past Students’ Association School