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  1. Welcome to Knowledge-Building Teacher Network

  2. Knowledge building Students engaging in inquiry in knowledge-building communities for 21st century learning supported by technology -Addresses goals of educational reforms Teacher Professional Development Network (community) A group of EMB (Ministry) seconded teachers working together mentoring new teachers on using knowledge building, supported with knowledge building theory, pedagogy& technology --To sustain and to scale up innovations & good practice in schools What is the “Knowledge Building Teacher Professional Development Network” (KBTN)?

  3. Empowering communities and transforming learning through technology Knowledge building communities – contribution and added value to community mediated by progressive inquiry and discourse - analogous to scientific communities Learning for 21st century – three metaphors of learning (acquisition, acculturation & knowledge creation) Technology - Knowledge Forum with suite of assessment tools and data mining • Different aspects are intersecting and intertwined

  4. Heading Into Deep Water

  5. Overview • What is knowledge building? • What about Knowledge Forum 4.7? • How to conduct curriculum Innovation in School? • How to plan your curriculum for Knowledge Building?

  6. Some Benefits of knowledge building • Literacy • Argumentation, Metacognition, questions, explanation, theories • Dialogical thinking .. Working with others • Values

  7. What is the difference between knowledge building and online learning? Big blackboard? Big File?

  8. Creation and improvement of ideas and knowledge collectively • Communities of learners…scientists

  9. Knowledge Building Principles 1) Agency (Self-learning, inquiry) 2) Community Knowledge (Collaborative learning) 3) Rise Above (Deepening) 4) Improvable Ideas (Sustained efforts) 5) Reflective assessment

  10. Curriculum Design – Principles

  11. Principles & Curriculum Design for KB (1) Component 1 – How to develop collaborative culture in classroom Agency/Community Knowledge • Students working with each other • Putting out ideas to public for improvement- group work, inquiry-based learning, jig-saw, knowledge-building ‘walls’etc

  12. Principles & Curriculum Design for KB (2) Component 2 – How to Start collaborative Inquiry Using Knowledge Forum Epistemic Agency….Community Knowledge • Design and integrate curriculum with knowledge-building - Big ideas…Key problems…Inquiry-based…information search • Scaffolds • Design of views; Student grouping • Other questions - Should I set a question; how to set a question? how to encourage students to contribute…

  13. Theory Building I need to understand My theory New Information A better theory This theory cannot explain Putting our knowledge together Argumentation My standpoint Reason Elaboration Evidence Examples Interpretation Rebuttal Synthesis Scaffolds (thinking prompts)

  14. Scaffolds for • New Learning/Conceptual Change ? • English Language? • Project Learning?

  15. Teacher’s Instructions in each discussion view

  16. Design for Knowledge Building (3) Component Three – How to deepen discussion? Rise Above • KB Talk - Integrate knowledge building with class activity (e.g., discuss KF work in class; class activity in KF) • Knowledge Management • View maintenance • Students as experts • Rise above…. Summary notes.. New views etc. • Focus on progress and idea improvement

  17. Debate on Shifting Cultivation

  18. View’s under student’s maintenance

  19. Design for knowledge building (4) Component Four – How to Assess Student’s Understanding? Reflective Assessment • Using Assessment to scaffold and foster knowledge building • Tools (Applets, journals, rubrics, portfolio etc.) Individual to Collective How to teach well without teaching? How to assess well without over-assessing?

  20. Designing a Curriculum Unit • Collaborative learning • Inquiry • Use of scaffolds • KF function • Deepening discourse • Continuous Assessment

  21. Portfolio Instructions posed by teacher