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INTENTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE 21CC FRAMEWORK (VSE21CC) THROUGH CLUBS & SOCIETIES (C&S) CCA. Presenters: Teo Kok Hong Rachel Lee Audrey Lim CCA OFFICE, STUDENT DEVELOPMENT CURRICULUM DIVISION. OBJECTIVES. Part 1 Understanding CPA of 21CC (from CCA perspective) Part 2
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Teo Kok Hong
Understanding CPA of 21CC (from CCA perspective)
Experience, understand and apply facilitation techniques that develop 21CC through CCA
Why do you think CCAs are important?
Pick a picture that BEST represents this.
Be ready to explain why.
Intentional designof activities to create opportunities for Demonstration and Development of 21CC
Make students’ learning of 21CCVisible
Allow teachers to observe and give Feedback
V – making learning Visible
F – observing and giving Feedback
Picture from google
FormativeAssessment through observation and provision of clear qualitative feedback for improvement
Making the learning of 21CC visible.
What does 21CC look like in my CCA?
(1) Seeking Views
(2) Reflection & Evaluation
or Selecting pictures which will be featured in the photography exhibition(Photography Club)
Memory Test and Quality Check
Blank card that provides alternatives / options gives room for flexibility / improvisationACTIVE REVIEWING CYCLE (ARC)
Involves telling/ bringing out the stories
Involves turning experience into learning (Spades);
and then turning learning into future choices, actions/questions (Clubs).
If techniques is used in the order of Facts, Feelings, Findings and Futures, there is a systematic and progressive guide to stimulate the thought process during review.
The extent of effectiveness of this technique depends on the questions crafted.
The ARC can be used in conjunction with other facilitation techniques.
Facilitation techniques are the means to an end, not an end in themselves.
How can I be more intentional about developing 21CC in students
by using appropriate facilitation techniques?
Will be uploaded
http://cchb.opal.moe.edu.sg/ Chapter 3