Transforming School from the Inside Out. Claudia Urrea MIT – Media Lab. Goals Approach Theoretical Principles Model for Change from Inside-Out Valuating Change Where we are What we are doing next. Content. Goals.
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MIT – Media Lab
The idea is to launch pilot programs on the following identified key points of action: learning environment transformation, integration and transition, continuous development, and support and follow-up in order to facilitate a holistic change.
The proposed strategy is to bring change from the inside out by collaborating with several teachers within a particular school (s) in order to design and implement fundamentally different learning environments that have the potential of infusing new meaning to the school as a whole.
Participatory action research (PAR)
involves a new definition of the
learning culture, learning time, learning tools and space
Integration and transition
increase the level of participation and involvement by
working defining and working on
what we are going to change, how we can change it,
face the real change and planning the future change
collaborating with others to strengthen the
school itself, the family and the community
Support and Follow up
Creating and putting in place support
mechanisms for participating teachersModel for Change from Inside-Out
Education for Peace Project
The general goal of the project is to empower low-income communities in Colombia to both generate and use knowledge that is relevant to its basic needs by developing its local capacity to use information and communication technologies in a creative way. Therefore they can construct and improvement their quality of life.