CoNetCom: Cooperative learning networks for competence management @ school

The project is a school development project. The overall aim of the project is to enhance the potential of a school as a ‘learning organisation’ and to increase the number of ‘change agents’ in the school.
‘Good practices’ of co-operative learning techniques, which can be used at school during consultation meetings of collegial teaching and non-teaching teams, task forces and ad hoc decision-making groups will be demonstrated and/or experienced hands-on.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

PROJECT MEETING in Madrid, Spain from Nov 12 till Nov 16th 2009

-> PARTICIPANTS AND FORMAL PROGRAMME



-> STRUCTURAL COOPERATIVE LEARNING TECHNIQUES: DESCRIPTION

1. Find someone who

2. Rally table

3. Pairs Compare

4. On Tour/Poster Carousel

5. Carousel Feedback

6. Line-Up

7. Academic Controversy

-> STRUCTURAL COOPERATIVE LEARNING TECHNIQUES: WORKSHEETS for concrete project activities during the meeting

1. Introduction of the participants: Find someone who: chart

2. Processing information:




2.1. T-chart: Info about the Cooperative school (prep reading text)

2.2. Pairs Compare: blank template

2.3. SWOT-analysis: Info about the Italian cooperative learning experience

3. Presenting information/outcomes:

3.1. Cooperative learning slogan:

- Belgium



- Finland



- Italy



- Latvia



- Norway + Turkey




3.2. Cooperative learning - conceptualization:

- group 1 - group 2 - group 3 - group 4

3.3. Project development in the schools: T-chart

4. PROJECT DEVELOPMENT IN THE PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS: MONITORING

4.1. Application form: objectives - activity planning - active involvement of staff

4.2. Support documents for evaluation - Source: MICE-T:

- School policy

- Whole school involvement

- Project visibility and products

4.3. Project development in the participating schools: state of affairs

- Belgium: overview of initiatives for embedding the project in the school
- concrete example of using SCL on staff level - photos of this 'staff' learning experience



- Finland Järvenpää - Finland Valkeakoski - Italy -

Latvia - Norway - Spain - Turkey

5. CONCRETE PLANS FOR STRUCTURAL COOPERATIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCES

5.1. Coordinating school Belgium: DRAFT Pedagogical staff training day: aims and content / SCL-procedures

5.2. partnerschools: Finland Järvenpää - Finland Valkeakoski - Italy - Latvia - Norway - Spain - Turkey

6. EVALUATION OF THE PROJECT MEETING
6.1. Method Bullseye: (blank template) - activities on Friday




6.2. Learning story: T-chart - Belgium - Finland Järvenpää - Finland Valkeakoski - Italy - Latvia - Norway - Spain - Turkey

1 comment:

  1. This looks nice and now I hope things are working.

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