#15 現象為本與立體式學習 – 陳玟樺老師 (Phenomenon-based and Pop-ups Learning)

陳玟樺老師是臺灣師範大學課程與教學所博士, 也曾是新北市清水高中數學教師。 大家最熟知玟樺老師的作品就是《我在芬蘭中小學做研究的日子:芬蘭中小學教育現場課室親身觀摩365日》,這本書揭示玟樺老師親身在芬蘭的課堂觀摩經驗,芬蘭的新課綱目標、七大橫向能力、客製化的「一生一課表」等,為台灣現今推行新課綱提供借鑑。

玟樺老師的研究也受到許多肯定。她的博士論文「立體學習地景——芬蘭赫爾辛基一間學校的現象為本學習」,榮獲 108學年度賈馥茗教授教育基金會博士學位論文優良獎、108學年度田培林教授博士學位論文優良獎,是年度唯一雙料冠軍!

這集非常開心能與玟樺老師對談,讓聽眾進一步了解現象為本的學習和立體學習。

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本集大綱 Show Notes:

  • [01:45] 什麼現象為本學習?
  • [02:56] 芬蘭結合現象為本學習的例子。
  • [07:44] 與專題式學習 (Project-based learning) 異同處。
  • [09:23] 真實世界的案例或現象的結合的好處和實踐上的困難。
  • [12:28] 反思是學習的重要環節,常常也是真正學習的開始。書中提到的例子是,在現象為本的學習中,芬蘭老師問學生:你跨領域學習了嗎? 以引導學生思考。想問在您的觀察,芬蘭老師問學生的問題或方式有什麼不一樣之處?或甚至現象為本的學習有什麼不凡於一般的引領問法?
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  • [16:57] 什麼是立體學習 (Pop-ups learning ),和老師創造這名詞的靈感。
  • [22:59] 學生享受這學習過程的例子。
  • [31:23] 台灣老師可以如何發展或培養立體學習?
  • [34:30] 老師曾經是高中數學教師,您經過這段精彩的研究歷程後,如果現在您再回去教您的高中數學,您會有什麼改變?或是您會有哪些建議對當時的您說?
  • [39:35] 結語

回顧我們的教學 Reflections:

  • 宏觀上來看,您希望您的學生在這階段需要學到的技能是什麼? 除了學術基礎之外,您有其他的教學主軸嗎?
  • 您如何引導孩子結合跨領域的知識?

改變的一小步 What can you do tomorrow:

  • 選擇一個現象,例如COVID-19或氣候變遷,結合在您的教學主題中,讓學生討論貼近他們生活的問題。
  • 保留時間讓學生有探索解決方式的空間,取代傳統教師直接講述過程。

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#14 Create a Student-Centered and Stimulating Math Class with Maarit Rossi (如何打造學生為中心的教室)

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Maarit Rossi was a Finnish Math teacher and principal.  She is one of the top 10 finalists in Global Teacher Prize 2016.  Maarit is driven to prove that math is not boring but stimulating and meaningful; Her students often learn outside the classroom by taking unconventional approaches to real-life problems.

She has authored nine Math text books, several pedagogic articles and publications.

Besides lecturing and training teachers around the world,  she is also the CEO of Paths to Math. “Paths to Math” is an e-Learning Math material that helps teachers to build an innovative, challenging and student centered learning environment for the grades 6 to 9. 

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  • [1:37] What is the difference between these two Math class drawings? One is you first took over their math class and  the other one is after 3 years you taught them. What is the reason or motivation behind that you want them to  draw a math class?
  • [5:07] What do you think the key components for building a student-centered learning environment?
  • [8:20] An example how Maarit guides students to discuss and talk in the classroom. 
  • [12:30] Social interaction is important for more active learning. Any tips you would give teachers to facilitate social learning?
  • [14:35] When you were teaching, how do you find the ideas from real world that you can incorporate in your math class? 
  • [17:50] How should assessment change?
  • [21:32] How did you see a student’s learning progression in their portfolio and 1-1 conversation?
  • [24:00] Now it is Covid-19 , how can teachers make math interesting and engaging in distance learning?
  • [27:40] What drove you to build this Path to Math?
  • [30:54] Examples about how a teacher can plan their personalized learning course with Path to Math
  • [33:33] Any books that changed your thinking a lot in the past few years
  • [36:28] For a baby teacher, what is the one piece of advice you would give to them?
  • [37:34] Parting thoughts

Reflection

  • Any real life examples you can think of to incorporate in your class like waste management? (In math class, ask student to calculate their waste daily. )
  • Any activities you did in the class that made your students to move and talk.

What can you do tomorrow

  • Ask your students to draw the subject class you teach in to learn how they think of the class. Is it engaging?
  • If your student has learning profolio, have a 1-1 conversation with them to understand their learning deeper. For example, we can ask students what is the project they enjoyed the most and why.

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#13 張淑瑜老師:解開教育科技與數位學習的迷思- Elucidate Integrating Edtech in the Classroom.

張淑瑜老師是中崙高中老師,曾榮獲臺北市 「百大菁英資訊科技應用 人才教育獎」、「2019年蘋果傑出教育工作者」及「Google教育家認證」。淑瑜老師也是台北酷課雲網路教室講師之一,台北酷課雲是一個數位學習平台。主張以學生為中心的學習。 由於在數位教學的經驗豐富,淑瑜老師常受邀於教師進修工作访中,教導如何融合科技於教學上。本集淑瑜老師與我們分享她如何結合教育科技於地理學科和破除數位學習的迷思。

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#12 Rebecca Chambers: Unlearning Journey and Social Change Makers

Rebecca Chambers is a  high school teacher in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Her goal as a teacher was to make a classroom a place where students could feel good about who they were, gain self-confidence and to know that she cared about them.  She also wanted to make it a place where students were engaged and could get out of their seats to learn the material.

She is the founder of RISE Academy, an online community connected school for the next generation of social change-makers. To learn more about Rebecca teaching philosophy, check out the CBC article done on her classroom in May 2018 How an Ottawa teacher is helping students unlearn learning.

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#11 Dr. Jennifer Pieratt: Demystify Project Based Learning and Beyond

Project-based learning (aka. PBL)  is a pedagogy in which students learn by actively engaging in real-world and personally meaningful projects.

And in this episode, we are lucky to have Dr. Jennifer Pieratt to give us a deep dive into it.

Dr. Jennifer Pieratt holds a PhD in Educational Philosophy, with an emphasis in Project Based Learning. She is an accomplished author and sought-after speaker on the topic of PBL. Previously Jenny was a classroom teacher at High Tech High, an organization that operates sixteen schools in San Diego County. She is also a former School Development Coach for New Tech Network and National Faculty at Buck Institute for Education.  

Jenny now is the founder of CraftedEd and is doing tons of coaching and consulting to administrators and teachers across the US and abroad.  You can learn more about her approach to PBL in her award-nominated books:  Keep it Real with PBL (elementary + secondary) 

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#10 黃雯雯博士訪談:教師與家長如何合作,達成最後的雙贏。(2/2) Dr. Wendy Huang: how teachers collaborate with parents to reach win-win situation.

這集是我與黃雯雯博士下半部的訪談,如果您尚未聽取上半集,歡迎到 #9 黃雯雯博士訪談:教師與家長如何合作,達成最後的雙贏。(1/2) 聆聽。

在上半集中,黃博士與我們分享如何找到與家長之間的界線和與家長合作的實質技巧。這集我們將聽到更多拉近與家長距離和建立學生自信心的撇步。

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Show Notes 本集大綱:

  • [1:08] 您在您的書籍,youtube平台或是臉書都分享需多資訊,幫助家長了解孩子的成長教育。所以想請問雯雯博士您覺得現在台灣學校或是老師,應該要如何關心家長或是提供正確的資訊?
  • [12:16] 如果家長對孩子教育的參與度不高,或是無法有高參與,這時老師可以如何幫助孩子學習或是與家長合作。
  • [24:58] 我們現在已經談了許多,想請問雯雯博士有什麼重要撇步,您覺得如果學校或老師,甚至家長,如果可以掌握住的話,能夠造就雙贏的情形。
  • [36:30] 除了雯雯博士您本身的書籍,有最常推薦其他教育學者的書籍?讓他們對教育有不同的啟發。
  • [41:44] 在結束前,雯雯博士還有什麼想要向觀眾分享的想法   您的活動嗎?

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#9 黃雯雯博士訪談:教師與家長如何合作,達成最後的雙贏。(1/2) Dr. Wendy Huang: how teachers collaborate with parents to reach win-win situation.

這集的來賓是黃雯雯博士,黃博士曾在美國加州州立大學分校研究所中,  培育新進教師, 藉著有效且研究證實的方法,讓新進教師了解如何幫助學生面對學習困境與重拾自信心。

擔任教職已經二十多年的黃博士,深諳班級經營與學生輔導工作,熟知如何建立學生和家長、家長和學校之間的橋樑。

黃博士也是三本書的作家:「十堂課變乖小孩」, 「變色龍教育」和有聲書:「從青春風暴走入青春風采」,這些著作汲取黃博士二十多年教學生涯當中,遇到的教學案例、如何與家長合作和引領孩子, 達到最後的雙贏。

近年來,黃博士在臺灣、馬來西亞、歐洲和中國大陸舉辦多場教育座談 ,希望能把自己對教育多年的理想和經驗,抽絲剝繭地分享給家長和教師。

由於此次訪談內容豐富,我們將會把總訪談分為兩集,讓聽眾能細細咀嚼黃博士的精彩分享。

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Show Notes 本集大綱:

  • [3:40] 雯雯博士不僅培訓老師,也教導家長。想必雯雯博士思考過許多親子與學校教育。  想請問雯雯博士覺得拉近與家長距離的第一步是什麼?
  • [7:54] 如何與家長如何有效面對溝通。
  • [14:20] 不知道雯雯博士您本身有碰到教導比較特殊孩子的情形嗎?在這情形下,您本身是如何與家長合作。
  • [20:45] 如何寫學生個人化報告讓家長了解小孩情形。
  • [27:42] 如何記錄孩子行為和取決報告事項。
  • [32:22] 家長與孩子間的衝突,您覺得老師可以扮演怎樣的角色去化解緊張關係。

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#8 沙寶鳳老師: 焦點討論法領導學生和師生互動技巧 (ORID discussion method and teacher-student interaction tips )

沙寶鳳老師是台南市永康國中的地理科老師,也是學思達講師之一,學思達是由張輝誠老師推動的教學法,主張培養學生自學、思考、表達之能力,改變「填鴨教育」和「小考文化」。沙沙老師以學思達理念為基礎,主辦了許多教師研習工作坊。這一集老師與我們分享如何結合ORID(焦點討論法)於課堂中,和老師班級經營技巧。

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[1:07] 我們知道沙沙是學思達講師之一。想請問當初沙沙老師如何接觸學思達?且為什麼您當初覺得學思達是教師可以採用的方法?
[4:07] 如何把焦點討論法結合在教學上
[10:57] 有什麼現象或是觀察您發現ORID不僅幫助您教學且學生有更深層了解?或是一個讓您最印象深刻學生轉變的故事
[15:10] 老師也分享許多彈性課程設計在學思達平台。我覺得設計都非常有趣且貼近時事,像是有用神隱少女去帶出家庭生活或是肉圓家暴事件去討論公民法治。好奇老師在設計彈性課程的時候,您是如何選擇題材和教學目的。
[18:52] 在我自己的觀察中,我發現沙沙老師與學生關係很好。想請問您班級經營是利用怎樣的態度和方式去拉近您與學生的距離?
[22:01] 有哪些時刻或故事,您發現與學生的關係和以前不一樣。
[25:17] 最常推薦給其他老師的書籍
[27:39] 對於一個正在做教師培訓的準老師,您有什麼建議會給他們?


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#7 司南老師四到六集訪談摘要(中文版)Episode 4 – 6 summary in Chinese

今天這集摘要四到六級的英文訪談。讓更多中文聽眾能了解這些老師的想法。

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[0:23] Nicole Plante 採訪摘要。 相關採訪
[1:26] Barbie Magoffin 採訪摘要。 相關採訪
[3:02] Elizabeth Peterson 採訪摘要。 相關採訪

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#6 Elizabeth Peterson – Social Emotional Artistic Learning, Art in Distance Learning and Teacher Self Care

Elizabeth Peterson is an arts integration experts. She founded The Inspired Classroom which provides inspiration to other educators for art integration through informative articles, workshops and professional development opportunities.

She’s also the author of two books, Inspired by Listening and Studio Days. Inspired by Listening is a teacher resource book that includes method of music integration she has developed and implemented into her own classroom. And Studio Days is filled with information and Common Core aligned lesson plans for bringing creativity into the classroom. Elizabeth prides herself in teaching workshops and courses on the integration of the arts into the curriculum and is the host of the annual Summer and Winter Teacher Art Retreats.

She believes there’s a love of acting integrating learning in all children and from their enthusiasm, teachers can shape great opportunities to learn.

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  • 01:44. How music and art come to your life and how does it influence the way you see this world ?
  • 04:25. Could you tell us why your district started to see the need in our social emotional learning and what do you think it was seen as important now but not like fifty years ago ?
  • 07:15 Could you give us some examples about how to nurture CASEL’s SEL competencies through arts? Especially social awareness and responsible decision making.
  • 12:11. What questions that you will usually ask in the examples you mentioned about the hands drawing or listening to music to make them to be aware other people’s opinion and respect others perspectives for things ?
  • 13:48. Do you have a story that you see a student’s transformation in your SEAL classroom and really touches your hearts the most ? Or the moments that you know it is working.
  • 15:50. What would you usually do for the kids that they can take more actions. Like you said if they have a tough relationship with their parents, what kind of other things they can do to make their relationships better
  • 18:13. If a teacher who doesn’t know much about art but still wants to try SEAL. Any actionable advice that you give to them for a head start.
  • 20:01. Let’s say even math teacher tries to cram their students for the upcoming tests but still want to use a without allocating too much time. Is there any other ways they can incorporate SEAL into their classroom?
  • 22:55. Can you give an example in your class in the classroom that you use really little time to integrate art with other subjects?
  • 25:06. How a teacher can use SEAL in this setting even with some online tools that you would suggest.
  • 32:22. Is there any books that influenced you a lot in teaching ?
  • 34:48. When you were a baby teacher what is the worst advice you have ever received?
  • 37:32 Parting thoughts.

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