Fra undervisningsplikt til “undrevisning”
Framtidens skole og høyere utdanning setter fokus på kritisk tenkning og refleksjon, dybdelæring, og tverrfaglig samarbeid. Fagfornyelesen gjelder både elever, og lærere.
Vi er her for LÆRERE OG UNDERVISERE. Intet mindre, men veldig stort.
Vi øver på, og setter i system, metodene som trengs for de nye læreplaner og for kvalitet i høyere utdanning: prosjektarbeid, underveisvurderingsformer, refleksjon, og aktiv deltakelse.Vi hjelper deg til å inspirere, fasilitere og designe læringsrom der kreativiteten blomstrer. Vi hjelper deg til å bygge endringsagenter, og gi studententer og elever ferdigheter for en ukjent og kompleks framtid.
Kom i gang “undrevisning” .
Working on a science fiction movie about the impact of robots and artificial intelligence on humanity, my co-working space colleague Finn E. Bugge asked a daunting question:
“If there is one thing that you could do to change the educational system and future-proof your students, what would that be “
Energy. Liberty. Support. Trust. Emotion. Help. Cohesion. Personal development. Enrichment. Friendship. Experience. Communion. Satisfaction. Curiosity. Communication. Critical spirit. Magic.
The circle that Mihaela, our trainer, draws on the board soon becomes too small to encompass all the words that are coming from the teachers to describe the three day workshop they have been attending. It was a workshop where every participant was able to take away a new look at what it means to teach in the 21st century
How familiar does this sound: deliver - write - echo?
Each year, we’re adopting new tech tools to our classrooms. But are we spending an adequate amount of time checking out their quality? Probably not. And why sweat it? What would be the impact of not spending enough time on the learning theory or intended use of the tool?
Hvordan ser framtidens skole ut? Trenger vi egentlig å lagre kunnskap i hodene våre når all verdens kunnskap er noen tastetrykk unna? Og hva skal læreren drive med?
Freedom under responsibility is one of the most important principles governing the Norwegian society. The idea is good: you are free to choose your methods of working, you gradually learn to take more and more responsibility, and as you do, your degree of accountability for your actions also increases. Businesses thrive on this, and the flat hierarchy in the Norwegian working culture pays tribute to applying this principle.
Many educators support by now the notion of student-directed learning , where teaching is no longer about the teacher lecturing and the students absorbing information. We’re highly aware of the benefits from cross-curricular studies, blending science and math, for example, or incorporating music into a literature class. Thus, begging the question: Why is it still so often we rely on the same traditional model - where we separate subjects and lessons plans- to effectively teach?
This past April, the Newschool team participated in and helped facilitate a three-day Design Thinking Workshop at the University of Western Macedonia in Florina, Greece. Other participants were teachers from across Europe: Spain, Portugal, Greece, Belgium, and Norway.By providing a way to solve problems, Design Thinking is the nexus between learning, feeling and making. The ability to create and innovate is inside of any person willing to search, question and envision the future.