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Designing the New Secondary Schools Bob Pearlman [email protected] com http: //www. bobpearlman. org Ashfield Girls’ School Belfast November 17, 2003
Designing the New Secondary Schools Who is Bob Pearlman? “Bob Pearlman taught me how to use my first personal computer” (1981) -- Alan November
Designing the New Secondary Schools Who is Bob Pearlman? … • Teacher of High School Mathematics and Computers, 1969 -88 • Coordinator of Educational Reform Initiatives, Boston Teachers Union, 1987 to 1996 • National Consultant on Educational Technology, American Federation of Teachers, 1988 -91 (Dade County, St. Paul Saturn School) • Associate Director, Co-NECT School New American School Design, 1992 -93
Designing the New Secondary Schools …and why is he talking about 21 st century learning and the design of new secondary schools? • “New School Travel Agent”, 1990 -94 • President, Autodesk Foundation, 1996 -2000 • Director of Education & Workforce Development, Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network, 2000 -2001 • Director of Strategic Planning, New Technology Foundation (Napa, CA)
Designing the New Secondary Schools New Technology High School Napa, California http: //www. newtechhigh. org/
Designing the New Secondary Schools Ashland High School, 1964 -- ? ? ? 1964 – School opens Late 60’s -- addition 1997 – Add Grade 7 & 15 classrooms Where were you in 1964?
Designing the New Secondary Schools Design Criteria Will schools of the 21 st Century require learning environments different from today? Is building a school like buying a house? Who will tell the architects what we want?
Designing the New Secondary Schools for the 21 st Century: Are You Ready? By Prakash Nair There are 15 trends happening in the field of education and related educational technology. Many of them have direct facility ramifications. Use them as a checklist to see how many of these trends your school facility is designed to accommodate. 1. Ubiquitous Computing: 2. Wireless Networking and Robust Internet Access: 3. Technology-intensive Teaching and Learning: 4. Emphasis on Informal Learning: 5. De-emphasis of Classroom: 6. Food Court vs. Cafeteria: 7. Shared Common Areas: Prakash Nair is President. Elect of UEF-21, Urban Educational Facilities for the 21 st Century 8. Imaginative Furniture Design: 9. Team-teaching, Non-Chronological Grouping and Inter-disciplinary Curriculums: 10. Emphasis on Service Learning: 11. Students Creating Products for Business: 12. Computer Labs Replaced by Distance Learning Electronic Studios: 13. More hi-tech Production Facilities: 14. Parent and Community Education Programs in Schools: 15. New Learning Partnerships with Other Schools and Universities:
Designing the New Secondary Schools Design Criteria Kids Needs: • Safe • Respect • Personal • Interests • Experience • Real World • Workspace • Tools • Personalization • Common Learning Goals Design Principles • Adult World Immersion • Performance-Based Student Work & Assessment Program, Facility, Transitions, Exhibitions, Advisories, Technology, Projects, Portfolios, Internships, Size and Teams Design Elements
Designing the New Secondary Schools Options for new school buildings Traditional Modified Innovative Radical Not so different Different Very Different
Designing the New Secondary Schools Penncrest High School, Media, PA • 9 th grade house • Flexibility to adapt to departmental or team structure • Flexibile classrooms that can be adapted to different instructional uses • Community Center • Capacity 1600
Designing the New Secondary Schools Walled Lake Central High School, MI • Academic Center and 3 “small communities” (2 stories) • Team-based interactive and hands-on learning • Central Avenue • Community Center, theatre
Designing the New Secondary Schools Secondary School at Seng. Kang, Singapore Classroom Clusters (indicated) • 1260 students • Clusters of 4 Classrooms and 2 Project Rooms • Information Technology (IT) and creativity • Group learning & participative learning • School as Community Center
Designing the New Secondary Schools Edmonds-Woodway High School, Edmonds, WA • Shared classrooms to accommodate team teaching and integrated learning activities • Small group learning spaces for projects, tutoring, counseling, conferences • Village of clusters and neighborhoods of 150 -200 students and 7 -8 teachers (capacity 1600) • Clusters of 4 classrooms, 2 labs, shared teacher prep space, conference room, and “flex area” • Community Partnerships
Designing the New Secondary Schools Accelerated Learning Laboratory (A. L. L. ), Worcester (MA) • Co-nect school • K-12, 537 students • Project-based learning • Technology • Integrated Curriculum
Designing the New Secondary Schools • Constructivist Learning • Block Schedule • Professional Community • Professional Development Center • The Learning Center • Project Rooms in every wing • Open public ceremonial space
Designing the New Secondary Schools What are the most essentials questions re 21 st century learning and the design of new secondary schools?
Designing the New Secondary Schools
Designing the New Secondary Schools 2020 Visiting Team You and your table mates are members of an Visiting Team making an accreditation visit to Ashfield Girls School in the year 2020. What are three most essential questions you will ask on the visit? Jot down your most essential question, then dialogue with your table mates and agree on the three most essential questions.