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 美国STEAM教育走进

  

 

 

“Teaching science should be much more than the rote memorization of theories, formulas, and vocabulary.
It should be an education in problem-solving and collaboration.
------Harvard Graduate School of Education

 

 

 

4月22日,北大附属实验学校迎来了一批“特别”的客人。她们是风靡美国教育界的STEAM教育团队。

STEAM教育是科学(Science)、技术(Technology)、工程(Engineering )、艺术(Art)、数学(Mathematics)的缩写,是目前国际上一种新的综合学科背景下的教育思潮。它倡导将各个领域的知识通过综合的课程结合起来,加强学科间的相互配合,发挥综合育人功能,让学生在综合的环境中学习,在项目活动中应用多个学科的知识解决问题。

 

22日下午,创新教育专家Gigi Carunungan老师为六年级的同学亲自示范了一堂精彩的引导课,课堂中Gigi通过询问日常事物引导学生敏锐观察,从易到难步步引导孩子独立思考。课堂上Gigi启迪孩子主动思考、打破固定思维、可谓趣味横生,让人耳目一新。




老师首先询问学生们是否相信“地球是平面的?”,大家纷纷表示不!同!意!大家坚定地回答地球是圆形的!”。

接着,课堂中播放了这段视频,当再次询问同样一个问题,有部分孩子开始疑惑“地球真的是扁平的吗?

因为在我们传统的课堂里,老师象征着权威,学生们通常习惯于默认老师说的一定全都是对的。而教育中真正最核心的探索、质疑、独立思考能力却往往被我们忽略了。

课堂中Gigi老师通过询问日常事物引导学生敏锐观察,由易到难步步引导学生独立思考。学生们踊跃参与,大家在课堂上展开了“人类和电脑谁更聪明”的激烈辩论。

 

Gigi老师在北大附属实验学校的这节示范课给我们诸多启发:我们更应该多引导学生们主动思考,多问为什么,自己去寻找、探索并获得答案。不要人云亦云或迷信权威,这样的课堂才能够让大家从盲目跟随走向批判思维,进而创新、创造。

 

结束精彩的学生互动后,Gigi老师与北大附属实验学校的老师们进行了创新教育的研讨分享会议,教师们对新的教学方法兴趣浓厚,并积极探讨如何将创新教育方法应用在科学、语文、数学等其他科目的方式。 

北大附属实验学校徐二会校长在充分了解STEAM教育的授课体系和核心理念之后,表示很有兴趣继续加强双方合作。作为一名资深教育专家和教育改革的力行者,他认为当下中国的孩子最缺少的就是创新精神和创意,而“美国精神”的核心就是创新。在创新时代已经到来的背景下,我们的学校、教师要改变传统的教学习惯,利用世界先进的教育理念和创新精神培养一批充满激情与创造力的能够适应当下和未来世界需要的真正的人才,要努力开启中国的“创客”时代。

来自美国硅谷的创新课堂􀀂

探索式学习 ——

交互式“玩与学”的App课堂,通过游戏式互动实验探索并收获知识,唤醒好

奇心,由被动学习转向主动学习。

创造力思维 ——

重构创新思维模式,趣味课堂诱发孩子无限想象,动手实践并解决真实世界的

问题。

硅谷创新课堂 ——

来自美国硅谷的教育家、科学家与中国STEAM教育先行者共同参与,打造基于

硅谷创新教育理念的未来课堂。

教育专家团

Gigi Carunungan, co-Founder and Chief Learning Architect.

Learning is life in action and mind in construction. If learning is frustrating, then students will not be motivated and resist learning.If the experience is fulfilling, then students will be excited to learn and grow passions towards their future careers.In the past ten years I have been involved in founding and growing three progressive schools in the Bay Area—Synapse School, Imagination School, and Spark Charter. The successes of these schools inspired the founding of Young Outliers.

Through these next generation learning environments, students have been transformed from passive, bored, and apathetic students to enthusiastic learners. They discover multiple ways of learning and experience daily fulfillment and enjoyment in how and what they learn. More importantly, these children have grown to value education because they witness the connections made to their everyday lives and how they have the daily opportunity to contribute in making a better world.

I designed the Helical Model, a learning framework, inspired by a course for K-12 teachers, which I taught at the Digital Media Academy at Stanford. Influenced by neuroscience and how humans learn, the model provides teachers with a learning design that intuitively and creatively engages students in active learning, deeper understanding, and in cultivating their passions. My experiences as multimedia and education entrepreneur, theater artist, and digital media in learning connect with theories of connecting with learning styles, multiple intelligences, and Constructivist philosophy.

Barry Katz Board of Advisers

Barry Katz was educated at McGill University in Montréal, the London School of Economics, and holds a doctorate from the University of California at Santa Cruz. He is Professor of Design at California College of the Arts and Consulting Professor in the Design Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering, at Stanford University. Outside of academia he is a fellow at IDEO, Silicon Valley’s leading design and innovation consultancy, and at the i-School, University of Tokyo. He consults widely to companies, organizations, and governments.

Dr. Katz' training is in cultural theory and the history of technology, and his earlier works included Herbert Marcuse and the Art of Liberation (Verso), Foreign Intelligence: Research and Analysis in the Office of Strategic Services, 1942–1945 (Harvard University Press), and Technology and Culture: A Historical Romance (Stanford). His more recent research explores themes in the history and theory of design, including Change By Design, with Tim Brown (Harper Collins, 2009) and NONOBJECT, with Branko Lukic (MIT Press, 2010); a new book, Ecosystem of Innovation: The History of Silicon Valley Design, is forthcoming from MIT Press. Barry has served as executive editor of the Design Book Review and contributing author to magazines such as I.D., Metropolis, and Dwell, and his writings on the history and philosophy of design have appeared in many academic, professional, and popular journals. He has an extremely short attention span and easily becomes interested in new things.

Grit Denker Board of Advisers

Dr. Grit Denker is a Senior Computer Scientist at SRI International. 

Her projects include Artifactory, which involves the development of commonsense theories of, among other things, scalar notions, space and time, causality, the structure of events and processes, force, and the properties of materials, with the goal of connect the theories at every point along the way with actual devices, such as a smart fridge or a smart car.

Committed to enhancing educational experiences through the invention of new technologies, Dr. Denker is involved in the bRIGHT project, a new human-machine interaction paradigm. Leveraging state-ofthe-art computing power and sensor systems, bRIGHT overcomes the bottleneck between a human and a machine -- "the last meter bandwidth." bRIGHT will increase efficiency and effectiveness for users that are cognitively loaded and heavily tasked. bRIGHT has the potential for reducing critical errors and learning curves asso iated with complex systems. The bRIGHT relates application context to active (e.g., touch) and passive (e.g., gaze) user input to present users with the right controls or content when and where they need it. bRIGHT uses an existing, novel hybrid display/sensor interactive surface that is instrumented to provide 3-7 Gbits of user-related sensor data per second.

Dr. Denker is also involved in working on Common Authentication protocol Specification Language, DARPA Agent Markup Language, Maude, a high-performance reflective language and system supporting both equational and rewriting logic specification and programming for a wide range of applications. She is also involved in Next generation, ONISTT and Public Key Infrastructure projects

 


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