13 David Perkins Harvard Professor of Education “I think we need to think in terms of educating through the unknown for what might come up for ways of thinking about it for a large understanding that can help us cope the unexpected as well as the expected. To me that means 90% of what we teach is a waste of time”
14 David Perkins Harvard Professor of Education “90% of what we teach probably contributes particular skills and particular nuggets of knowledge that those kids will never encounter again in the significant way in their lives. It just doesn’t matter. Well, that is completely bizarre.”
16 Kirpal Singh Singapore Management University “We all are educating people either for yesterday, 80% of us, another 15%-16% are educating people for today but very few of us are looking at tomorrow. Because looking at tomorrow means you need to be creative. You have to use your imagination. You need to be able to take risks and say I think tomorrow is going to be like this.”
17 Teachers as superpowers, Myth No.2Teachers as superpowers,gurus and sages,rowboats
58 What are the 21st C attributes? Literacy:Reading, writing, arithmeticGlobal Literacy:environmental, financial, civic and other global literacy
59 What are the 21st C attributes? Personal SkillsActive, engage, empoweredInquiry skillsask questions, wonder, plan and reflect.Thinking skillscreatively, critically, and collaboratively.
60 What are the 21st C attributes? Autonomous learning skillsSelf-modify, self-managing, self-evaluating, self-directed.Skills to master the changing technology
61 What are the 21st C attributes? Teachers and parentshold back from testsmake judgments on skills of self- management.need to create learning environment which nurtures creativity and inspire confidence.
62 Dr. Sugata Mitra's Hole in the wall project On English Language Skills
63 Sugata Mitra University of New South Wales UK & MIT Questions turn on the mindsof the 9 year olds.
64 Sugata Mitra University of New South Wales UK & MIT The internet is full of answers but not full of questions.
65 “Who knows what we need to learn in the future but we do know that we need to be able to read, we need to be good at searching for information, collating it and then decide it whether its right or wrong. Then find the big answers. When they find the big answers, they believe in themselves and believe the world around them.”
66 Thailand? Where are we? English is studied as a foreign language Ranked 8th in English scoresOur students don’t read!!!!Our students don’t practice!!!!
68 Problems with teaching methods teaching methods usedTeacher centredMistakesOld: grammar translationMisunderstood: communicative, learner centre
69 Problems with policy นำ CEFR มาใช้ กรอบมาตรฐานความสามารถทางภาษาอังกฤษที่เป็นสากล คือ Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)มีแนวโน้มว่าจะจัดการเรียนการสอนให้อิง CEFRCEFR ก็แบ่งออกเป็น 3 กลุ่มหลัก ( A B C ) 6 ระดับ
73 How to improve our English Skill setsListening and SpeakingReading and WritingIntegrated improvementInterests and love
74 Improving listening and speaking skills Start from your best interestRead a lot for vocabularyFind someone with the same interest and start talkingStart reading and writing about it, discussionSpeak and listen to the experts