Uruguay digs deep into data.
Over the last three years, Claudia and her team have collected a significant amount of data across all aspects of NPDL. In this report (**note the translate option in the top right corner of the site for an English version) they share some insights into the growth and reach of NPDL across Uruguay. As at June 30, 2018:
- 270 schools have used the school conditions rubric and shared the results to the central data portal SEA
- 1359 teachers have used the Learning Progressions to assess student competencies
- 29903 students have been evaluated using learning progressions
- 80546 individual evaluations of students have been made
There is also an interesting interactive graphic showing engagement with the 6 C’s over 3 years, and an indication of the expansion of NPDL across CEIP – Elementary Schools, CES – Secondary Schools, and CETP – Vocational Education Schools.
A shout out and congratulations to the Uruguay Cluster for Growing and embedding the work so significantly.
We look forward to seeing you soon at your Regional DLL In Montevideo!
View the full report here:
Celebrating our Global Learning Partnership
2018 NPDL Global Report
Our Global Directors, Michael Fullan, Joanne Quinn and Joanne McEachen share insights, evidence of impact, global and local trends from across our 7 NPDL countries in our 2018 NPDL Global Report.
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As NPDL continues to grow both in numbers and in relation to the capacity of engaged students, teachers, school and wider school system leaders, parents, and the other members of its diverse global communities, deep learning continues to have a greater impact on the lives of
learners both in school and beyond. Additional capacity building supports are making a difference not only for newly engaged participants but for all, and with each new year of engagement participating clusters are identifying and embedding new pedagogies and approaches that successfully develop deep learning competencies.
Read about 10 Ways to get to Deep Learning Heaven, Collective Capacity Building, and A New Look for New Measures.
Thank you to all our NPDL Leaders, Teachers and Learners who continue to strive to Engage the World and Change the world.
At our recent Global Deep learning Lab We had the pleasure and privilege of listening to Dr Jean Clinton, Child Psychiatrist / Knowledge Translator, make connections between our 6 C’s, teaching, learning, stress and “success” Dr Jean elaborates further here: https://thelearningexchange.ca/deep-learning-and-well-being-levelling-the-playing-field-for-all-children/
A couple of Dr Jean’s most powerful statements were that “Teachers create the weather in the classroom”, and that “Every child deserves at least one set of eyes that light up when they enter the classroom……Be that person that ignites their spark.”
Thankyou Dr Jean for your thought-provoking insights, fabulous sense of humor and critical messaging!
It was wonderful to catch up with so many of you at our DLL several weeks ago. Thank you for making our time together so powerful! The collaborative conversations, sharing of insights and resources, and culture of learning together was an energising and humbling experience.
The connections and relationships continue to bloom post-DLL, and we wanted to share a couple of stories that have made it to press.
Burlington-Edison school district, in Washington State, hosted our Netherlands NPDL team shortly after the DLL. The day not only showcased Deep Learning, but also stimulated conversations about creating stronger and more tangible links between teachers, leaders and learners across our Global Network.
One of our SPARK thought leaders, Gwen Keith, was also featured in the news in recognition for her passionate and powerful leadership of NPDL in her region. Congratulations Gwen, for your tireless work supporting NPDL!
Read more about NPDL in Saskatchewan here
We’d love to hear and feature more stories of success – please get in touch if you have news to share!
NPDLConnect Podcast series
As we lead up to our Global Deep Learning Lab let’s double the thought leadership!
Mary Coverdale has been the Assistant Regional Director in the North Coast Region of Australia, and has committed her career to improve public schools in her country. Her passion to support teachers to develop curious, civic-minded citizens, who love learning, has triggered her unstoppable curiosity on how to ensure teaching and learning in schools is relevant to the needs of students.
In this podcast Mary will discuss the ´human industry´ of education, explain how positive grass root movements impact policies and explore the connection between student voice and true democracy.
Cristóbal Cobo (PhD) is Director of the Center for Research – CEIBAL Foundation in Uruguay, and also an associate researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute at University of Oxford.
In this podcast we discuss Cobo´s perspectives on innovation in education and on the feasibility of a ´future proof education´. We will go deeper into the ´what and why´ of the gaps between academic theory, research and everyday school practice.