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ERWIN BAYANI


MY GROUP

THROUGHOUT THIS PROJECT I WORKED IN A GROUP WITH ANNA, JULIE, RICHARD AND TRANG. WE WORKED TOGETHER IN A MANNER CALLED PROBLEM BASED LEARNING

JULIE

TRANG

RICHARD

ANNA


CLIENT: CULTURAL ORGANISATION

OUR TRIGGERS

TARGET AUDIENCE: 5-10 YEAR OLD SCHOOL CHILDREN

MESSAGE: APPRECIATE CULTURE


DISCOVER PHASE BEGINS

FOCUS ON RESEARCH METHODS USED TO DELVE DEEPER INTO DESIGN PROBLEMS TO UNEARTH POSSIBLE ROUTES AND PATHS TO FOLLOW


CUL TURE? |ˈKƏL CH ƏR |


DEFINING CULTURE FOR 5-10 YEAR OLDS?

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1. FILM

2. STAGE/THEATRE

5. TELEVISION

3. BOOKS

6. MUSIC

4. ART & DESIGN

7. GAMES


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CULTURAL ORGANISATIONS (QUICK BRIEF BRAINSTORM)

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1. ROYAL OPERA HOUSE

3. SURE START

5. HAYWARD GALLERY

7.MUSEUM, LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES COUNCIL

2. ARTS COUNCIL

4. NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE ARTS

6. ROYAL COURT THEATRE

8.FILM COUNCIL


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15. 9. DEPARTMENT FOR CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORT

10. DISABILITY CULTURAL PROJECT 11. LOCAL COUNCILS

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12. MUSLIM CULTURAL HERITAGE CENTRE 13. MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

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14. FIND YOUR TALENT 15. SOUTHBANK CENTRE


SOME FACTS AND STATISTICS ABOUT 5-10 YEAR OLDS 90%

6 HOURS AND 20 MINUTES

= 10 MINUTES

70%

50%

30%

1998

2004

2010

2006

ACCESS TO INTERNET

58%

WATCHING T.V. DURING DINNER

60%

WATCHING T.V. BEFORE SCHOOL

83%

WATCHING T.V. AFTER SCHOOL

TIME SPENT WATCHING T.V. A DAY

62%

PARENTS WHO READ TO THEIR CHILDREN

67%

5-10 YEAR OLDS WHO VISITED MUSEUMS IN 2010


FOCUS ON RESEARCH METHODS USED TO DELVE DEEPER INTO DESIGN PROBLEMS TO UNEARTH POSSIBLE ROUTES AND PATHS TO FOLLOW


MY GROUP REALISED THAT BY THINKING LIKE KIDS, WE WOULD BE ABLE TO BECOME EXPERTS IN OUR TARGET AUDIENCE.

THINK LIKE LITTLE CHILDREN?


WHAT MY COUSIN WATCHES AND FLASHCARDS/SURVEYS

HI MY NAME IS ASHLEY

I AM 8 YEARS OLD

MY FIRST STEP TO THINKING LIKE A KID WAS TO WATCH WHAT KIDS WERE WATCHING. THIS IS WHAT MY COUSIN ASHLEY WATCHED AFTER SPENDING AN AFTERNOON WITH HER. FROM THIS I MADE FLASHCARDS OF POPULAR CHARACTERS AND ASKED MY AUDIENCE THE QUESTION “WHO WOULD YOU LISTEN TO?”


10 YEAR OLD

9 YEAR OLD

8 YEAR OLD

7 YEAR OLD

6 YEAR OLD

5 YEAR OLD BOY

GIRL

RESULTS OF WHAT 5-10 YEAR OLDS ARE WATCHING


NOTES

WE REALISED WE HAVE TO TARGET THE PARENTS IF WE WANT TO GET SOME VALID DATA

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ME AND RICHARD VISITED MY OLD PRIMARY SCHOOL, TO GET THE PARENTS PERSPECTIVE. WE ASKED THEM THE QUESTION “WHAT 3 THINGS DO YOU DO WITH YOUR CHILDREN?”


THE WHOLE GROUP DECIDED TO SPEND SOME TIME TOGETHER AND GO TO THE ‘BIG DRAW’ ALSO A GOOD CHANCE TO SEE WHAT TYPE OF EVENTS CHILDREN ARE GOING TO.


SPORTS/OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES SPORTS/OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES MUSIC FILM EDUCATIONAL OTHER

MUSIC FILM EDUCATIONAL ART OTHER

RESULTS FROM THE SURVEY ME AND RICHARD TOOK FROM THE PARENTS OF CRAWFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL


VISUAL AUDIT OF PARENTING MAGAZINES AND ONLINE BLOGS


THERE IS A GNERATION OF YOUNGER PARENTS WHO ARE BLOGGING THEIR DAILY ACTIVITIES WITH THEIR CHILDREN. THIS IS AN INTERESTING MARKET TO RESEARCH.


THE FIRST BLOCK SHOWS THE PALETTE FOR PARENTING MAGAZINES AIMED AT YOUNGER CHILDREN. 5-7 YEAR OLDS. THE SECOND BLOCK SHOW COLOURS FOR OLDER KIDS. WE CAN SEE THAT IT CONTAINS COLOURS BOLDER AND BRIGHTER.


CHARACTER PROFILES I’M 9 YEARS OLD. SPONGE BOB AND TRANSFORMERS ARE MY FAVOURITE CARTOONS. I PLAY FOOTBALL ON THURSDAY NIGHTS. MY FAVOURITE PLAYER IS CESC FABREGAS. I LOVE PIZZA!

IÕ M SARA

IÕ M DAVID

HELLO! I’M SARA, I’M 10. I’M ALWAYS DRAWING AND READING BOOKS. HARRY POTTER IS MY FAVOURITE FILM. MY MUM MAKES ME LEARN THE PIANO AND MY FAVOURITE FOOD IS NANDOS.


LOOK AT METHODS AND PROCESSES THAT HELP DEFINE IDEAS AND THINKING REGARDING DESIGN PROBLEM


63% MATHS

83%

60% ENGLISH

79%

71%

88% SCIENCE

CRAWFORD AVERAGE

SOUTHWARK AVERAGE


OFSTED REPORT FROM LAST YEAR SHOWS POOR RESULTS.


MY SOLUTION IS

PUPILS TEACHERS PARENTS


= 10 HOURS

PUPILS SPEND ON AVERAGE 1,040 HOURS A YEAR WITH THEIR TEACHERS. INEVITABLY ATTAINMENT HAS TO BE DOWN TO THE TEACHERS.

HOW MUCH TIME DO CHILDREN SPEND WITH THEIR TEACHERS?


SOME EASY EQUATIONS

GOOD TEACHING + PARENTAL ENCOURAGEMENT HIGHER ATTAINMENT GOOD TEACHING + PARENTAL ENCOURAGEMENT HIGHER ATTAINMENT


VISIT TO THE SCIENCE MUSEUM


TRYING TO FIND WAYS TO MAKE LEARNING FUN. WHAT WE OBSERVED IS THAT CHILDREN TAKE AN INTEREST IN LEARNING MORE, WHEN THEY DO NOT KNOW THEY LEARNING


HEALTHY CRAWFORD

POSITIVE FACTOR ABOUT CRAWFORD IS THEIR SCHOOL ACTIVELY ENCOURAGING THEIR KIDS TO LIVE A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE. THEY HAVE EVEN WON VARIOUS AWARDS


INTERVIEW WITH MS. BENNET (KEY STAGE 2 TEACHER) PUPILS ENJOY DOING THE ACTIVITIES, DISCUSSIONS, PRACTICAL THINGS BUT WHEN IT GETS TO WRITTEN ASPECTS, HAND-CALCULATIONS THATS WHERE THEY START TO LOOSE FOCUS

WORKING INDEPENDENTLY SOMETIMES PUTS THE CHILDREN OFF

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LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

I EMAILED AN ORGANISATION CALLED LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM, JUST TO GET SOM IDEAS ABOUT THE CONCEPT. THEY TOLD ME THAT OUTDOOR LEARNING WAS IMPORTANT TO THEM AS THEY SEE IT AS A VITAL PROCESS WHERE CHILDREN “... ENGAGE EXPERIENCES THAT SUPPORT THEIR DEVELOPMENT IN ALL AREAS OF THE CURRICULUM.”


CONCEPT?


LOOK AT THE WAYS DESIGNERS DEVELOP IDEAS INTO PROTOTYPES AND PROPOSALS TO ANSWER DESIGN PROBLEMS


CRAWFORDSÕ S CURRENT RESOURCES

LOOKING AT THE SPACE THAT CRAWFORD HAS. THE CHILDREN HAVE A LARGE PLAYGROUND. ARE THEY USING IT EFFECTIVELY?


PLAN VIEW OF CRAWFORD PLAYGROUND 2 1

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CARPARK DINING HALL SHED BENCH CLIMBING FRAME KEY STAGE 1


FOUND OUT ABOUT THE LEARNING LANDSCAPE. A GRID-BASED PLAYGROUND SYSTEM FOR ELEMENTARY MATH EDUCATION. INTENDED TO COMBINE ACTIVE MOVEMENT AND COMPETITION WITH MATHEMATIC CURRICULA, PROVIDING AN OUTDOOR CLASSROOM FRAMEWORK FOR FUN AND ENGAGED LEARNING.

LEARNING LANDSCAPE?


FEEDBACK FROM MRS GARAND TRY TO FOCUS ON THE EXPERIENCE RATHER THAN THE EQUIPTMENT

FOCUS ON ACTIVITIES THAT PUPILS CAN DO WITHOUT PROPS OR WITH SIMPLE PROPS

MAKE SOME SORT OF TEACHING PACK

MRS. GARAND


THINGS THAT A TEACHING RESOURCE PACK COULD INCLUDE; -LENGTH OF ACTIVITY -AIM/OBJECTIVE -MATERIALS, WHAT YOU WILL NEED, RESOURCES -LESSON PLAN, ACTIVITY -OUTCOMES -CURRICULUM LINKS -WHAT THEY HAVE LEARNT

COLLECTING EXAMPLES OF TEACHING PACKS


THINKING OF A NAME?

OUTERCLASS CLASSESCAPE CLASSGROUND PLAY + LEARN CLASSROAM OUT LEARN CLASSRUNAROUND


INITIAL IDEAS FOR OUTLEARN LOGO

out L E A R N out L E A R N

out learn


DEVELOPMENT OF INITITIAL IDEAS

out learn out learn

out L E ARN

out lear n

out lear n


PLAYGROUND = CLASSROOM

FINAL LOGO


PROTOTYPES OF TEACHING PACKS

AIM To understand that a fraction is a part of a whole, for example 1/2. Equivalent fractions are fractions that look different but show the same amount.

INSTRUCTIONS 1. Split the class into teams of 6 or over. Each team draws a fraction line on the opposite side of the playground. 2. Teacher calls out a fraction like 4 over 12. 3. The pupils have to work with each other, they can even write on the floor with chalk to figure out the answer.

RUN IT OBJECTIVE: TO UNDERSTAND THAT EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS LOOK DIFFERENT BUT SHOW THE EXACT AMOUNT AND THAT IN ORDER TO MULTIPLY OR DIVIDE THE NUMERATOR AND DENOMINATOR, PUPILS MUST USE THE SAME NUMBER. LESSON PLAN: SPLIT THE CLASS INTO TEAMS. EACH TEAM WILL DRAW A FRACTION LINE AT THE OPPOSITE END OF THE PLAYGROUND. WHEN TEAMS ARE READY, SHOUT OUT A FRACTION THAT REQUIRES CANCELLING. E.G. 5/15. PUPILS WILL THEN HAVE TO WORK WITH EACH OTHER IN ORDER TO FIND IT’S SIMPLEST FORM, WHICH IN THIS CASE IS 1/3. ONCE A TEAM THINKS THEY HAVE THE RIGHT ANSWER THEY THEN HAVE TO CHOOSE MEMBERS OF THE TEAM TO RUN TO THE CHALK LINE AND PLACE THEMSELVES AS THE NUMERATOR AND DENOMINATOR. TEAM WHO DOES THIS FIRST WINS.

4. Once they have they simplified fraction, which in this case is 1 over 3. Members of each team have to race to the line they drew and place themselves for example, 1 team member on the top of the line and 3 team members on the bottom, therefore representing the fraction 1/3.


LOOK AT HOW YOU CAN DELIVER IDEAS AND PROPOSALS TO STAKEHOLDERS IN MORE CREATIVE AND SUCCESSFUL WAYS


AIM To understand that a fraction is a part of a whole, for example 1/2. Equivalent fractions are fractions that look different but show the same amount. INSTRUCTIONS

4 12

1. Split the class into teams of 6 or over. Each team draws a fraction line on the opposite side of the playground. 2. Teacher calls out a fraction like 4 over 12. 3. The pupils have to work with each other, they can even write on the floor with chalk to figure out the answer. 4. Once they have they simplified fraction, which in this case is 1 over 3. Members of each team have to race to the line they drew and place themselves for example, 1 team member on the top of the line and 3 team members on the bottom, therefore representing the fraction 1/3.

FINAL DESIGN


OUTLEARN OUTLEARN IS SUPPOSE TO BE A PROGRAM, MUCH MORE THAN A TEACHING RESOURCE PACK. TEACHERS ARE THE ONES WHO KNOW THE CURRICULUM THE BEST. THEY ARE IN THE POSITION TO THINK UP AND DESIGN GAMES AND ACTIVITIES THAT WILL EFFECTIVELY TEST THE PUPILS.

OUTLEARN WILL HAVE IT’S OWN WEBSITE WHICH TEACHERS, PUPILS AND PARENTS CAN ACCESS.


WEBSITES I LIKE


Erwin's SVR PDF  

SVR project PDF