Development of knowledge and skills & Learning outcomes

The Objectwijs teaching material can be an exciting preparation for or part of all four profiles for HAVO/VWO  Economy and society,  Culture and Society,  Nature and health,  Nature and technology. Also during project weeks it is a way of working that challenges to research and deepening.  

Object-wise teaching material brings: (what we have named) the 5 K's:

* Opportunities ; in talent development, thinking differently and differently

looking at the world (personal development), a different way of teaching,

discuss sensitive topics

* Choices: in research questions, themes and objects

* Knowledge: looks at a question from different perspectives and brings

connection between different subjects

* Frames: create maps, research questions, how-to videos and resources

frameworks for students and teachers

* Link: between knowledge and application,

alpha, beta and gamma boxes,

transcending level,

interdisciplinary,

past, present and future,

inside and outside the school,

the learned and the inner world of experience

from the students

Clutch

Chances

Choices

Knowledge

frames

We are  We have come to the conclusion that we do not want to split Objectwise into core objectives. The categorization of Object Based Learning is in direct opposition to the goals we want to achieve, including being open to multiple perspectives and angles and cross-curricular learning.  

In doing so, we are in line with society-wide goals:  The Sustainable Development Goals.  With research questions related to objects that are related to socially sustainable issues, Objectwijs helps teachers to put the 17 SDGs into practice together with their students.

During this process, each student can (further) develop their own talents and skills. Below are several learning outcomes of Object Based Learning: 

Pupil: 
-can convert his creativity into design-

- can take personal and joint responsibility-
- is curious, motivated and involved-
-has developed higher thinking skills-
-discovered and learned to use his (hidden) talent(s)-
-can combine theory from different fields with other students in answering the main question-
-can view objects and the world around them from different perspectives-

-can be open to different ideas regarding the subject-
-understands the value of knowledge and learning, by applying it to the immediate world around them-
-can place parts in context-
-can integrate knowledge and 21st century skills and shape the result in a presentation-
-can critically examine source material and use arguments from it in answering questions-
-can carry out targeted actions that further his research-

-can learn with and from each other-

- gains more insight into the way of thinking and  experiences of other students

- dares to think about the future and outside the box-

-knows different forms of design and understands how a designer works-

-has insight into (the use of) various new technologies-

- can deal with and design in computer software-

-is master of own learning process and knows  to show ownership-

- can shape a story through storytelling-

- can use media to reach the public-

-can (re)search and share information-

-can  present  and  debate -

- can translate his story into an exhibition-

- can the process  digitally reproduced in an appealing way in its digital form  portfolio or collage

 

-LOOKS WITH A WIDE LOOK AT THE WORLD AND THE PEOPLE AROUND THEM-

                                                                                                                                                                 

* where 'his' is, you can also read 'her'