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Shenanigans NAGC 2019

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Shenanigans NAGC 2019

  1. 1. SHENANIGANS!PRIORITIZING PLAYIN YOUR GIFTED CLASSROOM,PROGRAM,& SCHOOL MEREDITH HAFER MELISSA BILASH BRIAN HOUSAND
  2. 2. Resources AVAILABLE AFTER THE PRESENTATION
  3. 3. THANK YOU! SPECIAL SCHOOLS & PROGRAMS NETWORK LYNETTE BREEDLOVE | CHAIR
  4. 4. she·nan·i·gans /SHә nanә әnz/ Noun Silly or high-spirited behavior; mischief.
  5. 5. PLAY!
  6. 6. PLAY!An activity that is intrinsically motivated, entails active engagement, and results in joyful discovery. (Yougman, Garner, Hutchinson, et al., 2018)
  7. 7. Play more! Everyone Today
  8. 8. REMEMBER A time when you played so hard that you lost track of time.
  9. 9. When did it become unacceptable to play? REMEMBER
  10. 10. A child who does not play is not a child, but the man who doesn’t play has lost forever the child who lived in him and who he will miss terribly. Pablo Neruda
  11. 11. “We don’t stop playing “because we grow old; “we grow old “because we stop playing.” -George Bernard Shaw zacharyscottphoto.format.com
  12. 12. PLAY IS NOT FRIVOLOUS!
  13. 13. PLAY IS ESSENTIAL FOR HEALTHY BRAIN DEVELOPMENT
  14. 14. Play is to the 21st century what work was to industrialization. It demonstrates a way of knowing, doing,and creating value.
  15. 15. INDUSTRIAL AGE CONFORMITY IMITATION INFORMATION AGE CREATIVITY INNOVATION
  16. 16. What does it mean to be GIFTED?
  17. 17. NRC G/T THE NATIONAL RESEARCH CENTER ON THE GIFTED AND TALENTED The University of Connecticut The University of Georgia The University of Virginia Yale University The University of Georgia A New Window for Looking at Gifted Children Mary M. Frasier Darlene Martin Jaime Garcia Vernon S. Finley Elaine Frank Sally Krisel Lisa L. King The University of Georgia Athens, Georgia September 1995 Number RM95222 bit.ly/frasier-tabs MOTIVATION INTERESTS COMMUNICATION SKILLS PROBLEM-SOLVING ABILITY MEMORY INQUIRY INSIGHT REASONING IMAGINATION/CREATIVITY HUMOR
  18. 18. IMAGINATION & CREATIVITY
  19. 19. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HUMOR
  20. 20. “Perhaps the arts of “benign chicanery “are absolutely necessary “to a child of highest “intelligence, “compelled to find his “spiritual way through “mass education.” Leta Hollingworth
  21. 21. “I am honest “except for those “benign chicaneries “which are “occasionally “necessary when “authority is stupid.” Leta Hollingworth
  22. 22. OUR MISSION To provide gifted children with a challenging, research-based education worthy of their intellect and their intrinsic desire to learn and think deeply. To serve as a valued resource for the gifted education community in Philadelphia and worldwide.
  23. 23. COMMUNITY PROGRAM CLASSROOM
  24. 24. ACTIONEXPRESSES PRIORITIES
  25. 25. IMAGINE How could you make more space for play in your own schools & classrooms?
  26. 26. FREEDOM TO EXPERIMENT FREEDOM TO FAIL FREEDOM OF IDENTITY FREEDOM OF EFFORT SCOT OSTERWEIL | MIT
  27. 27. The four freedoms are. NOT just for kids. The four freedoms are. for you.
  28. 28. So…
  29. 29. FREEDOM TO EXPERIMENT
  30. 30. FIERCE ENGAGEMENT
  31. 31. AMOEBAS AND BLANKETS
  32. 32. Fussy, shivering amoeba who lives on a dot grid Happy, warm amoeba with its fancy blanket
  33. 33. 1,4,9,16,25,36…
  34. 34. 0,0,2,11,34,80…
  35. 35. Takeaway“Buy back” time “for play with “pre-assessment “& compacting “Create a culture “of collaboration
  36. 36. FREEDOM TO FAIL
  37. 37. No.That’s just a mistake. You need to fail bigger.
  38. 38. FOUNDERS’ DAY
  39. 39. NOsARE FREE - MELISSA BILASH
  40. 40. Normalize and Practice Failure Celebrate Meaningful Risk Model Courage and Audacity Takeaway
  41. 41. FREEDOM OF IDENTITY
  42. 42. Power is the pivot on which everything hinges. He who has the power is always right; the weaker is always wrong. Niccolò Machiavelli
  43. 43. They are many ages in one child: a delight-driven, joy-seeking, creatively mucky young child one moment, and a years-ahead thinker-philosopher-scientist-conceptualizer the next. — P. Susan Jackson | The Daimon Institute All in one child.
  44. 44. Include opportunities for identity play in your curriculum Support students' ever-changing identities Takeaway
  45. 45. FREEDOM OF EFFORT
  46. 46. GRAYSON CLUBS
  47. 47. AND THEN THERE’S LARP
  48. 48. LIVE ACTION ROLE PLAYING "This is nonsense and I love it!" — Dexter
  49. 49. "The rule wins because it is the strongest impulse. Such a rule is an internal rule, a rule of self-restraint and self-determination." Lev Vygotsky
  50. 50. Encourage the Modulation of Effort Provide Choice Step Back Takeaway
  51. 51. YES,and…
  52. 52. LET’S RE-ENGAGE WITH PLAY!
  53. 53. WHAT DO YOU NOTICE? WHAT DO YOU WONDER?
  54. 54. matterdesignstudio.com
  55. 55. plaYce
  56. 56. ANCHOR + TOOL + ROPE
  57. 57. TOOL Plywood INSTRUMENT Plywood ELEMENT Dimensional Lumber ANCHOR Concrete
  58. 58. IT’S ABOUT MAKING YOUR OWN PLACE. IT’S NOT ABOUT MAKING YOUR OWN MEGALITH.
  59. 59. IT’S NOT ABOUT MAKING YOUR OWN MEGALITH. IT’S ABOUT CREATING YOUR OWN FREEDOMS.
  60. 60. The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct. Carl Jung
  61. 61. SHENANIGANS!BRIANHOUSAND.COM/NAGC66 MEREDITH HAFER MELISSA BILASH BRIAN HOUSAND

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