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… and I’m here to talk to you about how with Microsoft’s help we have engineered a Global Enterprise Challenge
in the rural heart of Devon 2 form entry from nursery, 500 pupils Devon stone 200 years old
But within it a a Diverse and engaging curriculum is distinctly 21st century We may be over 200 years old , but cutting edge of it in education As a Microsoft Showcase school it has IT at heart, From early years 1:1 ratio of access to devices, Children access portable devices to tablets, surface RTs, and laptops to desktops Windows architecture so can move between devices In year 6, 70 pupils learn together as one class, thanks to forward thinking class design and use of technology
just one more in range of tools
Context Purpose Shared Focus for creativity Final product, a final outcome
…which means using technologies that blend the flexibility and portability of the cloud, with the power of device run software, such as Office365, Lync, Sharepoint and OneNote.
Form some years, iIn year 6 we engineer PBL as …
Enterprise = Creativity, Team skills, a business and work ethic, chasing targets you’ve set, collaborating
Here is what our pupils and teachers say…
How could we harness the power of our Microsoft tools to reach more pupils? How could we advance a project that had proven so successful, empowering, motivating and curriculum-rich?
MS announced that their 2014 Global Forum would be a Dragon’s den style pitch competition for $25,000 towards an IT beased education project. Our head had to enter…
This is Jonathan Bishop pitching for our project…
Domain and tenancy in Office365 Start up funding for each subsidiary company Fly the winners to Seattle to meet Anthony Salcito and receive their award
Formalise a programme of entrepreneurial competitiveness Clear rules, challenges and boundaries Like thinking schools could become involved but bring their pupils’ own colour and creativity to the challenge
By the time we had gathered interest, the 2015 challenge has grown to…
To answer this, we’re going to speak with…
Tell me about your team and your product What happened during the Dragon's Den? How do the office tools help your learning? How has OneNote helped you organise yourself and your team? How have you used Yammer to work as a team?
At the root of success A system with the infrastructure that is stable and scalable
Outlook Initial communications and sending information
Lync Quick messaging Audio calling Video conferencing team mates, other subsidiary companies, and experts in their product for advice
OneDrive Store and share all types of documents Easily Safely From anywhere
Sharepoint Children have built an identity and shared ownership for… video, pictures, documents It becomes a central hub of their resources and ideas
Yammer It’s the children that have proven that even as a social network had business values and productivity at it’s heart
OneNote Main hub of their work, both individually and as a team
…and finally, what the children themselves think of the Global Enterprise Project
Power of project based learning And the purposeful, outcome focussed context of a GEC Provides Office365 scale up to global challenge
BETT 15: Watch out Dragons Den
Watch out Dragon’s Den!
Broadclyst Community Primary School go
Meet the ten year olds in the
Watch out Dragon’s Den!
1. Broadclyst Community Primary School’s
annual Enterprise Challenge
2. Achieving a Global Enterprise Challenge
3. by harnessing the Power of Office365,
Lync and Sharepoint
Broadclyst Community Primary
A 200 year old Microsoft Showcase School
in the heart of Devon.
“Encouraging creativity in the classroom is primarily the task of
the teacher. Harnessing the power of divergent thought and
marrying this with the power of ICT will be the aim of many
teachers who espouse the use of computers in the classroom.”
Promoting Creative Thinking - University of Plymouth, August 2001
International Symposium on Education, Romania
An Enterprise Project
Project based learning through a team
based business enterprise…
20 schools around the worldA Global Enterprise Challenge 10 international companies
10 ‘subsidiary companies’ of the
international company in each
To develop and market a product to
become the most successful and
Compete to become the most
successful company globally
What is Real Distance Learning?
How do you function as a team, when
your team mates are thousands of
Next year, will it be you?
BCPS will soon be recruiting schools for the
2015-16 Global Enterprise Challenge…
Axis12 Ltd C516
Capita Business Services
Civica UK Ltd C200
European Electonique C240
Firefly Solutions C221
Stone Computers C102
Viglen Ltd E148
Webeanywhere Limited F380
Collabco/ MyDay F188
Watch out Dragons Den! Broadclyst Community Primary School go global.
Meet the 10 year olds in the boardroom!
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