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RGO Middelharnis

Francien Imminkhuizen en Gerdien Stoutjesdijk

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Good practices: Two of our pupils....

Vincent Kruit and Mandy van Dijk


video:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0oG_sm
zxl7FVk5KczBXT18tUTA/view
Dutch situation (short-term 2020
long-term 2032)

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Why starting with the pupil?

Vision of our school:You grow at the RGO!

Main issues regarding our pupils..


Only nice words or...?
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Nice words in our schoolvision:

Student-centered approach:
are equal but not the same;
are offered freedom within boundaries;
work in an inspiring, challenging &
safe educational environment;
learn to be open-minded & critical;
discover their talents;
are encouraged to reach their full
potential;
increase their independency.

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RGO-facts
Employees: 122
Pupils: 1178 in the age of 12 18

Identity:
RGO Middelharnis is a secondary school on the 1917 -2017

island of Goeree-Overflakkee, South Holland.


It offers general education: vmbo-mavo-havo-vwo.

RGO and digital aspects:


iPads/chromebooks for all students
Interactive touchscreens
Schooling programs for teachers

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Where are we now?

The student as starting point: new methods for


various subjects with the possibility to differentiate
more
The staff enables teachers to improve
their professional level (courses, learning from
each other by visiting each others lessons, etc)
ICT-environment

Focus on: More colleagues should be involved and be


aware of the innovations in education. (according to the
21st century skills).

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Good practice: Intermediate class

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Good practice: Immigrants at the RGO
A few facts: we started in October 2016 with 10 children from
Syria. In july this summer we had 40 immigrant students
Public education!
Three groups: A B U (outflow) group in regular classes:
extra individual support
Obstacles/challenges:
1. difference in cultures on a rather conservative
islandschool
2. integrating this group in common schoolactivities
3. the management enabled a group of teachers to study and
be certificated

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Good practices: Internationalisation/Global Citizenship:

Anglia
Voluntary work European Day
Ethiopi of languages

Debate
contests

Exchanges France
EYP - MEP
Denmark
and citytrips Germany
........

Buchenwald

School on an island and yet in the centre of the world 9


And a variety of other achievements:

iPads Touchscreens

Special talent
groups
Diversity Refugees

Tell the world what youre doing! 10


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Developing......

Pilot Personalized learning


Differentiation

Formative assessment

Projects
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A big challenge..!

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Dia 1: Achtergrondinfo: Internationalisation/Global Citizenship

City trips (London, Lille, Brussels)


Study weeks (Berlin, Barcelona)
Exchanges (France, Denmark, Germany)
European Studies Programme (internet project)
European Youth Parliament (debate contest)
Euroscola (debate contest Strasbourg)
European Day of Languages
Anglia Certificates (English)
Edukans (voluntary work Ethiopia)
European Union course

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Dia 2: Achtergrondinfo: Innovation - examples

iPads
Interactive touchscreens
Young Entrepreneurs
Mentorship (coach)
Special exam preparation courses
Optional courses (drama, boxing, art, photography, free
running, European Studies, organ donation, between
heaven and earth, robotics, (social) media wisdom)
Special talent groups (sports, art, science)
AIM Language Learning (French)
Flipping the Classroom
Extra focus on Dutch, English & Maths (core subjects)
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