Jo Hart has posted on her E-verything! Blog http://johart1.edublogs.org/2012/11/15/edublogs-webinar-overviews-pt-2-de-bono-action-shoes-for-2e-students-a-serendipity-shared-tools/ an overview of the second part of my Fine Focus session ‘Which de Bono Action Shoes are best for a 2E student on Gagne’s DMGT Road?’
The session was recorded and can still be accessed using the link https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/jwsdetect/nativeplayback.jnlp?sid=vclass&psid=2012-10-25.1520.D.4C3548A84E624FA254CD6511B7CA09.vcr
I began with a brief recap of the first session – see Jo Hart’s post at http://johart1.edublogs.org/2012/10/23/webinar-overviews-edublogs-serendipity-de-bono-action-shoes-for-2e-students/
Topics covered in the recap were
- Edward de Bono’s Six Action Shoes
- Gagne’s Differentiated Model of Giftedness and Talent;
- the Six Action Shoes in the context of the Feetspeak Quest Map;
- a reminder of the six shoes and their relationship to the Gagne DMGT model.
The main focus of the second session was a consideration of combinations and variations in the shoes. We explored the possible combinations of two shoe types to produce modified action plans. I also shared some extra shoe types which I have added that broaden the program possibilities including Sprite’s plaster cast that symbolizes the support that may be available through eligibility for funding!
We looked at the needs of 2E students and the S.C.A.M.P.E.R. methods of varying the program to make provisions for them