What do they mean by Active Learning? How can you inspire children to engage fully in their learning? How can you plan and organise a curriculum that ensures that children are actively involved in the learning process? This brand new text not only explores and examines the concept of active learning, but demonstrates how every teacher, new or experienced, can translate theory into practice and reap the rewards of children actively engaged in their own learning in the classroom. Central to the book is the series of extended case studies, through which the authors highlight examples of effective teaching and learning across the whole primary curriculum. They provide practical examples of planning, teaching and assessing to encourage, inspire and give confidence to teach in creative, integrated and exciting ways.Todaya#39;s session will help them to begin to think about the parts that go together to make a robot and they are to get the chance to ... After 10 minutes put all the designs on one desk, gather the children round and see how many different shapes can they ... Resources n Connex kit. n A4 paper. n Robot video clip (Star Wars).
|Title||:||Active Learning in Primary Classrooms|
|Author||:||Jenny Monk, Catherine Silman|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-01-14|