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Project based learning

Lets make it Student Centered.

Why?

Well is allows your students/ children to develop a mind set of solving problems and becoming an autónomos child in the 21st century. Your child needs different skills than it did 20-40 years ago. Memorizing information is just a waste of time. Sorry to say but you have google to do that. This is not to say you don´t take in any information you do. A lot more and in a more natural process, providing your child with the relevant skills provided.

I have used this approach which i have picked up from various different sources over the many years teaching.

 

ENGAGE – EXPLORE – EXPLAIN – ELABORATE – EVALUATE

 

ENGAGE : Engage your student means to ask questions, allow them to ask questions, let them lead the ideas and find out what they want to learn with in the curriculum and project outlines you have planned.

 

EXPLORE : To get your students to investigate, use different material, readings, images, sources of information which will allow your students to identify and develop skills and competentes in manipulating different medias and technology.

 

EXPLAIN : Here in this section is the moment where by you involve the grammar, idea, information which is core to there learning and use of skills. You can demonstrate the skills they need to use with examples of work or ideas.

 

ELABORATE : Students then practice these new skills in a real world senario or environment/ problem thus giving them a deeper and broader involvement and understanding of the problem and how to solve the situation.

 

EVALUATE : Students evaluate there performance as well as the teacher, on the key concepts and skill achieved. With focus on how to improve for the next time.

 

If we want our students to grow and have a growth mindset then we also need to have a system which can grow and adapt to the group, individual and our planning/ training models.

 

 

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