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Respiration-Respiratory System

Topic:  Respiratory System Abstract: Students will imitate the process of how breathing happens Learning objectives: –    Student being able to learn how breathing works–    Students will learn which organs is involved in the respiratory process. Teachers’ profile: (team transversality)Science teacher Advisable age of students:(Flexible according to the curriculum of specific country) : 12-14 years old Previous […]

Final conclusions resulting from a STEAM course

What have we done so far? • We started our course in the field of art • We talked about a work of art • We analyzed its details • We focused on individual elements • We concluded and assumed things that are beyond the image created by the artist • We created actions and […]

Earthquakes

Geology – Geological phenomena The following case studies can be done by the teacher with the participation of some students.They may however be done by the children divided into groups of 3-4 with the guidance of the teacher. The materials used are common in every home and very cheap. So the teacher with the appropriate preparation could ask the class to bring them with them to the next […]

Technology Case Studies

LET S MAKE A FILM MESURING THE WORLD INVISIBLE LIGHT WAVES ELECTRICAL CURRENT ANOTHER WORLD TO KNOW BITS AND BITES CREATING TESSELATIONS-ESCHER HOW WE RECEIVED & LOCATED? HUMAN COMPUTER WIFI+CYBERBULLYING Work in progress

Experiential Learning

Experiential learning is an engaged learning process whereby students “learn by doing” and by reflecting on the experience. Experiential learning activities can include, but are not limited to, hands-on laboratory experiments, internships, practicums, field exercises, study abroad, undergraduate research and studio performances.Well-planned, supervised and assessed experiential learning programs can stimulate academic inquiry by promoting interdisciplinary […]

Active Learning

Active Learning Active learning is a term used to describe instructional strategies that promote students’ active participation in knowledge construction processes. Such strategies may include hands-on activities, brief writing and discussion assignments, problem solving tasks, information gathering and synthesis, question generation, and reflection-based activities, among others. Together, these approaches seek to engage learners’ higher order […]

Alternative teaching methods

An arts integration education sets out to help students understand real-world application of science through the arts. By integrating art into science, students understand the inter-relatedness of everything they learn. This method of teaching and learning also promotes creativity and collaboration. And all of this leads to scientific literacy.So what’s scientific literacy?It’s the understanding of the […]

Pedagogues

Erasmus According to Erasmus the child coming to this world is raw material, a white piece of paper, man is not born with certain qualities, man is educated. The huge task of the people involved with education is to give this new born child the perfect education in its finest form. Later the supporters of […]

3. The game in creative learning

I play – it is played School education as we know it is considered boring by students and without the desired results by education theorists. This is why the search for new and innovative ways of teaching has not stopped. Education professionals do not stop looking for new methods and approaching new ways by borrowing […]

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