Giving an overview to the participating teachers on the theory and practice of the student-centred organisation of learning. The participants can experience the positive affect of the method which can motivate them to know more about the theory and to try some experienced methods.
All Intellectual Outputs
The aim of this material is to explain the importance of planning, practising and evaluating teaching and learning process according to student voice principles.
The purpose of this CPD is to:
- Involve students in decision making about their curriculum.
- Increase the relevance of the curriculum from a student perspective.
- Develop democratic qualities amongst students.
Purpose of this CPD is to give the participants data about their learning or working habits and about the differences in the learning styles of the people.
The purpose of this CPD is to develop school policy on student voice and participation and to involve students in various aspects of education.
The aim of this material is to get feedback from parents about how well student voice is embedded in classroom practice in their view.
The aim of this material is for students to reflect on classroom practice regarding student voice.
The aim of this material is for teachers to reflect on classroom practice regarding how well they are implementing student voice in their pedagogy.
This workshop is designed to provide teachers and school management to become more familiar with the importance of and rationale for student voice in the classroom and in our schools. The workshop also allows participants to clarify for themselves what they see as the important rationale for student voice.
The complex learning method can be well matched to any curriculum, and it is possible to apply it to the preparation of a new material or to sum up other work. The teacher is the organizer of the process but not the leader. Participation of students and their autonomy increases. Responsibility is shared between the student and the teacher. Group work is the core of activity. The role of the CEO has a positive impact on students with low self-esteem. Students have to supervise the work process, they have to make sure that everyone is doing their job. This raises their level of responsibilty for the success of joint work while developing their knowledge on the subject, their verbal and interpersonal skills, they learn to communicate and cooperate. All members of the class are involved in the process, positive - creative energies are released.