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  • Created on: 09-01-19 18:52

Blooms Taxonomy

Psychomator - Physical 

Affective - Emotional Domain

Cognitive - Intellectual 

  • Evaluation
  • Synthesis
  • Analysis
  • Application
  • Comprehension
  • Knowledge 
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Intelligences

Advantages: 

  • Howard Gardner 1943 - Expanded Thinking
  • Child Intelligent in own way 

Criticisms:

  • Embraced but not accepted as Personal Traits are not intelligences

Types:

  • Musical
  • Visual 
  • Linguistic
  • Kinesthetic
  • Interpersonal - Peoples thoughts and feelings matter
  • Intrapersonal - Nature / Animals / Independent 
  • Logical Mathematical
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Teaching Styles

The Delgator : Observer Role - Removes Teacher from Authority - Group Work - Collaborates 

Authoritarian: Take notes - Lengthly one way discussion- no student participation - not individual 

The Demonstrator: Verbal Lectures - Little Direction interaction - difficult to support needs

The Fascilitors: no large group - creates learning opportunities PE- encourages independence 

The Hybrid: Weakens Process - mixed style - personality difference 

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Characteristics of an Outstanding Teacher

  • Communicator
  • Visonary
  • Collaborator
  • Researcher
  • Problem Solver
  • Fascilitator
  • Interactive
  • Role Model
  • Child Orientated 
  • Leader
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Holistic Growth and Development

Child's Needs: 

  • Emotional , Spiritual, Creative, Intellectual, Relational, physical 

Milestones: 

  • Social, emotional, intellectual, physical - body size 

The Humanism Paradigm: 

  • Self - actualisation, Esteem, Love/Belonging, Safety, Physiological 

"young children learn best when learning is interactive , practical, and enjoyable for both children and teachers." (CCEA, 2006)

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Roles

Students From:

  • Passive Recipients with Answered Questions
  • Competing with Eachother

Students To:

  • Participating who is Responsible for own Learning and asking Questions 
  • Learning Together and Connecting Subjects

Teachers From: 

  • Transmitter of knowledge
  • Subject Specific

Teachers To:

  • Organiser of Knowledge
  • Skills Based
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Active and Passive Learning

Active:

  • children responsible for own learning and teachers enable opportunities
  • "building knowledge and understanding ... learners take increasing responsibility for their learning." (Cambridge International Examiners, 2015)

Passive:

  • Students just listen
  • Professor is master of subjects

Key Concepts:

  • Student Centred with scaffolded tasks
  • Assessment for learning
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Purpose of Education

Industrial Trainers : Society : Jobs

"Old Humanists": Caters for whole child

Public Educators: Literacy and Numeracy

Finnish Model: Global Education Reform Movement (GERM), Educated for skills not exams

"to empower young people to develop their potential and make informed responsible choices and decisions" (CCEA, 2007)

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Play Based Learning

12 stages:

  • "Unoccupied" - Random TO "Solitary"- Alone TO "Onlooker" -Watching TO
  • "Parallel" Beside TO "Associative"- Together TO  "Cooperative" Groups TO
  • "Constructive" - Build TO "Physical"- Excersise TO "Expressive" Music / Art TO
  • "Competitive" - Rules/ Turns TO "Fantasy" Imagination TO "Digital" Computers

Types:

  • Dramatic, Sand, Water, Dough and Clay, Tabletop, Small World, Constructive, Creative

Roles of Adults:

  • Read and Help Improve Vocabulary 
  • Interact with Questions and Provide Quality Support
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