Primary concepts of adult learning
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Size: Entire class, or a group of volunteers in larger class Time: minutes Activity Ask the entire group to line up along one wall of the class and then present an issue. Once students are in place, take a few moments to discuss why they have chosen the position they have in the various locations in the line-up. Repeat for a variety of questions. For another version of this activity, tape a circle in the center of the room.
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Andragogy vs. Pedagogy
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Although a number of papers have already discussed the relevance of brain research for education, the fundamental concepts and discoveries connecting education and the brain have not been systematically reviewed yet. In this paper, four of these concepts are presented and evidence concerning each one is reviewed. First, the concept of neuroplasticity is proposed as a sine qua non for linking education and the brain. Then, the concepts of neuronal recycling and inhibition are presented as two fundamental mechanisms of school learning that emphasize the importance of knowing the initial brain structure of learners and, finally, the concept of attention is discussed as a central concept for linking teaching and the brain. The number of studies on the human brain has increased exponentially over the last 20 years. As research in neuroscience progressed, the educational community has become intrigued by how this new knowledge might contribute to a better understanding of school learning, and even potentially contribute to the improvement of teaching Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development [OECD],
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What is curriculum? Exploring theory and practice
Select Page What is curriculum? Exploring theory and practice Curriculum theory and practice. The organization of schooling and further education has long been associated with the idea of a curriculum. But what actually is curriculum, and how might it be conceptualized?
In order for this learning to happen, the effort to introduce children to the essential experiences of science inquiry and explorations must begin at an early age. A national consensus has evolved around what constitutes effective science teaching and learning for young children. More than ever before, educators agree that preschool-level and primary-level science is an active enterprise. Science is understood to be a process of finding out and a system for organizing and reporting discoveries.