Innovative Learning Environment- How
Posted on 19 February 2017
This utube clip gives glimpses of how a school in Yorkshire implemented Innovative learning.
HOW WILL TAUPO PRIMARY SCHOOL IMPLEMENT INNOVATIVE LEARNING?
This statement which appeared in my last blog is the shared understanding of Taupo Primary School teachers about what an innovative learning environment is. As we move closer toward actually having a purpose built space it becomes really important to consider how we will implement innovative learning.
"Students, teachers, whanau and the wider community have flexibility, choice and support through improved time, space and resource management. The purpose of Innovative learning environments and collaborative teaching and learning is to enhance outcomes for all."
The clip below shows how Jane Huscroft and her team implemented learning at a school in Yorkshire. Jane describes the learning as lively and exciting, with children always involved in practical investigative activity. Watch short video below and reflect:
How much are the students enjoying learning?
Are they more engaged than in a conventional classroom?
Is this getting close to the dream that we want for our children?
What does the dream school for your children look like?
What outcomes do you want for your children at Taupo Primary School?
What would be the first steps we take to achieving this vision?
There are some fine examples of practice at Taupo Primary School that has elements of this learning. How can we further drive our programming to achieve programmes that fully engage our students?
I look forward to your responses.
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