Browsing by Subject "active learning"

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  • 21st century show and tell 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    This cross curricula case study focusses on Digital Literacy, in particular using E-skills to: support skills in writing/recording for a target audience and to improve communication and research skills through the process ...

  • Active Engagement 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    A study guide offering practical strategies that can be used to engage pupils in learning. This 28 page DfES document (2004) draws on research that shows how pupils improve when 'actively engaged' in their learning. The ...

  • Active Learning 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2014-06)
    Let me do the Cooking Mama; The Open Day Drama; The Town Meeting; Cast the Spell; The Maths Game; Seven Rivers in Africa;

  • Active Learning 

    Not available (South African Institute for Distance Education, 2013-04)
    The aim of this lesson is to enable students to take control of their learning in a positive way.

  • Bridges 

    Warwick, P. (Paul) (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    A brief explanation of an investigation in to the load carrying capabilities of bridges of varying length and cross sectional area, each built from a piece of A4 paper.

  • Classifying and organising living things using images 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    This lesson offers opportunities to explore ways to classify living things as well as characteristics which might be relevant, and how to address difficulties that may arise when trying to classify things in this way. The ...

  • Cloning 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-05)
    The topic of the ethics of modern biology needs to draw on a wider range of sources than a printed book may provide. This resource uses a web tutorial interspersed with external links to news and comment. Rather than leave ...

  • Critical pedagogy 

    Unknown author (Wikiversity, 2014-04)
    In Critical pedagogy students get to know the teaching approach which attempts to help them question and challenge domination, and the beliefs and practices that dominate. It can be seen as a theory and practice to help ...

  • Data Logging and Control 

    Frost, R. (Roger) (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    This book provides a set of resources and lesson ideas with ICT as a key focus for use in inquiry based learning and the scientific method. It offers opportunities for use of group work and collaboration as well as whole ...

  • Digital Reporters at Camp Cardboard 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    This activity is a cross curricula activity, involving a collaborative approach, giving children to opportunity to work together on a blog. Children were encouraged to engage in group talk and discussion in the classroom ...

  • Elements of learning activity design 

    Lovegrove, E. Elizabeth) (Oxford Brookes University, 2013-08)
    A document from the JISC summarising the key aspects to be considered in designing learning activities.

  • The Elephant on the Bridge 

    Warwick, P. (Paul) (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    An interactive way of exploring this activity might be to have the children in small groups building a rope/string bridge and using a model elephant to stand on it. The children could either observe what happens and then ...

  • Encouraging Pupils to Ask Effective Questions 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    By the end of the document you should have explored some ways to encourage pupils to ask more effective questions, and think about why this is beneficial.

  • English Language Teaching 

    Not available (Tamilnadu Textbook Corporation, 2013-05)
    Designed with self-learning activities enabling student teachers to master various concepts and skills. The sourcebooks shall guide student teachers to explore library resources to reinforce their teaching strategies to ...

  • Exploring Light 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-05)
    A teacher-led inquiry into how light or dark different places are. Discussion is helped by having a large display to show a 'bar chart' of the light level, thanks to a data logging device. This lesson introduces the idea ...

  • Exploring shape and its mathematical language through sorting activities 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    Using open-ended sorting activities to explore knowledge of shapes. Exploring practical ways to introduce pupils to the language or ‘register’ of mathematical terms. Using practical activities to develop pupils’ understanding ...

  • Floors and Pillars 

    Warwick, P. (Paul) (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    Pupils work in small groups with basic supplies (exercise books and cardboard folders can be used as floors and objects from around the room as weights) to design, build and test a floor supported by toilet roll tubes. If ...

  • Force in the early years/Document 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    describe the movement of familiar things, know that pushes and pulls are examples of forces, know that forces can make things speed up, slow down or change direction and can change the shape of objects.

  • Forces in Static Situations 

    Not available (University of Cambridge, 2013-04)
    A simple explanation of the nature of forces with useful ways of defining and exploring the size and direction of acting forces.

  • Happiness for All 

    Kamat, V. (Vasudha) (National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT), 2014-04)
    Teachers should carry knowledge about its three components- creativity,right consness & courage. Content, Teachers have to ensure that the system instills the courage in the minds of students.