Offener Unterricht Werkstattunterricht und eine selbst erstellte Werkstatt als Reflexionsgegenstand

Author: Robin Köhler
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 365610302X
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich Sachunterricht, Heimatkunde (Grundschulpadagogik), Note: 1,3, Universitat Erfurt, Veranstaltung: Ganzheitlich didaktische Konzepte der Welterschliessung am Beispiel, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Werkstattunterricht ist eine Grundform Offenen Unterrichts, was Offener Unterricht ist, was er in den Anfangen war und welche Qualitatskriterien und Ziele er verfolgt, wird Bestandteil der ersten Kapitel dieser Arbeit sein. Uberleitend wird daruber berichtet, woraus sich Werkstattunterricht entwickelte, welche Voraussetzungen, Vergleichsmoglichkeiten und Ziele in diese Unterrichtsform eingeschlossen sind und wie Experten wie Werner Wiater versuchen diesen zu definieren. Abschliessend werden meine eigenen Erfahrungen als leitende Lehrkraft reflektiert, einige wesentliche Vor- und Nachteile aufgefuhrt und die Entscheidung daruber getroffen, ob Werkstattunterricht die Voraussetzungen bietet um zu einem wesentlichen Bestandteil meines Berufes zu werden."

The Elementary Teacher s Big Book of Graphic Organizers K 5

Author: Katherine S. McKnight
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111841666X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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100 ready-to-use graphic organizers that help elementary students learn Graphic organizers are a powerful metacognitive teaching and learning tool and this book features 100 graphic organizers for teachers in grades K-5—double the number of any other book on the market. These graphic organizers can be used as before learning, during learning, or after learning activities, and support students' learning in the major content areas: English language arts, science, social studies, and mathematics. Teachers can use each graphic organizer as-is or customize for their own classroom's unique needs. Tips for classroom implementation and information on how the tool supports learning A Difficulty Dial that indicates the complexity of each graphic organizer Two Student Samples demonstrating how the organizer may be used with younger and older students This book gives teachers in grades K-5 a powerful way to help students understand relationships between facts, terms, and ideas.

The Leonardo Effect Motivating Children To Achieve Through Interdisciplinary Learning

Author: Ivor Hickey
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136732489
Format: PDF, Mobi
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'Children learned more in a week than they normally would in a term' Fiona Loudon, Head Teacher 'The pupils were captivated by the excitement, a captivation that in turn led to an increase in literacy levels, self-motivation and cooperative learning' Emer Vance, Teacher and Scott Vance, Head Teacher The Leonardo Effect ties together the whole primary curriculum by demonstrating the ways in which art and science can be integrated, allowing children to build up both skills and knowledge. It also equips teachers to teach in a more creative and inspiring manner improving children’s engagement and attainment. The method aims to excite children’s curiosity and to capture their imaginations, igniting a passion for self-motivated learning. Divided into two parts, the first section consists of overview chapters written by lecturers in Education who describe The Leonardo Effect’s unique method of integrating art and science in detail, and the outcomes achievable. Part two comprises a series of illustrated case studies contributed by teachers and head teachers who have embedded The Leonardo Effect in their schools, found it has transformed their curriculum, and has been positively evaluated by inspectors. These case studies deal with: literacy; creativity; disaffected learners; learners with special needs; school leadership; and assessment. This book is based on the experiences of researchers, teachers and school leaders who tested The Leonardo Effect in primary schools throughout the British Isles. It has been shown to transform children’s learning and raise attainment. Feedback from the schools demonstrates how it enhances teaching and learning. The Leonardo Effect is ideal for students and practising teachers, curriculum developers and academics working in the field of education.


Author: Peter Stamm
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 159051811X
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Peter Stamm's best-selling debut novel, Agnes, now available for the first time in the United States. "Write a story about me," Agnes said to her lover, "so I know what you think of me." So he started to write the story of everything that had happened to them from the moment they met. At first, he works with Agnes to create a narrative that is most true to life, but as time passes and he grows more enamored with the narrative he has begun, he continues writing on his own, imagining a future for them after he reaches the present. Happy couples do not necessarily make for compelling reading, and as Agnes sees the unexpected plot he has planned for her, the line between fiction and reality begins to blur. In this unforgettable and haunting novel Stamm incisively examines the power of storytelling to influence thought and behavior, reaching a chilling conclusion.


Author: Bill Harrison
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781519587688
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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How2Focus: The Hitters Zone features narrative stories of interactions with numerous MLB players regarding effective techniques and approaches to improve your performance. Insights are given on the early training and development methods used by Hall of Fame star GEORGE BRETT that resulted in an approach which set him apart from other players. What worked with George initially in the 1970's is still helping players today. Included in the book are never before told stories and insights about how superstar BARRY BONDS became a visual genius; insights are shared on how SHAWN GREEN was able to perform in the zone and achieve great performance levels as hit seven home runs in a three-game span; background is provided on how Jason Giambi learned how to use visual control to maintain supreme confidence; BRADY ANDERSON's ascent from a .225 hitter to an All-Star as he learned to take advantage of a vision plan is reviewed; the early background and development of Kansas City Royals great MIKE SWEENEY is shared; you will learn from the up and down cycles experienced by SEAN CASEY as he became one of baseball's all-time hitters; insights on how CARLOS BELTRAN brought his friend CARLOS DELGADO who turned his career around from a downward spiral into an MVP candidate after placing a different emphasis on his efforts to recover his missing talents. You will learn how to develop and use a plan that will help you control your concentration and stay focused on a consistent plan. This unique instructional and historical book will help you learn a usable focus progression from the moment you step in the box until you either make contact with the ball or take the ball properly. Learn to do it consistently and you will have consistent quality at-bats.

Software Systems for Astronomy

Author: Albert R. Conrad
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461470587
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This book covers the use and development of software for astronomy. It describes the control systems used to point the telescope and operate its cameras and spectrographs, as well as the web-based tools used to plan those observations. In addition, the book also covers the analysis and archiving of astronomical data once it has been acquired. Readers will learn about existing software tools and packages, develop their own software tools, and analyze real data sets.