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Engaging and interacting with children Dont be the sage on the stage Research in education shows that children are learning in meaningful ways when They are engaged the lesson is of interest to them ID: 540653 Download Presentation

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Children’s meetings

Engaging and interacting with childrenSlide2

Don’t be the sage on the stage!Slide3

Research in education shows that children are learning in meaningful ways when

:

They are engaged – the lesson is of interest to them

They are interacting – with people, objects, ideas and events (learning is a social activity)

The lesson is of an inquiry nature (lots of questions from you and them)

You use well presented and highly visible resources

There is a warm, positive atmosphereSlide4

Engagement

Capture the children’s interest. Hook them in.

Make it fun/enjoyable. If it’s boring to you it will be boring to them. Likewise if you’re having fun, chances are – so will they.

Relate to the children. Find out what they know already about the topic – you can use this to relate to them during the lesson.

Use their names – acknowledge them during the lesson

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Interaction

Provide hands-on activities – allowing them to interact with focal objects/resources

Allow them to interact with ideas/problems/challenges. Think things through – come to conclusions themselves.

Allow them to interact with events in the environment

Interact

with the children

Allow

them to interact with each otherSlide6

Of an inquiry nature

Find out what the children already know about the topic (you can use it to build on during the lesson)

Ask children questions

Inspire them to ask you questions – they are finding things out

Develop their interest an

d

natural

curiosity –

so that

they want to know more.

The 5Es - Engage (ask what they already know), explore (give experiences), explain (give explanations for experiences), elaborate (help children make connections), evaluate (help children reflect/assess)Slide7

Resources

Focal tools help to focus attention and support the development of ideas

Books – make sure the pictures are visible to everyone

Pictures – flash cards, photos, paintings, drawings

Song/verse charts or presentations

Online materials – pictures, You Tube video clips, animations and

interactives

Puppets, figures, flannel and magnetic boards

Any other objects related to lessonsSlide8

A warm positive atmosphereSlide9

Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK)

Teacher knowledge:

Content knowledge (what you are teaching)

Pedagogical knowledge (how you are teaching)

The context (setting) in which you’re teachingSlide10

Content Knowledge

Know your subject material well – research/study what you’re planning to teach/share before you go. Know your story and be clear about the focus or burden you want to get across.Slide11

Developing the pedagogy (know how)

Get to know the children – build up relationships. Learn what they know already.Know your content material really well.

Engage in dialogue and feedback to suit their level of understanding.

Learn some strategies for getting attention.

Practise

them with the children.

Acquire a number of learning strategiesSlide12

Learning strategy examples

Story telling using role-play, acting out, puppets, drawing, pictures, magnetic boards, flannel graph, books, flash cardsTelling your own stories and experiences – act out

Mind mapping/brainstorming

Card games – sorting/

organising

/ordering/matching

Round robin – gathering ideasSharing with a buddy/group – e.g.Tell your

neighbour

one way you can help your mum/friend this weekSlide13

Mindmapping – brainstorming ideasSlide14
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Card game activitiesSlide16

Round robin activities

A management tool useful for generating a great number of ideas using small groups. Slide17

Point for discussion

Go in depth using mind map

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