Jessica's Mind Map - Mind Map

Jessica's Mind Map Mind Map
 
 
 
 

Jessica's Mind Map - Mind Map

23 days ago by: Jessica Fotenas
 
 
  • Kindergarten
    • Image of the Child
      • Time
        • Inquiries can emerge at anytime. They don't have to be planned with a season.
        • Take the time to listen to the questions and wonderings that the children have.
        • Give children lots of time to carry out the inquiry. They can last for months and extend into other inquiries.
      • Space
        • You don't have to have your space perfectly planned on the first week of school.
        • Should look natural and home like. Not like a toy shop.
      • Materials
        • Should be organized in a way that promotes the way they can be used.
        • Can be collected and don't have to cost money
    • Personal Research
      • THINQ Kindergarten Inquiry-based Learning in the kindergarten Classroom
        • Curiosity and wonder in learning diagram (Represents that learning is ongoing, fluid, recursive, iterative and non-linear)
        • The 3 common traits Diagram (All Inquiry experiences share three common traits)
      • "What the heck is inquiry based learning?" Article written by: Heather wolpert-Gawron https://www.edutopia.org/blog/what-heck-inquiry-based-learning-heather-wolpert-gawron
        • 1) All children develop questions they are hungry to answer.
        • 2) Research the topic using class time.
        • 3) Have student present what they have learned.
        • 4) Ask students to reflect on what worked and what didn't
          • Idea
      • Loose Parts: Inspiring play in young Children by, Lisa Daly, Miriam Belgovsky & Jenna Daly
        • The stages of Symbolic Play with loose parts and their importance.
    • My Learning experience
      • My idea of what is beautiful and necessary my not be what is needed.
      • The classroom is created for and by the children. They should be part of it's evolution.
      • Loose parts can be added to every center in the classroom. They can be collected throughout the year and stored for future use.
      • Always start with what students are learning and ask them thought provoking questions like...
        • How do you know ?
          • Idea
        • What will happen next ?
        • What materials did/will you use?
        • How long do you think that will take ?
        • Why did you choose this area?
          • Why did you choose this area of the classroom ?
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