Welcome to EPE 215 Dr. Garth Pickard Professor OFFICE: ED 379 ADDRESS: Faculty of Education University of Regina 3737 Wascana Parkway Regina, SK Canada S4S 0A2 PHONE: 1-306-585-4529 FAX: 1-306-585-4880 E-MAIL: email@example.com http://education.uregina.ca/pickard/
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ADDRESS:Faculty of EducationUniversity of Regina3737 Wascana ParkwayRegina, SK CanadaS4S 0A2
Introduce the experience of education through the physical
Hand out the course of study and review the goals and expectations
Discuss the concept of the Learning Classroom
Answer initial questions or concerns
Unique learning environments
Meaning: Interdisciplinarity occurs when disciplines intermesh and collaborate among themselves.
The notion provides students with an opportunity to create and pursue interdependent, innovative teaching which does not fit into traditional disciplinary categories.
"experiential education is a process through which a learner constructs knowledge, skill and value from direct experience."
Spiritual wellness does not just “happen”. It requires time and attention. Unless it is nourished and exercised regularly, it will not be there to support us when we need it to counteract cynicism and despair. How do we go about getting in touch with our core and developing into spiritually healthy beings? A first step is to create an atmosphere that invites spiritual development. Time must be set aside to be quiet – for solitude, reflection, and meditation.
Albert Einstein said, 'Learning is experiencing. Everything else is just information.' His insight suggests that we must experience our learning by using our complex sensory systems. Our species has an innate need to see, touch, taste, feel, and hear the features of any new object in order to understand it better," (Wesson, 2002).
What kind of “stuff” do you think should be in a gymnasium classroom?
Understanding Human Movement Through Education (HMTE)
Outline of Review Thursday, January 29 2009
Completed “HMTE” Tuesday, February 24 2009
Developmental Learning Experience
Outline of Review Thursday, February 26 2009
Completed Developmental Learning Experience Thursday, March 31 2009
Mid-Term Period Review Thursday, February 26 2009
Final Period Review Scheduled prior to examination week
What do you wish for the children you teach to learn for the rest of their lives?
What could and should be used to support this learning?
How do you create a sequential and development learning experience for such learning to occur?
Fun and active
Games, games, games . . .
Bring your stories to class next time.
We will meet in the Gymnasium 1 Classroom
We will be active, therefore dress accordingly and have appropriate foot wear.
Be prepared to take notes and participate in discussions.