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HighScope’s. Active Learning. What is it? What does it look like?. This RCMA Power Point presentation was created by Peggy Janitz and Ana Neuhauser Updated Summer, 2013. There are five ingredients in Active Learning:. Materials Manipulation Choice

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    1. HighScope’s Active Learning What is it? What does it look like? This RCMA Power Point presentation was created by Peggy Janitz and Ana Neuhauser Updated Summer, 2013

    2. There are five ingredients in Active Learning: • Materials • Manipulation • Choice • Communication and language from children • Adult support

    3. Using pictures and words,let’s take a look at Active Learning.

    4. Active Learning: Materials

    5. There are many age-appropriate materials.

    6. Children can use the materialsin a variety of ways.

    7. Learning grows from the child’s direct actions on thematerials.

    8. Active Learning: Manipulation

    9. Children have opportunities to explore with all their senses.

    10. Children have opportunities to manipulate, combine & transform chosen materials.

    11. Active Learning: Choice

    12. Children choose what to do.

    13. Learning happens when children follow their own interests.

    14. The opportunity to choose activities and materials is essential.

    15. Active Learning:Communication and Language from Children

    16. Children communicate needs, feelings, discoveries, and ideas through: • Motions • Gestures • Facial expressions • Sounds • Words

    17. Adults value, attend to, & encourage the child’s communications & languagein a give & take manner.

    18. Active Learning: Adult Support

    19. Adults establish & maintain trusting relationships with each child in their care

    20. Adults recognize & encourageeach child’s: • Intentions • Actions • Interactions • Communications • Explorations • Problem Solving • Creativity

    21. The ingredients of Active Learning • Materials • Manipulation • Choice • Communication and language from children • Adult Support

    22. The 5 ingredients of Active Learning will help to: • Build an environment of trust. • Encourage autonomy. • Reward initiative. • Help infants and toddlers learn and flourish.

    23. One more time,the sample activities.

    24. Bunny Activity

    25. Materials? Some

    26. Manipulation? Not Much

    27. Choice? Not much

    28. Communication& Language from Child? Not really

    29. Adult Support? Yes

    30. Active Learning with Bunnies

    31. Materials? Yes

    32. Manipulation? Yes

    33. Choice? Yes

    34. Communication & Languagefrom the child? Yes

    35. Adult Support ? Yes

    36. Active Learning Practice it with your infants and toddlers!