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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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 • Communication and language from children • Adult support
Learning grows from the child’s direct actions on thematerials.
Children have opportunities to manipulate, combine & transform chosen materials.
Children communicate needs, feelings, discoveries, and ideas through: • Motions • Gestures • Facial expressions • Sounds • Words
Adults value, attend to, & encourage the child’s communications & languagein a give & take manner.
Adults establish & maintain trusting relationships with each child in their care
Adults recognize & encourageeach child’s: • Intentions • Actions • Interactions • Communications • Explorations • Problem Solving • Creativity
The ingredients of Active Learning • Materials • Manipulation • Choice • Communication and language from children • Adult Support
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.
Manipulation? Not Much
Choice? Not much
Communication& Language from Child? Not really
Adult Support? Yes
Adult Support ? Yes
Active Learning Practice it with your infants and toddlers!