Using Learners as a resource in the Maths classroom
Welcome to Using Learners as a resource in the Maths classroom!
Provider no. 11840
5 CPTD Points
Completion time: 6 hours over 4 weeks
This course follows on from USING LEARNERS AS A CLASSROOM RESOURCE and shows how to apply Gardner’s theory of Multiple intelligences, Vygotsky’s Zones of Proximal development and Rogoff’s Apprenticeship Learning methodologies in the Mathematics and Science classrooms. The emphasis is on practical, usable methods which can make an immediate difference in learner understanding and engagement of maths and science.
|Introduction to Using Learners as a resource in the Maths Classroom||00:00:00|
|Vygotsky’s Theory of Zones of Proximal Development|
|Vygotsky’s Theory of Zones of Proximal Development||00:00:00|
|The process of teaching|
|The Process of Teaching||00:00:00|
|Methods of using learners as a classroom resource|
|Methods of using learners as a classroom resource||00:00:00|
|Peer Mentoring Groups||00:00:00|
|Inverted pyramid groups||00:00:00|
|Jigsaw or Expert Groups||00:00:00|
|General guidelines for Group Work|
|General Guidelines of Group Work||00:00:00|
|Assignments for Using learners as a resource in the maths classroom||00:00:00|
|Using learners as a resource in the maths classroom- Question 1||7, 00:00|
|Using learners as a resource in the maths classroom- Question 2||7, 00:00|
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