2 edition of Children Learning Outside The Classroom From Birth To Eleven found in the catalog.
|Statement||Sage Publications (CA)|
|Publishers||Sage Publications (CA)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
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Sue WaiteAppendix: Some Useful Websites 'This is not a 'how to do it' fun-filled activity book of potential outside-the-classroom learning activities, it is rather a book for reflection and consideration in responding to the need for outdoor learning and key principles which should be adhered to in extending learning beyond the classroom.
2003 - B Ed Hons Early Childhood Studies with QTS - University of Plymouth• The Renaissance of Residential Experiences: their Contribution to Outdoor Learning• Making a Difference: Learning on a Grand Scale• NOW FEATURING A Companion Website with free SAGE journal articles, web links, annotated further readings, and video to help translate theory into real life practice.
Technology and its Role Outside the Classroom• A Global View of Learning Outside the Classroom - Peter Bensten, Susanno Ho, Tonia Gray and Sue WaiteSection 2: OUTDOOR PRACTICE ACROSS EARLY YEARS AND PRIMARY5.
A qualified primary school teacher, over the last 20 years, Sue has published widely in academic and practitioner journals and edited books. Roles on external bodies Board Member for:• Challenges are raised and unpacked from different angles. Lecturer and Joint Programme Lead BA Early Childhood Studies Qualifications Qualifications• Abigail Page, Myles Bremner and Rowena Passy19.
Sue Waite, Julie Evans and Sue RogersPART TWO: LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM ACROSS THE CURRICULUM FOR PRIMARY AGED CHILDRENEnglish and Language outside the Classroom• Developing whole school approaches to indoor and outdoor teaching• Sue Waite is Associate Professor Reader in Outdoor Learning in Plymouth Institute of Education at Plymouth University, investigating how place, people and pedagogies interact to support positive societal outcomes in play, learning, health and wellbeing through the great outdoors.
Dave Gurnett, Linda la Velle and Sue WaiteManaged Learning Spaces and New Forms of Learning Outside the Classroom• Karen Wickett and Valerie HugginsA Time of Change: Outdoor Learning and Pedagogies of Transition between Foundation Stage and Year One• eds Early Childhood Studies 4th ed London: Sage Waite, S.
English, Communication and Language and Language Outside the Classroom - Howard Cotton11.
A qualified primary school teacher, over the last 20 years, Sue has published widely in academic and practitioner journals and edited books.
Her in-depth research as a fellow at the University of Plymouth has charted the growth of outdoor learning for primary aged children and subsequently the many challenges we face in initiating it.
Making a Difference: Learning on a Grand Scale• Significantly revised and updated the Second Edition now includes 7 new chapters on: Methods of Assessment and Evaluation Global perspectives on Outdoor Learning Developing whole school approaches to indoor and outdoor teaching Technology and its role outside the classroom Special Education Needs and Disabilities SEND and learning outdoors Forest School The environmental sector and outdoor learning Children Learning Outside the Classroom demonstrates how the outdoor environment is enriching learning opportunities for children and deepening their connections with the natural world.