Child led learning

This makes so much sense it’s crazy. Thanks Stephen Heppell

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An Anglia Ruskin graduate with a genuine interest in action research in life and in education. A keen cook and an industrious parent who is determined to build his own outdoor bread / pizza oven.
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One Response to Child led learning

  1. Great post,
    You really put some really good ideas and resources together. The video by S. Heppell really puts together a lot of great data proving a hybrid of the constructivist ,connectivist open inquiry based learning approach. This really echoes my educational approach to learning being at a PYP school. However, I am trying to move my kids closer towards a more open ended inquiry process. The PYP structure is a bit to structured in my opinion. The structure is great at the lower grade to really be able to apply the model and release idea of teaching.

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