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Facilitating Classroom Centers-Lesson 5

Projects & Planning Lesson 5
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Luciana Pacheco

on 28 September 2013

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Transcript of Facilitating Classroom Centers-Lesson 5

Planning & Projects
Luciana Pacheco
Lesson 5

thank you!
Luciana Pacheco

What is FACILITATION?
Teacher's Role
Before the Center
FACILITATING AROUND CLASSROOM CENTERS
PLAN TO HAVE DISCUSSIONS NOT
lectures

The Role of the Teacher Facilitator
Develop group dynamics
Help accomplish a task
Develop process skills
Avoid giving out too much information
Challenge their thinking
ASK QUESTIONS!!!
Routine Discussions
" not lectures"
remember the 4Ps
pause
paraphrase
probe for specificity
pursue positive intentions
CLASSROOM
SET UP TO
FACILITATE LEARNING
Teaching skill
"THE TOOL"
that is central to
Problem Based Learning
HELP THEM DISCOVER NEW WAYS
on the side...

Social Negotiation of Meaning
is an important part of the
-problem solving team-

FACTS are only FACTS when the group decides they are
Progressive Education:
can be traced as far back as to the works of John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
“truth and knowledge…

are out of observation and experience
rather than manipulation of accepted
or given ideas “ ... children must have concrete experiences in order to learn.

(Locke as cited in Hayes, 2007, p. 2).
model instruction
give responsibilities
only one center should require your "half" attention!
Starts small...
BOOK CENTER
ALWAYS AVAILABLE
Multifunctional
a second opportunity to record main themes of your lessons
start small
directed
free
small projects out of worksheets
relate them to your units
Start small
Reference
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