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For kids ages 8 -14, our WGCU Curious Kids space is a one-of
Transcript of For kids ages 8 -14, our WGCU Curious Kids space is a one-of
For kids ages 8 -14 our WGCU Curious Kids space is a one-of-a-kind learning environment for kids to choose from four to five activities that let them explore, experiment, write, create, design, or build. From fashion to construction, from music to IT, there is something for every kid. Parents are excluded from the space, so the older kids can be challenged in Curious Kids while adults explore other parts of the museum.
What is the purpose of the Curious Kids space for our guests?
Break from parents and siblings
What is the purpose of the Curious Kids space for staff?
Break from other programming to manage and enhance the CK space with your own voice!!!
How to we support our guests?
The Constructivist Approach
A cognitive and social learning theory
Learner's construct knowledge out of their own experiences
Share and Brainstorm
Share some CK challenges and how to address them
Brainstorm 3 new activities to bring to CK
Curious Kids Exhibit Facilitation Guide
Golisano Children's Museum of Naples
1. Learning is an active process in which the learner uses sensory input and constructs meaning out of it. Active Learners!
2. People learn to learn as they learn: learning consists both of constructing meaning and constructing systems of meaning.
3. The crucial action of constructing meaning is mental: it happens in the mind. Reflective Activity!!
4. Learning involves language: the language we use influences learning.
5. Learning is a social activity: our learning is intimately associated with our connection with other human beings, our teachers, our peers, our family as well as casual acquaintances, including the people before us or next to us at the exhibit. We are more likely to be successful in our efforts to educate if we recognize this principle rather than try to avoid it.
6. Learning is contextual. We learn in relationship to what else we know, what we believe, our prejudices and our fears. Learning is active and social!
7. One needs knowledge to learn: it is not possible to assimilate new knowledge without having some structure developed from previous knowledge to build on. The more we know, the more we can learn. Therefore any effort to teach must be connected to the state of the learner, must provide a path into the subject for the learner based on that learner's previous knowledge.
8. It takes time to learn: learning is not instantaneous. For significant learning we need to revisit ideas, ponder them try them out, play with them and use them.
9. Motivation is a key component in learning. Not only is it the case that motivation helps learning, it is essential for learning.
Principals of Learning
What is the takeaway?