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Transcript: Created by Natalie Guden Professional Development product Theme 1 Theme 1: Student Choice and Voice Is Valuable Joyful, Illiterate, Kindergarteners of Finland This article taught me the importance of play within the classroom. Play is vital to young children. By offering more time and options in regards to play time in the classroom, the students will be exposed to more learning opportunities through hands-on experience. evidence from the article School officials are believing that there is not enough time for play in the classroom and it should be banned. In Finland, play within their Kindergarten classrooms is highly valued. Teachers provide their students plenty of options when it comes to play. They have two main options: indoor and outdoor. Wherever a child decides to play there will a variety of options for them to choose from as well. Through play, children can develop their language, math, and social-interaction skills. Play allows children to learn with joy. evidence from the article, cont. link to article: sudbury valley school This article taught me that students should be given some freedom to make their own choices. Teachers can allow student choice in their classroom by giving options for assignments. Students can also voice their opinions and make choices when it comes to classroom rules and discipline. Sudbury Valley School is a free school where students choose their own path and destiny. The students can do whatever they like as long as it follows the school's rules and guidelines. As long as students stay for a minimum of 5 hours, they can arrive at whatever time works best for them. evidence from the article Timeline #1 #2 This school allows students to gain confidence, make friends, and overall be treated like humans. Students are "learning in the trenches". Whole school meetings and pupil empowerment give students a voice within the school. They learn that it is okay to make mistakes. evidence from the article, cont. Timeline link To video This article taught me that it is okay to voice your opinions. I also learned that it is also okay to teach your students to voice their own opinions, if they do it respectfully. It is important to stand up for what you believe in. Encouraging educator courage Teachers need to dig deep, be courageous, and should not be afraid to speak up if they feel fit. Students should be aware that it is okay to talk passionately about subjects they care about. Democratic decision making allows students and the teacher to get together and voice their own thoughts and opinions while coming to a collaborative decision. Evidence from the Article Link to article This article taught me that there are plenty of alternatives to traditional schooling. Even though I plan on teaching the traditional route, this option is great for students who want to learn through interactive life experiences. what are the results of unschooling Unschooling is not homeschooling. There is no curriculum and there is no teachers. This article was a study that was conducted to see how children who were unschooled were doing currently. Many people who participated in this study say they ended up getting a job in the creative arts or entrepreneurship. Unschooling allows children to explore their own interests at their own pace. evidence from the article Link to article This article taught me the importance of taking risks. Even though teachers are supposed to look out for the well-being and safety of their students, it is important to remember not to overprotect your students. rough housing and climbing trees According to new research, children who are adventurous and take risks may be healthier physically and mentally than those children who are more sheltered. Free range parenting has become protective and sheltered parenting. Children have become less active than in the previous decades due to overprotective parenting. evidence from the article Children are less likely able to deal with failure and decision making if they are shielded from the world. Children could become more scared or reckless in the future because they were never able to test their own limits when they were younger. The government has strict parenting policies that may influence parents with fear to be more overprotective with their children. Evidence from the article, cont. link to article This article taught me the importance of flexible seating. Students who choose where they want to work may be more successful because they are working in the area that works best for them. Classroom Physical Space Flexible seating is another example of choice

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