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The Environment as the 'Third' Teacher
Transcript of The Environment as the 'Third' Teacher
My Pinterest Board is my on line catalogue of useful resources that I use on a daily basis for inspiration and ideas around Inquiry and Play-based learning which includes ideas on use of space. It is also a great way to share resources with other team members: Bringing in elements of nature easily extends children's natural curiosity and helps them explore 'wonderings' up-close! Adapted from: Curtis, D. (2004). Creating Invitations for Learning. Child Care Information Exchange, May/June, 38-40. Using your walls to provide anchors for students to reference as they explore will help reinforce concepts and scaffold independent attempts at using information. A well-planned physical environment can be a teachers best ali! Created by: Christine Guerriero http://pinterest.com/cguerriero/inquiry-play-based-learning/