A Positive Reflection Loop is a student-centric relationship building exercise that reflects on the students’ feedback within the community. In this case care starts to become measurable against the students’ positive experiences within the community and continuously feeds the loop.
This article illustrates the importance of listening to students’ voices and the powerful learning that can happen when allowing them take the lead.
This article shares how using the mannequin challenge was a creative and fun way to share learning in a Primary Years Programme classroom. It was also a good way to ensure that students practice active listening skills and extend their knowledge.
Your school has gone through authorization and received an official report. What’s next? This article explores how one school has used the authorization report to create a clear and actionable 3-year timeline that is shared and reviewed with the learning community.
This article explores how students took ownership of the Model United Nations (MUN) experience in the primary division as a going further from their unit under ‘How we organize ourselves’.
In this article you will learn how to use the Responsive Classroom practice of morning meetings in the primary years programme class.