8 edition of Learning Through Children"s Eyes found in the catalog.
December 15, 1999
by American Psychological Association (APA)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
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This book is one of many in a “think about” series. It is the perfect children’s book about eyes to begin your learning and to ignite a child’s desire to want to learn more.
We began our unit with this book. Learning tends to be theorized, in research and curriculum practice, from the perspective of the known and seen, as is apparent in the idea that learners intentionally “construct” knowledge.
We need to ask, however, how students who do not know the learning object (what the teacher wants them to know) can orient towards this unknown, unseen, and therefore unforeseen by: 2.
The goal of this book is to help educators “see” schooling through the eyes of students. Because we know that relationships between educators and children are essential for this “seeing” to occur, we embed this powerful idea in trusting relationships.
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When teachers play, they learn to see the materials and their possibilities for learning through the eyes of a child. This book illustrates clearly that play is part of planning developmentally appropriate curriculum.
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