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A Handbook on Experiential Education. Pedagogical guidelines for teachers and parents

Gianina-Ana Massari, Florentina-Manuela Miron, Violeta Kamantauskiene, Zeynep Alat, Cristina Mesquita, Marina Tzakosta, Jan Karel Verheij, Tija Zirina (editori)

Data apariției: 26.11.2018

Domeniu: Filosofie şi Ştiinţe sociale / Educaţie

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ISBN: 978-606-714-494-9

Nr. pagini: 259

Format: 17 x 24 cm.

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Lucrarea, editată în limba engleză, se constituie într-un demers de investigare teoretică și practică a strategiilor de instruire din perspectiva educației experiențiale. Scopul acestei lucrări vizează furnizarea unor instrumente teoretico-practice utile specialiştilor în educație timpurie și învățământ primar prin dezvoltarea componentei practic-aplicative, ca suport pentru desfăşurarea de activităţi educaționale și de cercetare în vederea adaptării permanente a demersului instructiv la specificul și exigenţele societăţii contemporane. Având în vedere schimbările multiple la nivel curricular, autorii dezvoltă paradigme ale formării viitoarelor cadre didactice și introduc necesitatea activităţii de proiectare, implementare și evaluare a activităţilor de instruire prin învățare experiențială, contribuind astfel în mod direct la îmbunătăţirea strategiilor didactice interactive.

Foreword (Violeta Kamantauskiene); PART A. GENERAL FRAMEWORK ON EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: Chapter 1. What Is Experiential Learning? (Gianina-Ana Massari, Florentina-Manuela Miron):1.1. General Assumptions and Constraints on Experiential Learning; 1.2. Characteristics of Experiential Based Learning; 1.3. Principles of Experiential Learning; 1.4. Stages of the Learning Experience Process; 1.5. The Role of the Teacher in Experiential Learning; 1.6. The Role of Children into Experiential Learning Process; 1.7. Integrating Experiential Learning in Teaching Process; Chapter 2. Overview of Conceptual Foundations on the Experiential Based Learning: 2.1. Instructional Models for the Experiential Learning Theory (Gianina-Ana Massari); 2.2. Dewey’s Foundations for the Experiential Based Learning (Cristina Mesquita); 2.3. Implications of Vygotsky’s Ideas On Learning Process (Gianina-Ana Massari); 2.4. Bruner’s Conceptual Contribution to the Experiential Based Learning (Cristina Mesquita); 2.5. The Jean Piaget’s Perspective (Rosa Novo); 2.6. Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory (Gianina-Ana Massari); Chapter 3. Citizenship and 21st Century Education; 3.1. An Overview of 21st Century Skills Education (Jan Karel Verheij, Frank Van Herwaarden); 3.2. What Kind Of Citizens Is Needed In The Netherlands In The 21st Century? (Gerben De Vries); Chapter 4. Different Approaches of Experiential Education: 4.1. The Reggio Emilia Approach (Marina Tzakosta); 4.2. The Highscope Approach: Learning through Action (Cristina Mesquita); 4.3. Pedagogy in Participation or Mem (Luis Castanheira, Rosa Novo); PART B. INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH REPORT ON EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING APPROACHES: Chapter 5. International Research Report On Experiential Learning Approaches (Zeynep Alat, Kazim Alat, Violeta Kamantauskiene, Gianina-Ana Massari, Florentina-Manuela Miron, Cristina Mesquita, Marina Tzakosta, Jan Karel Verheij, Tija Zirina); Annex. Teacher Practices Questionnaire; PART C. EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENTIAL BASED LEARNING DEVELOPED IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES: Chapter 6. Case Studies On Experiential Education In Kindergarden (For Children Aged 3 To 6): 6.1. Teaching Mathematics In An Experiential Way (Athena Alexopoulou, Eleftheria Beteinaki, Xrysa Derzekou, Moscha Kapsali, Marina Tzakosta); 6.2. Three Little Piglets and a Wolf (Marija Tolpežņikova, Dace Brinka, Daniela Anda Postņikova, Anete Plūme); 6.3. Magic Scissors (Raimonda Sadauskienė, Asta Kochanskienė, Lina Vaišvidienė); 6.4. Volcano (Raimonda Sadauskienė, Asta Kochanskienė, Lina Vaišvidienė); 6.5. Experiential Learning Project “Friendly Vegetables” (Renata Grigelionytė, Edita Martinkėnienė); 6.6. Experiential Learning Project “I Care About Our Nature” (Edita Martinkėnienė, Renata Grigelionytė); 6.7. The Smart Games (Renata Grigelionytė, Edita Martinkėnienė); 6.8. Experiential Learning Activity “Math Outdoor” (Renata Grigelionytė, Edita Martinkėnienė); 6.9. Enrich Outdoor Education by ICT (Frank Van Herwaarden); 6.10. Winning the Race (Alice Alves); 6.11. Germinating Seeds (Alice Alves); 6.12. Experiential Learning Project in Early Childhood Education: Floating Raisins (Gianina-Ana Massari, Elena Lungu); 6.13. Geometrical Shapes through Outdoor Learning (Gianina-Ana Massari, Liviu-Alexandru Calfa); 6.14. Experiential Learning Project in Kindergarden: Invisible Ink (Florentina Manuela Miron, Maria-Alexandra Budău); 6.15. Healthy Life Style (Kazim Alat); Chapter 7. Case Studies On Experiential Education In Primary School (For Children Aged 7 To 12): 7.1. How The “Refugee Issue” Helps Children Become Citizens Of The World (Athena Alexopoulou, Eleftheria Beteinaki, Xrysa Derzekou, Moscha Kapsali); 7.2. Three Little Piglets And How They Built Their Houses (Marija Tolpežņikova, Dace Brinka, Daniela Anda Postņikova, Anete Plūme); 7.3. A Beautiful World. Noun Plurals (Neringa Marcinkevičienė, Aušra Burbienė); 7.4. Happy Geometrical Shapes (Gitana Rackauskiene, Neringa Marcinkevičienė, Aušra Burbienė); 7.5. From People Planet Prosperity towards Involved Citizenship (Gerben De Vries); 7.6. Researching About Space, Astronauts, Planets and Stars (Inês Silva, Cristina Mesquita); 7.7. Experiential Learning Project In Primary School: Let’s Count Outdoor! (Gianina-Ana Massari, Liviu Calfa); 7.8. Architectural and Environmental Issues as Experiential Learning Activity (Gianina-Ana Massari, Liviu Calfa); 7.9. Experiential Learning Project in Primary School: Bean's Diary (Florentina Manuela Miron, Liviu Calfa); 7.10. Experiential Learning Project In Primary School: Build A Parachute! (Florentina Manuela Miron, Gabriela Cercelariu); 7.11. Experiential Learning Project in Primary School: Wind Power (Zeynep Alat, Kazim Alat); Part D. Instead Of Conclusions: Chapter 8. Advocacy For Experiential Learning – Abc Guidelines To Teach For Experiential Learning (Gianina-Ana Massari)

Gianina-Ana Massari is Associate Professor at Department of Education Sciences, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, and coordinator of the Early Childhood Education Master program at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania.
Florentina-Manuela Miron is Senior Lecturer at Department of Education Sciences, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania.
Violeta Kamantauskiene is project coordinator at J.Vienozinskis Faculty of Arts; Kauno College University of Applied Sciences, Lithuania.
Zeynep Alat is a Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Education, Ege University, Turkey. She has a Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies with a concentration on Early Childhood Education, at Indiana University School of Education (USA).
Cristina Mesquita is Associate Professor at Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal.
Marina Tzakosta is Associate Professor of Language Development and Pedagogics of the Preschool Child, Faculty of Education, University of Crete, Greece.
Jan Karel Verheij is coordinator on Education at Marnix Academie, University for Teacher Education, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Tija Zirina is Prof. Dr. Pysch. At Faculty of Pedagogy, Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy, Lithuania.