Learning as a process of individual and group construction.
‘…children are active constructors of knowledge, competencies and autonomies… in the relationship with their peers, adults, and the environment. The construction of knowledge is a group process.’ Professor Carla Rinaldi
This seminar provides teachers, school leaders and co-educators with an interactive opportunity to explore the idea of learning as a group and to consider how this may be different to the idea of learning in a group. What processes and strategies foster the pleasure of learning as a group?
How does the relationship with peers, adults and the environment enrich and enable individual and group construction of knowledge?
For teachers, school leaders and co-educators from Catholic schools and Catholic Education Office
For further event enquiries please contact:
Tina Adamo, phone 8301 6600
DATE: Tuesday 21 July 2015
TIME: 4:15pm to 6:15pm
VENUE: Catholic Education Office
116 George Street Thebarton
Register by Wednesday 15 July 2015
Register at CESA Registration Centre: http://registrationcentre.cesa.catholic.edu.au/event-1954280
no cost \\ afternoon tea provided
All Registration enquiries to:
Giannina Taeger 8301 6641