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Learning involves acquiring knowledge or skills, which must be stored in the brain for future use. Thus, your experiences and learning continually shape and mold your brain. Factors like genetics, nutrition, environment, and experiences influence this complex process.

The theory of Multiple Intelligences provides a powerful framework for understanding diverse learners and enhancing their educational experiences. In this course, educators will explore how different types of intelligence impact learning and discover practical strategies to cater to individual strengths.

Intrinsic motivation arises from within, like a gentle flame glowing in our hearts. It’s the urge to engage in an activity purely because we find it rewarding. The behavior itself becomes its own satisfaction.

Extrinsic motivation, on the other hand, is like a compass guided by external forces. We perform behaviors not for the inherent joy they bring, but because we seek rewards or wish to avoid punishment.

Self-directed learning is a process where individuals take charge of their own learning experiences, actively seeking out knowledge, skills, and understanding independently. It empowers learners to be more autonomous and responsible for their educational journey.

Imagine a learning environment where autonomy, collaboration, and creativity thrive—a space where students become reflective problem-solvers and adaptable thinkers, perfectly suited for a world of constant change and emerging technologies

In the context of democratic education, adults play vital roles in fostering informed, engaged, and democratic citizens. 

Sociocracy plays a significant role in democratic schools, fostering collaborative decision-making and empowering students, teachers, and staff.

This module presents three approaches to conflicts, violence, aggression and violation of the rules. Those are worldwide recognised and applied approaches, used in many spheres of life and society. Their application in schools is proven to be a successful way of handling with conflicts and difficult situations between different members of the school community. 

In large classes, implementing democratic education principles requires thoughtful planning and intentional strategies. Here are practical ways to manage democratic principles within a sizable classroom.

By seamlessly integrating indoor and outdoor spaces, educators create a holistic learning environment. The environment becomes a shared experience, documented and shared with parents and caregivers. As the “third teacher,” it empowers children to explore their interests and learn from their surroundings.

In summary, the environment isn’t just a backdrop—it’s an active participant in children’s learning journeys. Let’s embrace its potential and create rich, inspiring spaces where curiosity thrives!

The environment plays a pivotal role in shaping this process, making learning meaningful and engaging. But what does it take for the environment to become the “third teacher”?

In a democratic school, teachers play a pivotal role in fostering an environment that nurtures active citizenship, critical thinking, and collaboration. Here are some insights on how teachers can develop their soft skills within this educational context.

Promoting inclusion is not just a responsibility—it’s an opportunity to shape active citizenship and contribute to a more equitable society.

Schools as open communities and the impact of open schooling on children.


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