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Be Prepared For The Future Serik Yunus Emre Anadolu Lisesi Serik – Antalya - Turkey
How do you create an appropriate learning environment? When will it be most important for you to offer direct instruction? When is discovery most important? What are your expectations and how can you best communicate them? --No one technique will fit all needs--
So, what are the keystones for a creative teaching/learning armosphere?
You need to inspire and stir your students organize and design a creative classroom perform creative activities during courses BUT HOW? 100s
Inspiring your students (IS) IS 1: ENCOURAGE MULTIPLE VIEWPOINTS If theres always a definitive right and wrong in your classroom then there wont be much room for creative thought. Encourage multiple viewpoints and different ideas, even if they dont always match your own.
IS 2: HIGHLIGHT DIVERSITY If your students come from a range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds, then take advantage of this diversity and highlight ideas and values from each of their cultures. Its not only educational, but it helps to show them that theres more than one way to do things.
IS 3: QUESTION ASSUMPTIONS Dont just go with the status quo! Be willing to question common assumptions and encourage your students to have the same kind of inquisitiveness as well.
IS 4: ASK OPEN QUESTIONS As simple as it is, asking students questions can be an amazing tool in getting them to think creatively. Just make sure the questions are open enough to allow them to come up with their own answers and not feel bound by your expectations.
IS 5: FIND PERSONAL MEANING Helping students to connect their ideas to their own experiences and emotions can make projects take on a deeper meaning and may just encourage a whole other level of creativity.
IS 6: LET STUDENTS SHOW OFF THEIR WORK Students at any age love having their work shown off, whether in the classroom or in the hallway. Give students to opportunity to show what they can do to their peers.
IS 7: HIGHLIGHT EXEMPLARY STUDENT WORK When students do a good job, make sure they know how impressed you are. This will give them motivation to keep up the great work.
Designing a Creative Classroom (CC) CC 1: ALLOW MISTAKES Not every creative idea will be a success, but that doesnt mean it wasnt useful or valuable. In fact, some early mistakes have served as the basis for some pretty great things later on. Analyze and work through mistakes instead of treating them as failures.
CC 2: HELP STUDENTS IDENTIFY AND PLAN FOR OBSTACLES Nothing worth doing is ever easy, and students will undoubtedly encounter obstacles during their creative work. Help them to see these as opportunities not roadblocks by creating plans of action and workarounds together.
CC 3: INCORPORATE THE ARTS The most traditionally creative subjects are in the arts, but these can be incorporated into just about any lesson, whether math, science, or history. Find ways to bring music, drawing, creative writing, and other arts into a wider range of lessons in your classroom.
CC 4: AVOID DEMONSTRATING A RIGHT WAY Creative thinking is the result of thinking outside of the usual way of doing things. Dont present a right way to do things up front, ask students to solve the problem on their own. You cant have independent thinkers without a little rebellion.
CC 5: INVOLVE STUDENTS IN MAKING THE RULES The rules in your classroom will make a lot more sense and be more respected by students if they play a role in setting the guidelines for the class, within reason, of course.
CC 6: DECORATE YOUR CLASSROOM Cool bulletin boards, displays, plants, posters, and other materials can turn a hum- drum space into one that gets your students thinking and being creative
Carrying out Creative Activities (CA) CA 1: BRAINSTORM Whether you work on it alone or with others, brainstorming can be a great way to get your creative juices flowing. Let your mind roam and dont expect every idea to be a winner.
CA 2: USE TECHNOLOGY Technology is an amazing tool for boosting creativity. It can be used to find ideas, brainstorm, and even create final products. The possibilities are endless, so dont count it out when working on creativity.
CA 3: GET OUT OF THE CLASSROOM The best lessons sometimes take place outside of the classroom. Interesting field trips or even just a walk outside of the school can help students to learn things in a new and exciting way.
CA 4: USE PUZZLES AND GAMES When students are having fun, they often forget theyre learning. Puzzles and games can challenge them to think creatively but also provide entertainment that will make them more motivated to keep learning and working.
CA 5: USE MIND-MAPS Mind maps can help students to use a central idea and expand creatively on it.
CA 6: ROLE PLAY Being able to think how another person would think or react is a great way to get the mind working and being creative.
CA 7: BUILD A STORYBOARD Storyboarding asks students to use their imaginations to tell a story in pictures, a form of communication they may not use every day.
CA 8: RETHINK FAILURES Sometimes, an idea that didnt pan out can be the best place to start over. Help students to return to failed ideas and figure out ways to retool and repurpose what they already have.
CA 9: FLIP IT AND REVERSE IT Turning a situation around can be an interesting way to keep students on their toes. It will show them multiple viewpoints and require some creative thinking.
CA 10: CONNECT IDEAS Everything your students learn is connected in some way. Help them to make connections between subjects and to find creative links in their knowledge.
CA 11: RETHINK LITERATURE The classics are great, but sometimes theyre hard for students to relate to. Come up with new ways to approach them through images, modernizations, or other interesting ideas.
CA 12: ASK STUDENTS TO SOLVE REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS A lot of the things students learn in school seem useless to them, which can sap their interest. Combat that problem by asking them to use what they know to solve real-world problems.
CA 13: TELL STORIES Everything becomes more interesting when a story is attached to it. Even math can be related to a story if you get creative.
CA 14: INVOLVE ALL THE SENSES Learning can be a multi-sensory experience when you embrace everything from touch, to taste, to smell in your lessons.