Promoting Inquiry Learning Through Intentional Teaching and Slowmation
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Present study carried out in Perth Western Australia prioritises inclusion of science and technology related experiences in early education. The study builds on the Early Years Learning Framework which places significant importance on intentional teaching and inquiry learning. The study examines how two seemingly opposite pedagogies of play based learning and intentional teaching can be brought together in the form of numerous projects to design technically supported, inquiry based learning.
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