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Bihać, 2017.

IMPRESSIONS ON STUDY VISIST TO UK PRESCHOOLS Manchester, 11-12 July 2017. Sveučilište u Mostaru Fakultet prirodoslovno-mtematičkih i odgojnih znanosti. Bihać, 2017. Posjetili smo:. Forest school Alexandra park (Children’s learning Community) Primary school. Forest school.

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Bihać, 2017.

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  1. IMPRESSIONS ON STUDY VISIST TO UK PRESCHOOLSManchester, 11-12 July 2017.Sveučilište u MostaruFakultet prirodoslovno-mtematičkih i odgojnih znanosti Bihać, 2017.

  2. Posjetili smo: • Forest school • Alexandra park (Children’s learning Community) • Primary school

  3. Forest school • Forest school is an example of an alternative approach to learning and upbringing. • Teachers / educators apply an explicit individual approach, where chilren independently decide about teaching topics and activities. The result is a very dynamic schedule.

  4. Forest school • This teaching system does not apply the system of punishments and rewards, only the children will be confirmed if they have achieved the goal. Children are usually only warned of the possible outcomes of making certain decisions ... they point out that they are careful when taking certain actions. Their goal is to develop empathy and intrinsic motivation in children.

  5. Forest school • Different generations are in the same space. • Children are placed in the woods so they can experience different weather conditions, where they can improve the relationship with nature and learn in the open.

  6. Forest school • Children are encouraged to find knowledge, to develop communication in the absence of modern technologies. • The role of the educator and the teacher is a coordinating one, and a diminished emphasis on traditional approaches to learning and teaching

  7. Forest school • Through the practice of our Student practice it has been established that the system of punishments and rewards exists in institutions of early and pre-school education, but through the study programs from Pre-school Pedagogy 2, Pre-school Education Methods 1, 2 and 3, and Concepts and Approaches in Pre-school Education.

  8. Students are preparing for: • the application of contemporary educational practices that include: awareness of the consequences of their behavior, with praise in order to encourage children's self-confidence, motivate them to work, a positive self-image ...

  9. The Alexandra park • is a unique, non-profit preschool and school organization. The role of the organization is to stimulate the intellectual, social and emotional development of the child by enabling each child to independently determine the direction of his learning to his own interests.

  10. . The Educators working with children.... • organize activities that consist of options for selecting activities. Future educators devise at least three activities to make the children have a choice by which they want to engage in activities in accordance with their preferences, abilities and current interest.

  11. The role of... • educators is to be a planner, organizer, promoter, coordinator. • The purpose of the educational process is to develop all abilities (intellectual, emotional, social, cognitive, development of thought, memory, attention, work and moral upbringing ...).

  12. The aim of the organization is to develop through play, projects, increase awareness of responsibility, communication and experience while respecting the wishes of the child, to become respected and responsible members of society. Great attention is given to the child as an individual, which encourages increased self-confidence.

  13. Regarding the relationship with the parents, nothing is considered if the child is not present and thus develops the child's trust and sense of security. The organization highlights a democratic approach with the inability to freely choose food and bilingualism.

  14. The Primary school • attend children from the age of five to high-school. The organization stands out with a spatial connection, there are no classic classrooms but a unique object divided into sections that are not separated rooms.

  15. The Primary school • The children and teachers creativity is noted and exhibited at every step, both in corridors and in parts designed for individual groups. It is technically and didactically very well equipped.

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