Informal Learning and Field Trips: Engaging Students in Standards-Based Experiences Across the K-5 Curriculum (Paperback)Leah M. Melber (author)
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Based on constructivist philosophy and inquiry learning, the author shows teachers how to develop lessons that align with content standards while focusing on the treasures housed at informal learning sites.
The book provides numerous sample lesson plans and activity suggestions and includes information for:
o Structuring field trips
o Developing corresponding classroom activities
o Building partnerships with informal learning sites Incorporating museum-type activities into the classroom when a trip is not possible.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 450 g
Dimensions: 279 x 215 x 10 mm
"This great resource for both teachers and administrators demonstrates how to gain more meaning from field trips and includes rubrics that make it easy to assess student learning. This book proves that just as much, or more, learning can be achieved when not in a classroom setting." -- Mark Johnson, Principal and Curriculum and Assessment Facilitator
"Very useful in providing logistical advice, lesson planning ideas, curricular integration, and Internet resources. The particular attention to methods of implementing constructivist learning for each content area is especially helpful." -- Pender Kimball, Director
"Provides straightforward, thoughtful, necessary information of which all teachers should be aware. The grade level activities with objectives, standards, and procedures are so thorough and easy to follow that they are a godsend to busy teachers." -- Kael Sagheer, Former Teacher
"A solid resource for educators and professionals to helping K-5 students get the most out of a field trip. Step-by-step procedures, a wealth of resources, and wisdom garnered from hands-on, practical experience make for an invaluable supplement to any K-5 teacher's reference collection." -- Library Bookwatch, March 2008
"An excellent set of interrelated lesson plans using field trips as a foundation for exploring new experiences." -- The Bookwatch, June 2008
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