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Timeline Learning Circles Children's Rights 2018

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Timeline Learning Circles  2018

 

1. February 12 –  March 04      

Introduction 

 

Before we start to learn and work together, it is nice to know who everyone is.

Once you have access to the wiki, you can start editing your own school page.

There's a page for every class or group.

 

We will also make an introduction to children's rights. 

If you click on the name of your school, you can start the first phase.

Good luck!

 

 

2. March 05 – April 01  

Challenges

 

We will start exploring the topics on Children's Rights and present the challenging assignments. Use your school page to report on conversations in your classroom and share your work and stories. 

Students can make their own choices in the assignments and use all creativity and knowledge to share contributions.

Created movies, pictures, texts, songs, poems, raps, drawings, works of art, designs, interviews, research, presentations, etc. will be visible to everyone.
All participants are able to give and receive feedback and learn with and from each other. 

 

 

3. April 02 – April 29   

Questions and Answers

 

In the first week of this phase, every class creates a good question about Children's Rights for the other participants in the Circle. Classes can be divided into groups to answer all questions in the weeks after. In this way, students from different schools can work closely on the same question.


Answers will be posted in the wiki (with a video, song, text, presentation, photos, etc.) and can be discussed in Skype meetings and in social media, to share insights from different perspectives.

 

 

4. May 14 – June 03

Completion: 

 

On Monday morning May 14th the final phase starts. Until Friday June 03 there's time to work on your Completion. We are all curious about your letter and your 'eye-openers'.

 

Evaluation:

With your feedback, we can improve our Learning Circles and make the next even more successful.

 

From May 14 – June 03:  Students are also working individually on a peerScholar assignment

 

Based on the experiences in this Circle, students will write a letter to UNICEF using peerScholar, and give feedback on the work of three peers. In an amazing process of peer learning students reflect on their own and their peers' letter. With constructive feedback from three classmates in the Learning Circle, each student can improve their work. That's the way to learn together!

 

 

 

 

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