Thursday, September 07, 2006

A world to explore, study and express


When students are given the time and encouraged to notice the small scale events in their environment questions emerge to become the basis for intensive integrated studies and expression - this case art. But what is expressed must be done well - it represents the result of learning for the individual student -something to be proud of. Posted by Picasa


Anonymous said...

Such a lot of things to explore in the immediate environment but students are too rushed, at home and school, to stop and notice.

Great art!

Anonymous said...

Schools were planned as specialised learning 'factories' that cut chidren off from their natural environment - only early education and primary schools have made any effort to change the paradigm since the 70s