Why do boys feel the need to create weapons, look for challenge and risk and how can we support this need in a motivational learning environment? This course will explore how to create positive learning spaces that enable boys and kinaesthetic children to thrive both indoors and outdoors. It is designed to look at current research and strategies to support boys’ sense of identity and wellbeing and to extend their shared sustained thinking.
Explore how to create a positive and stimulating indoor and outdoor learning environment that enables boys to thrive. Apply our understanding of learning styles and brain development to daily practice. Identify the adults role in motivating boys to learn through challenge and risk.
You will be able to:
- Identify action points to enhance your learning environment to benefit boys.
- Review and set targets to improve learning and teaching practice that meets boys needs
Identify how to develop your role in boys self-initiated play
Publications by Claire Warden to support the course:
Training Toolkit – Boys
Fascination Series – Whittling, Charcoal, Puddles
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