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Shifting the focus of learning to students’ hands

Piaget and Montessori, two famous educational researchers, were advocates of student-centered learning.

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In Geography this week, we decided to pick up that baton and shift the focus of learning to students’ hands. IGCSE Geography investigates the methodology of pro and anti-natalist policies, which create population growth or decline respectively.

Looking at China in the 1970s and 1980s, and France in the 1980s, four teams of learners embarked this week on researching the origins and modern day implications of the policies in their lessons. Enthusiasm and energy as well as some adaptive group work skills were evident as our ambitious students aimed to create the best posters to feedback to their classmates.

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