learning scenario on collaborative work-towards a healthy school/city

Are you looking for inspiration to introduce collaborative teaching and learning in your classroom? Check out this Learning Scenario on Collaborative work – Towards a healthy school/city, which has a focus on collaborative learning, and is intended to help you design meaningful learning activities using innovative pedagogical approaches. This scenario aims to give you some ideas of the type of learning approaches, activities and even content you might wish to cover when designing your own collaborative learning lesson plan.

Successfully organising productive collaboration between students in which each person contributes according to their strengths is a challenge and an approach that may be unfamiliar in many schools. This scenario is designed to develop students’ skills as members of collaborative teams and to understand and practise the different roles in them: Team Leader – planning the activities and helping each team member complete their work, Team Reporter – reporting on the team’s progress and individual progress, Organiser – organising the online tools, meetings and webinar, Lead Researcher – leading most of the research. 

The competence development takes place through a cross-disciplinary activity based around the biology curriculum: the healthy city or healthy school, a controversial issue, which young people are interested in and can identify with, and which fits within the curriculum. 

Here you can find an empty Learning Scenario Template, originally developed within the Creative Classrooms Lab project. This learning scenario template can help you reflect and design your own learning activities. 


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