MODULE 3 aims to provide teachers with skills and competences on inclusiveness, observing the audult-child relations during a gardening practical activity and to learn from a series of hands-on workshops and tutorials, involving school pupils and community.

Learning objectives
  • to present and discuss what inclusiveness means;
  • to develop observational skills towards groups and each child;
  • to identify and implement inclusive practices in (or through) gardening activities;
  • to develop the skills and competences to help children understand, follow and monitor the plants cycle and the follow issues: daily care, observation, recognize plants and differences, use of plants, transformations, environmental issues, soil structure, time and patience;
  • to learn how to involve families and community.
The teacher will be able to
  • observe children and groups;
  • self-observe when they work with children;
  • use a variety of techniques in order to adapt the contents of gardening to the specific group and children’s needs or interests;
  • understand, follow and monitor the plants cycle and related issues;
  • implement these practices and transfer these skills in children;
  • plan and organize events and activities with families and community.
Additional reading- Tips for inclusive education

 

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