3. how will you organise learning co dev toolkit - resource gr.l(ep)

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3. how will you organise learning co dev toolkit - resource gr.l(ep)

  1. 1. HOW will you organise learning? 9 Out-of-school learning as a component of the curriculum What does ‘out-of-school learning’ mean in the context of the big picture? As a component of the curriculum in the big picture, ‘out of school’ refers to learning situations and experiences that learners have outside of school. it involves schools considering how best to build on the learning, knowledge, understanding and skills that young people bring with them to the school setting. What maximises the impact of out-of-school learning on learning in school? We have found that: Other schools have found the following. - Finding out about learners’ out—of—school interests and incorporating them into activities in school can make learning in school more relevant and interesting. 0 Celebrating learners’ achievements in out—of—school activities such as music and sport increases their motivation and self-esteem, with a knock—on effect on their learning in school. 0 Making links with clubs, organisations, teachers and coaches in the community helps teachers to find out about and build on learning out of school, and vice versa. Do we make the most of out-of-school learning? Do we make the most of the potential for pupils’ out—of—school learning to have an impact on their learning in school? Could we improve the effectiveness of this component of the curriculum? © Qualifications and Curriculum Authority

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