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  • Author:
    Marilyn Mason,Jeremy Hayward
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    Hodder Murray; Spi edition (May 30, 2000)
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    114 pages
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Items related to Exploring Ethics: Activity-Centered Teaching to. .Jeremy Hayward and Gerald Jones are experienced teachers of Philosophy and Religious Studies

Items related to Exploring Ethics: Activity-Centered Teaching to Develop. Jeremy Hayward; Gerald Jones; Marilyn Mason Exploring Ethics: Activity-Centered Teaching to Develop Thinking About Values. ISBN 13: 9780719571817. This photocopiable "Teacher's Resource Book" meets two important needs: it provides tried and tested strategies for teaching Ethics at Advanced level. Jeremy Hayward and Gerald Jones are experienced teachers of Philosophy and Religious Studies. Jeremy Hayward is a lecturer at the London Institute of Education, where he is subject leader for the PGCE in Citizenship Studies.

Introduction to GCSE Philosophy, Religion and Ethics The Moral Dilemmas used are taken from 'Exploring Ethics: activity Centred Teaching to develop thinking about values' by Hayward, Jones and Mason Good luck and I hope you enjoy it! Please note this is i. LP format so i. LP format so it cannot be opened unless you have Activstudio software.

This is serious fun which teaches us not what, but how, to think about ethics.

By Jeremy Hayward, Gerald Jones and Marilyn Mason. John Murray pound;35. With ethics cropping up on all sorts of syllabuses, such as citizenship, PSHE, philosophy and critical thinking, Exploring Ethics has arrived not a moment too soon. It is based on the premise that the best way to teach the subject is through structured activities such as games and role-plays. This way ethics is about thinking through dilemmas and the principles that underlie them. This is serious fun which teaches us not what, but how, to think about ethics.

by Jeremy Hayward, Gerald Jones, Marilyn Mason . ISBN 9780719571817 (978-0-7195-7181-7) Softcover, Hodder Murray, 2000. ISBN 9781903606148 (978-1-903606-14-8) Hardcover, Bluebird Books, 2004.

Students explore the many ways that people have fun around the world. Students Creating Their Activities. From time to time the teacher may assign the group to create some revision or engaging activity for their peers on the topic of the lesson. During the discussion, they may come to the subject of celebrations. They usually come up with guessing games, broken telephone, crossword puzzles, etc. When students create their own games, they get more involved and enjoy the learning.

Collaborative learning is an approach to teaching and learning that involves groups of students working together. The hats symbolize 6 main ways of thinking about a problem: Information, Emotions, Discernment, Optimistic Response, Creativity, and Process Management. They might be working towards solving a problem, creating a project, or just completing a task. Inspiring teachers! Skyteach. This strategy is great for developing students’ critical thinking skills and getting them involved in speaking. With the help of hats, even the shyest teens will feel more comfortable as they can act according to the role without sharing their personal views. Present a question or a problem.

Exploring Ethics: Activity-Centered Teaching to Develop Thinking About Values.

Developing Learner-Centered Teaching offers a step-by-step plan for transforming any course from teacher-centered to the more engaging learner-centered model. Filled with self-assessments and worksheets that are based on each of the five practices identified in Maryellen Weimer's Learner-Centered Teaching.