DAY NURSERY IN MOTION

 

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LEARNIG SITUATIONS IN MOTION IN THE AREA OF EDUCATION

 

 

 

 

 

Learning in motion has long been present in many elementary schools. Various forms of combinations of cognitive learning and motion dominate the classroom every day. It is useful and helpful for children if there would be a close connection between school and day nursery and accordingly full-day care. There are on the one hand similarities and on the other hand differences as well that need to be observed.

 

 

 

 

 

Selected areas of education:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mathematics

 

 

 

Communication

 

 

 

Natural Sciences

 

 

 

 

 

Completed by:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cross-Departmental Projects

 

 

 

Homework Help

 

 

 

 

 

Overarching goals:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

additional information access through motion

 

 

 

to feel, exercise, experience something about motion / over the body

 

 

 

to learn, detect, understand something about motion

 

 

 

to express, design something through facial expressions, gestures, body language

 

 

 

to communicate something scenic

 

 

 

to form, create, change something through motion

 

 

 

to open up something a bit by class walks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optimization of information processing

 

 

 

indicate approval or disapproval by motion

 

 

 

to practice or classify something when throwing a ball

 

 

 

to talk, solve problems, gather information or to remember something and write it down at the working place when walking through the room

 

 

 

switch places and practice something

 

 

 

apply different postures while working

 

 

 

 

 

Literature:

 

 

Müller, Chr. (2009). Bewegter Hort. Meißen: Unfallkasse Sachsen, S. 59-82, S. 114-133.

Müller, Chr. (2003a). Bewegtes Lernen in Ethik. Klassen 1 bis 4. St. Augustin: Academia.

Müller, Chr., Ciecinski, A. & Schlöffel, R. (2003b). Bewegtes Lernen in Englisch. Anfangsunterricht in der Grundschule. St. Augustin: Academia.

Müller, Chr. & Engemann, M. (2003c). Bewegtes Lernen in Kunst. Klassen 1 bis 4. St. Augustin: Academia.

Müller, Chr. (Hrsg.). (2006). Gesamtausgabe Bewegtes Lernen Klasse 1 bis 4. Didaktisch-methodische Anregungen für die Fächer Mathematik, Deutsch und Sachunterricht. (3. Aufl.). St. Augustin: Academia.

Müller, Chr. & Mende, J. (2009). Bewegtes Lernen in Musik. Klassen 1 bis 4. St. Augustin: Academia.

Müller, Chr. (2010). Bewegte Grundschule. Aspekte einer Didaktik der Bewegungserziehung als umfassende Aufgabe der Grundschule. (3. Aufl.). St. Augustin: Academia.