Making learning meaningful is important to children’s understanding of the learning concepts and the world around them. Teachers make learning meaningful when they, link new learning to children’s previous experience, relate concepts to children’s lives and provide children with hands-on learning.
What Strategies Can I Use to Make Learning Meaningful for Children?
Here are some suggested strategies and examples of what this looks like in action. There are many other ways
children’s learning can be made meaningful.
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