Here is the overview of the finalised Active Learning Items. The download pages has the full Learning Item package, items in other languages, results from other classes and possibility for reviewing and commenting on the item.
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Pupils will investigate the water use in their own household, what are water sources used, which source is use for which purposes and how much water is used for the various purposes. Based on their observation they will discuss how they can improve the use of water.
Pupils will learn how diarrhea spreads when hygiene is not optimally practiced. They will then prepare a list of possible diarrhea spreading pathways in their own area. After consolidating the list on the school, they will take use the list to register pathways at home. When summarizing the results the class will discuss how disease spreading pathways can be broken in practice.
Pupils build rain gauges and measure precipitation over a month. Data is collected and presented in graphs and compared with government data. Finally, the amount of rainwater to be handled in sewers and channels in the local area is estimated and climate adaptation options are discussed.
Here is the overview of DRAFT Active Learning Items, i.e. items that have got some level of description in a community effort, but are not yet finalised. You are welcome to add to these drafts in the links, so they can become closer to a final stage.
- Correct, there is none yet! :-) You are most welcome to contribute the first one!
On this page you can propose that someone develop an Active Learning Item and see what is already proposed. If you feel like it, you are most welcome to write a draft Item based on on of the proposed titles and descriptions. Or you can send a new Item, fx one you have already used in your teaching.
Already proposed items:
- Correct, there are no proposals yet! :-) You are most welcome to propose the first one!
All scool teachers in the world are welcome to use the Active Learning Items on this platform. It is all for free!
and use them with your students as much as possible - and share it with you school colleagues!
to the community, when you have used an item and share your class results and experiences with the community
for Active Learning Items
that may improve the project. Write also if you or your organisation are interested in getting more involved in the DIAL# project.
We would very much like to hear from you, who have interest in the DIAL# platform and project. In fact, about several different things, as you see here.
It is an important part of the DIAL# project that the Active Learning Items can be shared between teachers all over the world so we get a critical number of people that are ready to participate actively in the exchange and development of good Learning Items. Therefore a wellfuctioning translation between many languages is being develped. For the moment there are two different ways translation is done.