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|Other Titles:||Innovative Pedagogy Practice in Jenaplan Schools: Reflecting from Alternative Education|
Ming-Yi Lou, Robin Jung-Cheng Chen
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
This study aims to understand innovative pedagogy, and its teaching effects echoing from alternative education. The study took Jenaplan school as example, discussing the characteristics and applications of innovative teaching in Jenaplan school. After analysis and induction, the study concludes that the innovative pedagogy of Jenaplan school were analyzed as follows: I. Through the four distinctive activities: dialogue, play, work and celebration. They realize student-centered innovative pedagogy perspective. The four activities are arranged alternatively with flexible schedule and space in daily courses. II. The curriculum design focuses on self-regulated learning and cooperation with multi-age groups. Under the interaction of the two elements, students develop self-regulated learning from multi-age groups, and the learning groups develop mutual-help and cooperative multi-age groups to enhance internal motivation and group dynamics. III. Jenaplan teachers are the group leaders. They always emphasize on the creation of context and group atmosphere, with careful guidance and trust to support students. They have multiple kinetic energy with macro-thinking and excellent planning and organization ability to give freedom and responsibility for students to build their in-class participation.
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