The Liggett Approach In Prekindergarten

The Liggett Approach In Prekindergarten

  • Student-Centered/Teacher Guided - Students find gems in the “mine” and choose their own method for finding the sum.
  • Real-World Connections - Generational bridge between students and GrandPals through The Rivers excursions.
  • Choice and Passion = Engagement - Student wonder of jewel sparkles leads to experimenting with reflection and angles using mirrors and flashlights.
BUILDING
  • Inquiry-based process and growth - Learning begins with questions, not answers.
  • Authentic Assessment - Numeral identification assessed with puzzles
  • Responsible Innovation - Use of Glow Forge to create individual letter puzzle pieces
BUILDING
  • Student-Centered/Teacher Guided - Students find gems in the “mine” and choose their own method for finding the sum.
  • Real-World Connections - Generational bridge between students and GrandPals through The Rivers excursions.
  • Choice and Passion = Engagement - Student wonder of jewel sparkles leads to experimenting with reflection and angles using mirrors and flashlights.
  • Inquiry-based process and growth - Learning begins with questions, not answers.
  • Authentic Assessment - Numeral identification assessed with puzzles
  • Responsible Innovation - Use of Glow Forge to create individual letter puzzle pieces

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