Hi Rachelle. Thank you for you reply. We value "provocation" to foster kids' engagement. I've heard that the word "provocation" means not good in origin, how do you think the difference the original meaning of provocation from educational meaning of "provocation" ?
Hello Rachelle! I love this kind of tinkering project for kids because I'm a elementary school teacher in science and informatics and that are similar to tinkerlab activities. We always think of how to engage, facilitate and generate the kids' learning process, how do you think of the adults' involvement? We always think of kids' playfulness and ownership into the projects.
Hello Sara. Your ideas and practice makes huge impact to ECD in low income children. I'm also working in "Experimental school" which introduce the inquiry-based learning and personalized adaptive learning, and we are thinking how to scale our framework. In our case, we've hit the wall "scaling with quality" problem. How do you overcome the problem in creating framework and professional development for teachers?