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Saša Kregar, Simona Slavič Kumer, Radovan Krajnc

Circulatory system complete learning designs Heart functioning LDS learning design Transport system

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SCIENCE-Circulatory system – Transport system – Heart functioning (Primary School, Eighth Grade)

Learning Designs

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02 Oct. 2017

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• Students identify their pre-knowledge by means of a questionnaire. • Students discuss learning intentions and success cri-teria and set up their personal learning goals. • In groups, students plan the research process. • They write their research plan in Mahara Learning Journal. • Students give feedback to their peers regarding their research plans. • Students carry out the research. They review theo-retical background of the topic. • They upload the report of the research in Mahara Learning Journal
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Patterns with Olympic rings

This Learning Design focuses on patterns (12–14 years). This math content is part of the updated Slovenian curriculum for Mathematics as a new content from the 1st grade until the last (9th) grade. This Learning Design can be used as a template for

Language: English
Author of resource: Amela Sambolić Beganović and Jerneja Bone

ATS2020 Learning Design template

This document is the ATS2020 Learning Design Template. It includes some general information and general description of the Learning Design, the Macro level and the Micro-level with My Learning Journal.

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Author of resource: Cyprus Pedagogical Institute
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