Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Ivor Hickey and Deirdre Robson|
|LC Classifications||LB1564.G7 L46 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415604833, 9780415604840, 9780203817919|
|LC Control Number||2012022485|
This book is based on the experiences of researchers, teachers and school leaders who tested The Leonardo Effect in primary schools throughout the British Isles. It has been shown to transform children’s learning and raise attainment. Feedback from the schools demonstrates how it enhances teaching and learning. The Leonardo Effect: Motivating Children To Achieve Through Interdisciplinary Learning. London: Routledge, COPY. 'Children learned more in a week than they normally would in a term' Fiona Loudon, Head Teacher 'The pupils were captivated by the excitement, a captivation that in turn led to an increase in literacy levels, self-motivation and Cited by: 1. The Leonardo Effect: Motivating Children to Achieve Through Interdisciplinary Learning. The Leonardo Effect.: G. Ivor Hickey, Ivor Hickey, Deirdre Robson. Routledge, - EDUCATION - . The Leonardo Effect. An amazing £5, had already been raised through the sales of a new book on the history of the company. A further £3, was raised for the school by the “Leonardo Fitibitters”, who undertook a marathon-length sponsored walk along the Water of Leith.
T he Leonardo Effect: Enabling children to achieve their full learning potential. The Leonardo Effect allows children to creatively develop ideas and to become more confident as collaborators and contributors. By giving wings to children’s curiosity and allowing teachers to be more creative and flexible in the classroom, it stimulates learning and enables children to make connections across the learning . The Leonardo Effect combines science and art to enable children to achieve their full education potential. It allows children to creatively develop ideas, to become more confident as collaborators and this is helping produce outstanding results in schools. It stimulates autonomous learning and enables children to make connections across their learning landscape. The Leonardo is a new kind of museum that combined science, technology, and art in experiences that inspire creativity and innovation in our visitors. E S, Salt Lake City, UT The Leonardo Effect: Motivating Children To Achieve Through Interdisciplinary Learning - Ebook written by Ivor Hickey, Deirdre Robson. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Leonardo Effect: Motivating Children To Achieve Through Interdisciplinary Learning.
This book is based on the experiences of researchers, teachers and school leaders who tested The Leonardo Effect in primary schools throughout the British Isles. It has been shown to transform children's learning and raise attainment. Feedback from the schools demonstrates how it enhances teaching and learning. The upbeat report was tempered, however, by the observation that the Leonardo effect is a costly process - funding was provided by the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) - and might be too expensive to run in the long term. The book is divided into two sections. Section 1 consists of a series of chapters written by education lecturers who describe innovative approaches to the curriculum which make the integration of art and science possible, and the outcomes achievable under The Leonardo Effect. Each manual in the Leonardo Collection explores a single subject matter, but taken together they create a comprehensive survey of drawing and painting useful for artists of all levels and abilities who want to expand their knowledge and skills. Each book/volume measures 24 cm wide by 34 cm high, with 36 pages including the cover.