Intentional teaching involveseducators being thoughtful,purposeful and deliberate in their decisions and actions. Intentional teaching is an active process and a way of relating to the children that embraces and builds on their strengths.
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What is intentional teaching in early years?
Intentional teaching is an active process and a way of relating to the children that embraces and builds on their strengths. When early years educators, and teachers, use intentional teaching practices, they take an active role in children鈥檚 learning.
What makes a good intentional teacher?
Intentional teachers need a range of pedagogical strategies, an understanding of how children learn, and knowledge of children鈥檚 individual learning capabilities and processes. Teachers also need to recognise children鈥檚 intentions and be in tune with their interests so that curriculum is co-constructed rather than teacher-determined.
How can we embed intentional teaching practices into the preschool setting?
These topics of learning and the intentional teaching practices have given the educators opportunities to embed ongoing practices into the preschool setting, including red and green choices, where the pre-schoolers have helped create, and have access to a visual guide to support them in their behaviour choices in the room.
Is intentional teaching incompatible with non-directive teaching?
While not entirely incompatible with intentional teaching, these approaches position the teacher as facilitative, non-directive and reactive, focused mainly on establishing and maintaining the learning environment, which makes teachers and teaching less visible.