教师赴美培训项目

  • Visit the headquarters of High Scope, a key participant in shaping the modernAmerican early education system.

  • Take lessons from and exchange ideas with experienced High Scope researchers.

  • Internalize theories by participating in High Scope workshops.

  • Tour High Scope laboratory pre-school and witness the theories being put intopractice.

  • Obtain esteemed certification of completion at the end of the High Scope training process.

  • Visit prestigious universities (Harvard University, MIT) and bask in the erudite atmosphere of Boston.

  • Tour the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, Empire State Building, 5thAvenue, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Independence Hall, White House, Congress, Lincoln Memorial, Corning Glass Museum, Niagara Falls, etc. 



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  • Itinerary
  • Children Actively Learning
  • Five Core Factors
  • Foundation Description




DAY ONE



Morning: Presentation on actively learning.


Afternoon: Presentation on planning, carrying out plans, and review.



DAY TWO



Practice, small and big group discussions.



DAY THREE



Observation: Using HighScope techniques to serve children of upper middle class families.



DAY FOUR



Morning: Presentation on adult/child interaction.


Afternoon: Practice, discuss, and compare the interaction methods of HighScope teachers and those of traditional Chinese teachers.



DAY FIVE



Observation: Using HighScope techniques to serve children of families with low income.


DAY SIX



Morning: Presentation on small group discussions.


Afternoon: Teachers practice helping students of different development levels in the same activity.



DAY SEVEN



Observation: Using HighScope techniques to serve children of single-parent families.



DAY EIGHT



Morning: Presentation on big group discussions.


Afternoon: Continuation of the presentation.



DAY NINE



Morning: Presentation on student evaluation.


Afternoon: Practice using evaluation tools and online reports to understand evaluation results.



DAY TEN



Morning: Presentation on using HighScope techniques.


Afternoon: Evaluating adult students' learning abilities through group discussions.



“幼儿主动学习”("activelearning")自著名教育专家皮亚杰首次提出后, 已经成为全世界主流学前教学模式的核心理念。HighScope 公益教育基金会在上个世纪六十年代基于皮亚杰的“主动学习”教育理念首创了实践该教育理念的教学模式。

经过40多年的研究和实践, HighScope基金会不仅论证了该教学模式对幼儿在学习内驱力和兴趣,语言发展,解决问题能力,和社交能力等方面发展的高效性, 也通过40多年在50万个教室的实践积累了一整套帮助幼儿园落地该教育理念的教学模式和课程体系。该体系在经历了几十万个教室的论证证明是高效的和实用的。

“幼儿主动学习”教学模式包含5大要素,13个教学实践模块, 32个儿童发展评价点,58个关键发展经验点, 以及数百个项目认证评价关键点。 




HighScope Active Learning Includes Five Core Factors



Material



The lessons provide sufficient, diverse, and fitting material for engaging the children's different senses.



Practice



Children handle, observe, combine, and alter the material and formulate their own thoughts. Through direct physical contact with these resources, they are able to learn on their own.



Choice



Children develop thought and interests and recognize their needs through choosing their own materical and playmates.



Children Language and Thought



Chilren describe their actions and their understanding. When they are thinking about their actions and are planning to learn something new, they are communicating with or without language.


Adult Support



"Eagle's Nest" means adults support and challenge children's current thought ability in order to further develop them. Through this method, adults can help children obtain information and develop the ability to come up with creative ways to problem-solve.

     HighScope is committed to promoting high-quality early education for children and youth worldwide. To achieve this goal, HighScope engages in the following activities, supporting educators and parents as they help children learn:

  • Develops early childhood curriculum components for

    • Infant-toddler care and education

    • Preschool education

    • Early literacy

    • Movement and music

    • Elementary education

  • Offers research-validated assessment tools, including instruments for both child assessment and program assessment

  • Provides training for preschool and elementary teachers and administrators

  • Publishes curriculum materials, books, and videos

  • Presents an annual International HighScope Conference for teachers and teacher-trainers

  • Operates a Demonstration Preschool in Ypsilanti, Michigan, which serves children in the local community and provides a model of "HighScope in action" for visiting educators


Mission and Vision


      HighScope Educational Research Foundation is an independent nonprofit research, development, training, and public outreach organization with headquarters in Ypsilanti, Michigan. HighScope's mission is to lift lives through education. They envision a world in which all educational settings use active participatory learning so everyone has a chance to succeed in life and contribute in society. 


历史


    HighScope was established in 1970 by the late David P. Weikart, PhD (1931-2003), who started the organization to continue research and program activities -- including the Perry Preschool Project -- he originally initiated as an administrator with the Ypsilanti public schools. The name "HighScope" refers to the organization's high purposes and far-reaching mission. Dr. Weikart retired from HighScope in December 2000. Lawrence J. Shweinhart, PhD, served as the President of the HighScope Foundation from 2003-2013 when he retired. Cheryl Polk, PhD is the current President of the HighScope Foundation.



拓展


      

      HighScope's research-validated preschool education approach is used throughout the world, and International Institutes for the dissemination of HighScope materials and ideas are located in the UK, Indonesia, Ireland, Mexico, South Africa, The Netherlands, Chile, and many other countries. 


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