Two Year 9 pupils were recently selected to take part in a piece of interesting research involving kinesthetic learning. The Kinesthetic Teaching & Learning Project was funded by the European Union and enabled the pair to travel to Vilnius, Lithuania, to present their research findings on how effective kinesthetic methods of teaching are to pupils’ outcomes. The pupils presented two thought-provoking methods for teaching History and Geography to the delegate of teachers, and also gave an outstanding presentation about the culture and diversity of Great Britain to the Lithuanian pupils.
The project, which included schools from five other countries, including Turkey, Portugal, Romania and Cyprus, also enabled pupils to experience the cultural aspects of both the host and the other participating countries.
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