Fieldwork Education Interviews Futuraskolan International’s Maria Koutsoupaki
Feb 22 2022
We are proud of Maria Koutsoupaki, English teacher and IMYC Curriculum Coordinator at Futuraskolan International School of Stockholm.
The Knowledge Harvest is a pre-assessment that takes place in the early stages of each unit both as part of the IPC and the IMYC. It gives the students an opportunity to reveal what they already know about a subject. The teacher can, through this, more effectively plan how to go further teaching the students about the unit on an individual and group basis.
Here you can listen to her talk about The Knowledge Harvest in Practice:
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