What sets an excellent learning experience apart from a mediocre one?
The ability to solve problems in creative ways!
Geography learners at Union High School were recently tasked with planning a commercial farm on a specified landscape provided to them.
The lesson was simulation-based and required learners to plan the lay-out of their ideal farm by applying content recently covered in class with regards to valley climates, river management systems and factors to take into account when making decisions on establishing a settlement.
They could then present their effort to their respective groups and negotiate the best possible solution. Each group then made a final presentation to the rest of the class.
The young geographers had loads of fun applying their newly acquired knowledge.