ECRCME SHARED EXPERIENCE LEARNING BUNDLES An ECRCME Shared Experience Bundle breaks down our larger curriculum or our accomplished enriched programs into themes of resources for an educator to build their own enriched learning design. Far from a script, the combined set of resources supports an educator to do what they do best, identify and create a unique and motivating sequence of content for their tutorial student, after school program or classroom of students. REASON FOR THE MATERIALS Motivation Education’s themed bundles focus on resourcing teacher creativity to aid in the activation of student motivation that serves as a catalyst for student problem solving and outcomes. The assumption is that no teacher, who addresses the diverse needs of an individual or a group of students, uses a script. Rather they naturally move away from the “factory” approach and refine the presentation of the content to challenge their student(s). This Motivator Mapping for Educators includes THINK LIKE A CHILD, TELL TRUE STORIES AND ADD COMPLEX THINKING.
A BUNDLE’S RESOURCE DESIGN ECRCME’S shared experience is embedded in over 20 different bundled themes. This is the result of having created after school enrichment programs, summer camps and collaborative curriculum development for 20 years. Therefore, we call them “Shared Experience” resources. All our resources have been created, adjusted, and improved during programs while teaching students K-16. During each program, our staff become innovators and you will too. The materials do not narrow him or herself into one line of thought, but rather offer self-determination directly for both the educator and the youthful participants. The design allows for both the presentation of tried and evaluated materials and the open invitation for teacher creative application of resources to generate student performances within the Theory of Multiple Intelligences framework.
PLEASE NOTE that not two bundles are alike. However, a bundled learning set of resources are put together because they were effective in motivating students and teaching the content. The Motivator Maps, Teaching Assistants and digital resource links and documents gave the educator facilitator the tools to “do their thing.” We hope for nothing less than the same for you.