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What are provocations exactly?

18 December 2017

Provocations use a range of items that can be linked together by children or provide a jumping off point for where their imaginations can take them. (Durand, 2016). In our case, KG2 learners conducted a tour in the school community to visit the workplaces and to get introduced to the community helpers and the roles they performed, asking them about their roles. After they completed the tour, they drew out what they learned from the community helpers, some chose to draw the Secretary, some chose the Janitor, other chose the Helpers or the Librarian, Teachers and the list goes on. Upon reflection on this activity, they realized that there are many people that play different roles around the school community and that provoked their curiosity towards knowing what roles are found not only in the school but also in the entire other communities.

Nesrine El-Hariri - KG 2 Homeroom Teacher - Preschool Department