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POWERFUL PROVOCATIONS: SCENARIOS

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POWERFUL PROVOCATIONS: SCENARIOS

Powerful Provocations: Scenarios: Ideas, examples and background information on planning for, setting up and reflecting on scenario provocations.

Scenarios are great opportunities to test, experience explore and dig deeper into skills, knowledges, ideas and perspectives. Developing and setting up a scenario involves moving learners out of their everyday routine, into new situations. Turning your learning space into a museum can be a great way to provoke thinking and curiosity at the start of an inquiry, or it can be used in the middle of an inquiry to reinvigorate thinking and attitudes.

Scenario provocations are a powerful way for students to explore a range of perspectives within a topic.

BENEFITS FOR YOUNGER LEARNERS:

Scenarios can be used to support play-based learning. If you have the chance to do more than one scenario provocation, students can reflect on different ways play is used to help them explore the real world and learn how to transfer and adapt skills to a variety of situations.

Reflecting on play based tools and strategies used in problem solving, can build real life skills in a meaningful and authentic context. The skills and strategies can be reflected on and developed over time and then re-tested in other ‘real’ situations.

BENEFITS FOR OLDER LEARNERS:

Scenarios can be used to develop an appreciation of how one’s perspective or role can influence how information is received and interpreted, as well as exploring some of the complexities of a situation that may appear more black and white when just read about or discussed.

Includes details on

  • Provocation- definition
  • Scenario inquiry can look like
  • Agency opportunities
  • Powerful Provocations background
  • Creating a museum provocation
    • Safety
    • Ethical Considerations
    • Planning
    • Resources & preparation
    • Physical Space
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • Collaboration and transdisciplinary connections
    • Reflection
    • Scenario ideas and examples