Waterfront regeneration and the economy

This idea will develop a knowledge and understanding of the local economy by applying learning through individual research and then sharing with peers to produce an extended piece of writing which will be presented and winning team's report will be included in school media for local community to read.

Broad Outcomes of learning

• Subject knowledge gained and enhanced e.g. how to develop skills employers are looking for, what do we mean by the local economy? 
• Enterprising skills improved by developing creativity, confidence, positive attitude; increasing motivation to learning; taking responsibility and making decisions; consideration of others through group work and discussion; raising achievement and fostering ambition 
• Developed employability skills: Communication, planning, organisation, time management, researching, co-operating, contributing, sourcing, negotiating, analysing, reporting, presenting, marketing 
• Confidence of working independently from teacher-led lessons demonstrated by setting own targets, carrying out research, negotiating resources and managing time as a group. 
• Pupils take responsibility for their learning through making decisions about assessment, roles within the group, timescales for activities, important areas of research. 
• Learners have developed 4 capacities of CfE

Relevance to curriculum

• Supports CfE Social Studies

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