Roamer Offers Teaching Strategies for All
Roamer can support Early Years to High School teachers across most subjects. It flexibility makes it useful in formal and informal learning; it works with gifted, remedial or special education. To see how it can help you check the tabs and various links.
Success of an interactive exhibit in a museum needs to meet a number of criteria. It provides a challenge that:
Roamer and some Roamer activities can meet these criteria.Roamer in the Museum of Science Boston
Play and Learn
Supports Best Teaching Practice
Roamer is a tool. While it is simple to use it exemplifies best teaching practice. The principles of Assessment for Learning (AfL) provide a practical way of managing lessons while meeting the demands of a curriculum, but allows students the freedom to think, express their creativity and imagination and follow lines of enquiry that excites their interest. Valiant pioneered the use of AfL and educational robots and structured their free activities to support these principles.
All this makes Roamer an excellent tool for trainee teachers to use.
- Select Tab Group
- Group 1
- Early Years, 5 to 7 Years, 7 to 9 years, 9 to 11 years
- Group 2
- 11 to 13 Years, 13 to 15 Years, 15 to 18 years, Special Education
- Group 3
- Home Schooling, Code Clubs, Remedial Classes, Gifted and Talanted
- Group 4
- After School Clubs, Enrichment Programmes, Summer Camps, Special Events
- Group 5
- Museums, Home Users, Teacher Training