S672 - ESSARP goes to Colegio Ward: Visible Teaching for Visible Learning. Tailoring Thinking Routines
- Ciclo: 2019
- Nivel: Secondary
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Confirmado
- Lugar: AR467 - Colegio Ward
- Capacitador/es: Paula Fabiana Del Bretto
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Martes 24 de Septiembre
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Sworn Translator. Conference Interpreter (USAL/Appalachian State University. North Carolina, USA). Teacher Training in Higher Education, post-graduate degree (UTN). Master's degree in TEFL (FUNIBER). Post-graduate Diploma in Educational Management and Innovation (US21). I worked as a translator and interpreter for 10 years. While coordinating a translation center I started teaching at USAL (simultaneous translation) and discovered my passion for teaching at school too. I've spent the best of my days working in high school teaching Language IGCSE/ESL, Literature and Public Speaking (Colegio Arrayanes, Colegio San Esteban, Colegio St Mary of the Hills,). I also had the honor of being the head of Junior school at Colegio Arrayanes. My drive today is to keep on exploring the practices that best suit post-millennials' bright minds and share them with those who love creative teaching.
Secondary school teachers and coordinators
Explore the principles of Visible Thinking through evidence-based practices. Experience the process by implementing assorted Visible Thinking Routines. Acquire the know-how in action.
A pragmatic approach to applying Visible Thinking Routines. The class in motion; actual examples and outcomes. Train the skill through hands-on experience.
Part 1: Witness the power of Visible Thinking routines through actual class material. Part 2: Perceive how routines push "your" thinking further.
"Making Thinking Visible" Ron Ritchhart and David Perkins. "Making Thinking Visible," Educational Leadership 65, no. 5 (February 2008): 57-61.
Intelligence in the Wild David N. Perkins and others,“Intelligence in the Wild: A Dispositional View of Intellectual Traits,” Educational Psychology Review 12, no. 3 (2000): 269–93
Hattie, J. (2012) Visible learning for teachers: Maximizing impact on learning (Routledge, London).