D445 - Active Teaching for Active Learning
- Ciclo: 2021
- Nivel: Distance
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Terminado
- Lugar: Distance
- Capacitador/es: Mercedes Perez Berbain
El curso elegido no admite nuevas inscripciones
Colegios Afiliados No arancelado
Centros de Examen ARS 9000.00
No afiliados ARS 9000.00
|1||05 Apr 2021 - 11 Apr 2021||Sesión a distancia|
|2||12 Apr 2021 - 18 Apr 2021||Sesión a distancia|
|3||19 Apr 2021 - 25 Apr 2021||Sesión a distancia|
|4||26 Apr 2021 - 02 May 2021||Sesión a distancia|
|5||03 May 2021 - 09 May 2021||Sesión a distancia|
Capacitador/esMercedes Perez Berbain
Mercedes Pérez Berbain is teacher educator and researcher; former lecturer in Teaching and Learning and Teaching Practice at I.S.P. Joaquín V. González and I.E.S. en L.V. Juan Ramón Fernández. She holds an MA in Education with Distinction from Oxford Brookes University, UK and a degree in Education and ICT from The Ministry of Education in Argentina. She has been training teachers both in Argentina and in the UK for more than 20 years. She is an OUP, ESSARP and Pilgrims (UK) trainer. She has written teaching materials for Pearson and OUP.
For kindergarten and primary school teachers and coordinators
- Understand active learning: the need for access and engagement
- Learn strategies to implement active learning
- Reflect on their own learning strategies
- Plan to implement active teaching for active learning
- Active Teaching Strategies for Active Learning
- Learning an additional language
- Diversity and inclusion
- Engagement: what and how
- Shared and individual goals
- Learning Intentions
- Group Dynamics
- The development of linguistic, cognitive, emotional, social and intercultural competences
- Techniques and resources. ICT.
This is an experiential interactive on-line course which invites participants to become aware of how active teaching may impact learning, bearing in mind children’s diversity. There will be plenty of opportunity to discuss, analyse and explore possibility to find ways of reaching all our students. Every participant will have the chance to rethink and enhance their teaching skills in collaboration with their colleagues. There will be zoom sessions on the following dates and times: 8, 15, 22 & 29 April, 6 May (6.00 p.m. - 7.00 p.m.)
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