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Intelligence Preference (Multiple Intelligences) Flipping my classroom (2) ¿En qué punto se encuentran nuestros estudiantes? Otra vez Bloom (que no sea por no insistir), pero creo que su taxonomía (la original o la revisada), nos ofrece a los profesores un marco sencillo, fácil de comprender y que posibilita “radiografiar” el momento en el que se encuentra el grupo de alumnos o cada uno de ellos de forma individual. Varias veces hemos relacionado los niveles cognitivos con las dimensiones del aprendizaje, en otras ocasiones hemos ampliado la taxonomía no solo al entorno de conocimiento, si no a otras dimensiones como la afectiva, psicomotora, intrapersonal…En esta ocasión presentamos algunas preguntas que nos pueden permitir “visualizar” las evidencias de aprendizaje de los alumnos y situarlos en un “momento” o “nivel” concreto.

Seguro que a ti se te ocurren muchas más. Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! Resources and Downloads for Teaching Critical Thinking. Tips for downloading: PDF files can be viewed on a wide variety of platforms -- both as a browser plug-in or a stand-alone application -- with Adobe's free Acrobat Reader program. Click here to download the latest version of Adobe Reader. Click on any title link below to view or download that file. Resources On This Page: Lesson Plans & Rubrics KIPP King Curriculum Planning Guide <img height="12" width="11" class="media-image media-element file-content-image" src="/sites/default/files/styles/content_image_breakpoints_theme_edutopia_desktop_1x/public/content/08/pdficon.gif? Back to Top Tools for Critical Thinking Scope and Sequence, Speech and Composition <img alt="" title="" class="media-image" width="11" height="12" src="/sites/default/files/styles/content_image_breakpoints_theme_edutopia_desktop_1x/public/content/08/pdficon.gif?

Culture at KIPP. The 5 Step Model to Teach Students Critical Thinking Skills. Useful links for CELTA. Anyone following my blog will know that CELTA took over my life in August last year (2014), and will continue to dominate until the same time this year (2015). I’ve been building this list in my head for a while, and it’s finally time to get it onto the blog. It’s arranged into categories, with subtitles and topics in bold to help you navigate. There’s a lot here, so just use the bits you need as you need them rather than trying to look at all of them – if not, you’ll end up being overwhelmed!

A quick way to find what you need it to press CTRL + F (CMD + F on a Mac) and type a key word connected to what you’re struggling with, like ‘TTT’, ‘instructions’ or ‘writing’ – this will take you straight to the relevant section. Please let me know if any of the links are broken so I can update them, and feel free to add suggestions to the comments. I also plan to add to it as I write/find more posts. Before the course Is the CELTA worth it? Since March 2020, fully online CELTAs have been possible. Grupo Actitudes - Proceso del Proyecto INCOBA. El proyecto INCOBA es una propuesta de intervención educativa que describe detalladamente los pasos que sería necesario ir desarrollando a nivel de centro para garantizar la efectiva integración de las Competencias Clave en los documentos programáticos (Proyecto Educativo de Centro, Programaciones Didácticas, etc.). ​

Si bien la publicación e implantación de la nueva ley educativa LOMCE ha generado cambios significativos en este proceso (como por ejemplo, la denominación de las propias competencias), en la mayoría de los casos no afectan en profundidad al planteamiento que realizamos ya que éste se fundamenta en las directrices marcadas por las instituciones europeas (informe DeSeCo, Red KeyKoNet, etc.). No obstante, todos los elementos de la propuesta han sido revisados y actualizados a la nueva normativa.

Consulta los pasos haciendo clic en la imagen para ampliarla. O sigue leyendo para saber en qué consiste cada uno.  Paso 1: Acuerdo inicial para secuenciar las competencias Proceso: Inteligencias Múltiples Blog – El aprendizaje social y emocional: las habilidades para la vida. Critical Thinking. Méthode des six chapeaux. La méthode des six chapeaux, extraite de l'ouvrage Six chapeaux pour penser[1],[2], est une méthode de structuration de la pensée personnelle ou de groupe, développée par Edward de Bono, permettant de résoudre les problèmes en favorisant la pensée critique et en évitant la censure précoce des idées nouvelles, dérangeantes ou inhabituelles[3].

Selon Karadag et al., cette méthode permet de développer la pensée créative en présentant et en systématisant des pensées et des suggestions dans un format spécifiquement défini[4]. Pour cela, les participants sont invités à aborder la question en prenant ensemble tour à tour différents « chapeaux » d'une couleur particulière. L’ordre d’adoption des chapeaux varie en fonction du type de problème. L’enjeu est de mobiliser un processus de "pensée parallèle" simple et efficace qui aide les gens à sortir des limites de l'étroitesse d'esprit, de la pensée unidirectionnelle et des positions fixes (De Bono, 1985[1]). La méthode[modifier | modifier le code] A Short Overview of 12 Tools for Creating Flipped Classroom Lessons. One of the most frequent requests that I get is for suggestions on developing flipped classroom lessons.

The first step is to decide if you want to create your own video lessons from scratch or if you want to develop lessons based on videos that others have produced. In this post we'll look at tools for doing both. Developing flipped lessons from scratch with your own videos. The benefit of creating your own videos is that you can tailor them to exactly match your curriculum. The drawback to this is that it requires more time on your part. The other drawback is that your video might not be as engaging to your students as those made by professional video editors.

For example, it would be years before I could make videos that look as good as those produced by the staff on Hank and John Green's Crash Course series. Tools for creating your own flipped video lessons: The Knowmia Teach iPad app is an excellent app for creating your own whiteboard videos. What's the best, most effective way to take notes?

If it feels like you forget new information almost as quickly as you hear it, even if you write it down, that’s because we tend to lose almost 40% of new information within the first 24 hours of first reading or hearing it. If we take notes effectively, however, we can retain and retrieve almost 100% of the information we receive. Learning how to retain information The most effective note-taking skills involve active rather than passive learning. Active learning places the responsibility for learning on the learner.

Research has found that, for learning to be effective, students need to be doing things with the material they are engaging with (reading, writing, discussing, solving problems). They must also be thinking about the thinking (metacognition) involved in engaging with the material. This means that, while students are learning the content, they should also be thinking about how they are learning it. What are the most effective ways to take notes? In note taking, students: The 8 Minutes That Matter Most. I am an English teacher, so my ears perk up when writers talk about their process. I've found the advice handy for lesson planning, too.

That's because both writing and planning deal with craft. In writing, you want your audience to be absorbed. You want them to care about your characters. John Irving, the author of The Cider House Rules, begins with his last sentence: I write the last line, and then I write the line before that. That is the crux of lesson planning right there -- endings and beginnings. The eight minutes that matter most are the beginning and endings. Here are eight ways to make those eight minutes magical. Beginnings 1. YouTube reaches more 18- to 34-year-olds than any cable channel. 2. If you want to create a safe space for students to take risks, you won't get there with a pry bar. 3. Toss a football around the class before you teach the physics of a Peyton Manning spiral. 4.

Kelly Gallagher says that students should write four times as much as a teacher can grade. 1. 10 tendances pédagogiques à surveiller en 2015. En 2014, ce sont probablement les MOOC et la classe inversée qui ont joui de la plus grande visibilité sur le plan du potentiel pédagogique. Quelles sont les tendances pédagogiques dont nous entendrons parler en 2015 et dans les années à venir? Des réponses se trouvent peut-être dans un récent rapport. L’Open University, une institution universitaire britannique dispensant de la formation en ligne, publie depuis 2012 un rapport annuel portant sur les formes de pédagogie innovante. Elle vient récemment de publier le rapport de 2014, intitulé « Innovating Pedagogy 2014: Exploring new forms of teaching, learning, and assessment, to guide educators and policy makers ».

Ce rapport, produit par des membres de l’Institute of Educational Technology, identifie 10 tendances pédagogiques susceptibles de se développer dans les prochaines années. Pour procéder, les auteurs ont d’abord fait une recension des théories, des termes et des paradigmes les plus répandus dans le milieu de l’éducation. METODOLOGÍAS DIDÁCTICAS.