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Las 10 tendencias que van a revolucionar el sistema educativo. “Esta educación le está robando a la gente su conciencia, su tiempo y su vida” “La crisis de la educación no es una crisis más entre las muchas crisis que tenemos, sino que la educación está en el centro del problema.

“Esta educación le está robando a la gente su conciencia, su tiempo y su vida”

El mundo está en una crisis profunda porque no tenemos una educación para la conciencia.” Cuando uno escucha a este psiquiatra chileno de 75 años da la sensación de estar frente al Jean-Jacques Rousseau de nuestro tiempo. Cuenta que estaba bastante dormido hasta que en los años 60 se fue a vivir a EE.UU., allí fue discípulo de Fritz Perls, uno de los grandes terapeutas del siglo XX y formó parte del equipo del Instituto Esalen en California. Sabias reflexiones sobre lo qué es hoy la educación y lo que debería ser - Plano Sin Fin. ¿Qué es hoy la educación para Alejandro Jodorowsky?

Sabias reflexiones sobre lo qué es hoy la educación y lo que debería ser - Plano Sin Fin

Alfredo Hernando: “La escuela debe estar conectada con el entorno y buscar el éxito de su alumnado” Educador e investigador, Alfredo Hernando ha escrito ‘Viaje a la escuela del siglo XXI.

Alfredo Hernando: “La escuela debe estar conectada con el entorno y buscar el éxito de su alumnado”

Así trabajan los colegios más innovadores del mundo’, un libro editado por Fundación Telefónica. La obra pone el broche de oro al proyecto escuela21, una iniciativa que le permitió embarcarse en un viaje muy especial buscando aquellas escuelas pioneras en sus metodologías de enseñanza. En tu opinión, ¿qué características debe reunir una escuela para considerarla innovadora?

Nos encontramos en un momento muy bueno en España, con iniciativas que buscan el éxito y que lo están haciendo a través de proyectos de innovación. Una escuela sobre todo tiene que ser abierta, es decir, conectada con el entorno y buscar el éxito para sus alumnos con independencia de dónde vengan y cuáles sean sus necesidades y características. Para lograr ese éxito pasan dos cosas fundamentales. La escuela tiene otras palabras mucho más importantes como son apertura, inclusión, éxito en resultados, creatividad, etcétera. 16 skills students need to learn today to thrive tomorrow. The gap between the skills people learn and the skills people need is becoming more obvious, as traditional learning falls short of equipping students with the knowledge they need to thrive, according to the World Economic Forum report New Vision for Education: Fostering Social and Emotional Learning Through Technology.

16 skills students need to learn today to thrive tomorrow

Today's job candidates must be able to collaborate, communicate and solve problems – skills developed mainly through social and emotional learning (SEL). Combined with traditional skills, this social and emotional proficiency will equip students to succeed in the evolving digital economy. What skills will be needed most? An analysis of 213 studies showed that students who received SEL instruction had achievement scores that averaged 11 percentile points higher than those who did not.

And SEL potentially leads to long-term benefits such as higher rates of employment and educational fulfillment. Share Written by Jenny Soffel, Website Editor, World Economic Forum. 3 Big Don’ts When Converting Instructor-Led Training to eLearning. With benefits like automation, consistent messaging, wider reach, and the ability to provide 24/7 learning, eLearning is an option that more and more companies have started to embrace.

3 Big Don’ts When Converting Instructor-Led Training to eLearning

But now what do you do with those PowerPoint slides that you created ages ago and had been delivering to your employees since then? If that training program is effective, don’t ditch it. You can convert it into an eLearning program without reinventing the wheel. But look out for these common mistakes that companies do when converting PowerPoint and Instructor-Led Training to eLearning because they don’t realize that eLearning and classroom learning are different: 1.

This is the most common mistake, and it stems from the belief that the PowerPoint slides contain learning matter for the learners. So, forget about madly converting PowerPoint slides from an ILT program into pages of an eLearning program. Why Your Students Don't Remember What You Teach - Why Your Students Don’t Remember What You Teach: The Overwhelming Power Of ‘Place’ In Learning by Terry Heick A decent question: Why don’t your students remember what you’ve taught?

Why Your Students Don't Remember What You Teach -

A better question: Why don’t they understand what you’ve taught? A better question still: Why don’t students understand and use what they’ve been taught to create a better world? The answer may have something to do with a kind of cultural schema. What is the difference between a location and a place? If we assume that education is, in part, about “career readiness,” then one overarching goal of learning might be for each learner to understand not just how to “get a job,” or even how to work, but rather how to work well, and how to decide what their work might be.

A person’s work, as opposed to a job, is about their ability to know what can and should be done, and to bring their experience and affection to bear on that work to do it, and do it well. 1. 2. 3. Study Skills Guide: Improve Reading Comprehension Skills. Good reading comprehension comes only with practice.

Study Skills Guide: Improve Reading Comprehension Skills

The basic aspects of reading, such as word recognition, phonetics and fluence, can be mastered in just a few years. However, throughout this process reading comprehension must be emphasized. Students may be able to eloquently repeat the words that the see on a page all day, but without reading comprehension skills, they're unable to fully understand the content, predict what will happen next, recognize characters, gain insight or understanding to build upon, or relate what they're reading to their own life's experience. Sadly, classrooms across the United States have students who struggle with reading comprehension. Pearson Prentice Hall: eTeach: Strategies for Improving Reading Comprehension. By Patricia Babbitt Introduction Most Effective Strategies Practical Applications of Reading Strategies Summary Resources Remember the adventures that lived and breathed between the pages of a really good book when, as a young reader, you slipped away undiscovered into your own magical world?

Pearson Prentice Hall: eTeach: Strategies for Improving Reading Comprehension

My favorite works were Charlotte's Web, Arabian Nights, Huckleberry Finn, Arthurian Legends, and, later, the timeless tragedy of William Shakespeare's Hamlet. Integrar redes sociales en el aula. Cómo Trabajar y Evaluar las Competencias en el Aula. Cómo enseñar a los niños a pensar. 5 formas simples de usar el Vídeo en clase. 1.

5 formas simples de usar el Vídeo en clase

Demostrar un concepto díficil Hay conceptos que necesitan ser vistos para entenderlos: los vídeos son la forma de mostrárselos a los y las estudiantes. Por ejemplo, la hambruna a nivel mundial, geometría, desastre naturales, interacción de los animales en el ecosistema... 2.

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Inglés. Aprendizaje cooperativo. 8 Things to Look For in Today’s Classroom. As I think that leaders should be able to describe what they are looking for in schools I have thought of eight things that I really want to see in today’s classroom.

8 Things to Look For in Today’s Classroom

I really believe that classrooms need to be learner focused. This is not simply that students are creating but that they are also having opportunities to follow their interests and explore passions.1 The teacher should embody learning as well. Will Richardson recently wrote this in a comment on one of my recent posts on what teachers need to be like in our current day and the focus that needs to be on learning: …we need teachers who are masters at developing kids as learners who are adept at sense making around their own goals. Teachers who are focused on helping students develop the dispositions and literacies required to succeed regardless of subject or content or curriculumThis moment is all about learners having an amazing new freedom to learn, not teachers having an amazing new freedom to teach. 1.