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Una selección de herramientas para introducir preguntas en un video. OCHO PUNTOS CLAVE DEL APRENDIZAJE COLABORATIVO. El aprendizaje colaborativo es una herramienta pedagógica que genera numerosos beneficios proactivos en cualquier entorno educativo.

OCHO PUNTOS CLAVE DEL APRENDIZAJE COLABORATIVO

Los ocho puntos que os muestro a continuación, pretenden explorar aspectos básicos a tener en cuenta para una práctica efectiva en grupo. #TWITTER EN EL AULA: LA EXPERIENCIA @colgandoclases. Después de un par cursos haciendo pruebas, acertando unas veces y metiendo la pata otras, puedo decir que la experiencia @colgandoclases como complemento y ayuda al trabajo de las asignaturas (Matemáticas 4ºESO, Física y Química 3ºESO y 4ºESO) ha quedado, a la tercera, consolidada y me está permitiendo darle un enfoque multitarea al aprendizaje, facilitando el salto a la, tan ansiada, innovación.

#TWITTER EN EL AULA: LA EXPERIENCIA @colgandoclases

Por eso me he animado a escribir sobre esta experiencia a modo de reflexión en alto (sin mucho orden) y por si pudiese servir de estímulo a otros docentes. He de decir, para empezar, que, como muchos profesores, cada vez que me rondaba la idea de crear una herramienta de aula que pudiese contener recursos, ideas, explicaciones que completasen el día a día de la asignatura me asaltaban varios miedos. Ante esta idea inicial se presentaban ante mi varias posibilidades: una página WEB, un blog, una wiki, una plataforma e-learning o una red social. Pero entonces se cruzó Twitter en mi vida. Imágenes. THE SEVEN STEPS OF PBL IMPLEMENTATION: TUTOR'S MANUAL.

Blueprints In Health Profession Education Series |PBL Tutor's Manual4 Introduction Problem-BasedLearning(PBL)isaneducationalstrategyintroducedatMcMasterUniversity,Canadain1969.

THE SEVEN STEPS OF PBL IMPLEMENTATION: TUTOR'S MANUAL

PBLstrategyusespatient'sproblemtomotivatestudentslearning. ManyfactorsaffectthequalityofPBLandthustheacquisitionandretrievalknowledge. Amongthosefactorsare;thequalityoftheproblemconstructionandtutorBehaviour. DrMohamedElhassanAbdall, MedicalEducationUnitFacultyofMedicine–JazanUniversityJazan-KSADrAbdelrahimMutwakelGaffar, FamilyandcommunityMedicineDepartmentFacultyofMedicine–JazanUniversityJazan-KSA. What is PBL? Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an engaging and complex question, problem, or challenge.

What is PBL?

In Gold Standard PBL, Essential Project Design Elements include: Key Knowledge, Understanding, and Success Skills - The project is focused on student learning goals, including standards-based content and skills such as critical thinking/problem solving, collaboration, and self-management. Challenging Problem or Question - The project is framed by a meaningful problem to solve or a question to answer, at the appropriate level of challenge.

Sustained Inquiry - Students engage in a rigorous, extended process of asking questions, finding resources, and applying information. 5 Characteristics Of Project-Based Learning That Works - Schedule a TeachThought Professional Development PBL Workshop For Your School > 5 Characteristics Of Project-Based Learning That Works by Drew Perkins, Director of TeachThought Professional Development Interested in learning more about how to leverage great thinking and learning using authentic project-based learning?

5 Characteristics Of Project-Based Learning That Works -

Check our PBL Workshop Services. As I’ve written before (What PBL Can Do For Your School…And What It Won’t) project-based learning can be an amazing tool for student, teacher, and school growth but only if you’re getting great thinking and learning as a result. Quality PBL takes advantage of built-in and designed levers of quality that helps the teacher as facilitator align the thinking and learning we’re after in our students. Aligned Thinking and Learning The project is intentionally designed to solicit thinking around desired standards, content, & skills students need to know. When planning for project design what thinking and learning do we want our teaching to align with? Dale la vuelta a tu clase. Existen dos libros básicos que toda persona debe de leer para formarse en Flipped Classroom: The Flipped Classroom, de Raúl Santiago, Javier Tourón y Alicia Díez.Dale la vuelta a tu clase, de Jonathan Bergmann y Aaron Sams.

Dale la vuelta a tu clase

El primero lo leí hace ya dos años, y al segundo he tenido acceso hace unas semanas, durante el II Congreso Europeo Flipped Classroom celebrado en Zaragoza del 6 al 8 de mayo. Después de una primera lectura tuve la necesidad de leerlo por segunda vez con mayor detenimiento. Fruto de esta lectura he elaborado la siguiente infografía que espero anime al resto de colegas a formarse en este apasionante método utilizando estos magníficos escritos como libros de cabecera. Infografía. Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! Flip your classroom (2): Apps.

Flip your classroom (2): Apps Apps para tu “Flipped Classroom” por Miguel Ángel Ariza. Inquiry-Based Learning. Project Based Learning: Explained. What is PBL? PBL Resources. Project-based learning (PBL) demands excellent assessment practices to ensure that all learners are supported in the learning process.

PBL Resources

With good assessment practices, PBL can create a culture of excellence for all students and ensure deeper learning for all. We’ve compiled some of the best resources from Edutopia and the web to support your use of assessment in PBL, including information about strategies, advice on how to address the demands of standardized tests, and summaries of the research.