COD 2022 - D658

Back-to-school retrieval practices to engage students in learning

All teachers at primary and secondary school level

3 sessions, start: 14-Feb

Course detail

Year: 2022
Level: Distance
Language: English
Status: Ended
Lugar: Distance
Facilitator/s: Mrs. Romina Paola Cariati MA
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Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 6600.00
Non affiliate
ARS 6600.00

Sessions


Sessions Dates Schedule
1 14 February - 20 February 2022 Online session
2 21 February - 27 February 2022 Online session
3 28 February - 06 March 2022 Online session

Facilitator/s

Romina Paola Cariati

Romina Cariati holds a degree in Education, specialized in Education Management from UNQUI. She is also a Teacher of English from UMSA and holds a post graduate diploma on Socio-educational Programs from the Ministry of Education. She has worked at several bilingual schools and co-founded Westbridge School of English located in Banfield. Since 2011, she has been working with the Thinking Visible approach from Harvard University, Neuroscience applied to education and the Teaching for Understanding framework.
Nowadays, she works as a Thinking Visible Coach, as an Educational Advisor at different institutions and schools, including the Ministry of Education (Bs As Province) and she is deputy head at Grilli Canning College.
All teachers at primary and secondary school level
- to discover how retrieval practice can be used to improve learning.
- to connect specific techniques and strategies to the diagnosis period at school.
- to reflect upon the different metacognitive processes our students experience when learning.
- what retrieval practice is and what is not.
- strategies to foster thinking in our classrooms.
- retrieval techniques and strategies.
- metacognition and feedback as part of the retrieval process.
- Online course consisting of 3 modules which will provide you with plenty of ideas and strategies to take, adopt and adapt to your needs.
- Reflection forums to analyze the strategies shared.
- Active forum participation is desired.
Bibliography and resources will be shared throughout the course.
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