COD 2020 - KP378

Active Teaching for Active Learning: how to reach students and help them learn

For Kindergarten and Primary School Teachers and Coordinators

4 sessions, start: 24-Apr

Course detail

Year: 2020
Level: Kindergarten / Primary
Language: English
Status: Postponed
Lugar: ESSARP
Facilitator/s: Ms. Mercedes Perez Berbain MA
Print course
ESSARP Schools
Free of charge
Exams Schools
ARS 4800.00
Non affiliate
ARS 4800.00

Sessions


Sessions Dates Start Finish
1 24 April 2020 05:30 pm 08:30 pm
2 08 May 2020 05:30 pm 08:30 pm
3 22 May 2020 05:30 pm 08:30 pm
4 05 June 2020 05:30 pm 08:30 pm

Facilitator/s

Mercedes Perez Berbain

Mercedes Pérez Berbain is an educational consultant and teacher educator. She is a faculty member at Pilgrims Teacher Training (UK) and ESSARP (Argentina), and a reviewer for several international journals. She holds an M.A. in Education with Distinction from Oxford Brookes University, UK. She has written materials for Pearson and OUP, and co-edited for Palgrave Macmillan. Her research interests include leadership in education, inclusion, and young learners.
For Kindergarten and Primary School Teachers and Coordinators
For participants to:

- Reflect on the learning process and analyse various techniques.
- Connect practice to updated educational ideas.
- Find ways of implementing renewed strategies with their students.
- Develop reflective skills to evaluate and develop their teaching practice.
- Plan for developing linguistic, cognitive, emotional and social skills.
- Active Teaching Strategies for Active Learning.
- Learning a Foreign Language.
- Engagement: what and how.
- Shared and individual goals.
- Learning Intentions.
- Group Dynamics.
- The development of linguistic, cognitive, emotional and social skills.
- Techniques and resources. ICT.
This is an experiential workshop which invites participants to become aware of how active teaching promotes active learning, bearing in mind students’ 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.
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