Educational innovation in methodological aspects
EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION IN ITS METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Help is available to schools to analyze, redesign and agree upon their methodological perspectives, their intervention strategies and their evaluation processes.
DIDACTIC AND METHODOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION
Participants: San Viator Ikastetxea and Laudio Ikastola.
Details: Based on collaboration among teachers, various aspects have been addressed and a number of decisions and projects have been encouraged, including a definition of the student profile, skills analysis, a definition of learning outcomes, methodological options and choices, the design and monitoring of work proposals, etc.
MINDFULNESS PROTOCOL: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND STRESS REDUCTION
Participants: Miguel Angel Altuna Institute.
Details: Training was carried out with colleagues to learn how to center our minds and bodies in the here and now and to develop an attitude that allows us to observe and analyze our minds and our fears. The next step would be to establish the dynamics of the school together or develop a protocol for practicing mindfulness with the students.
PEDAGOGICAL INNOVATION IN THE AZPEITIA ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER
Participants: City Council of Azpeitia.
Details: Based on the observation and interpretation of existing resources, work proposals developed with students and interventions carried out with students, we seek to determine learning outcomes, establish didactic and methodological goals and redesign interventions.
REDESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PROCESS OF THE EVALUATION SYSTEM
Participants: Urkide Ikastetxea.
Details: After sharing views on the existing evaluation system, the goal is for the school itself to make its choice and create its own evaluation framework.