Challenges that work on the Contextualisation of learning Competency:
Contextualisation of learning
The teacher presents the learning contents using a holistic approach, relating them to real-life situation
The way the contents are presented and how they are interrelated is essential for attaining the appropriate depth and meaning of the learning. Presenting the content from the logic of a discipline or from situations more or less close to students’ reality encourages learning.
The way the objectives and content are presented implies establishment of interdisciplinary relationships or the establishment of holistic methods.
Learning Styles and Rhythms Challenge
With this Challenge you will find answers for how you should teach so students learn, through the suitable and systematic use of personalised teaching approaches that implement all the intelligences we have, through global and cross-curricular teaching approaches, using educational activities that facilitate and develop the diversity of learning styles that our students have and need to develop.
This challenge comprises three skills:
2. USE OF THE HOLISTIC APPROACH
With this skill, the teacher will manage to design learning proposals based on a holistic approach, from the knowledge of the diverse stages that can be used for the transition from a conventional class methodology to another based on a more holistic approach.
3. LEARNING STYLES
The aim of the learning styles skill is to suitably identify the different styles that students have, to propose the most appropriate activities for promoting the use of all kinds of activities, so no student is left behind.