Competency:
Learning process

Challenges that work on the Learning Process Competency:

Learning through Projects
Autonomous Learning

The teacher creates the content learning sequences by type to develop a suitable learning process.

There are different kinds of concepts, procedures and attitudes and each one requires a different teaching process. The content learning sequences describe the set of educational activities related to each of the contents by type. So we will have learning sequences for the factual content, the conceptual contents, the procedural content and the attitudinal content.

With their competency-based components, learning sequences are a set of activities that, in some cases, are included in several, or even all, learning units to implement a process that enables the previously programmed learning to occur.

Project Learning Challenge

With this Challenge you learn to start the learning from students’ areas of interest and effort. The teacher’s job is to make the most of students’ individual and varied energies to channel and focus them on a specific goal: the project.

This challenge comprises three skills:

1. PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

This skill helps the teacher practice project-based learning and critically reflect on traditional educational practices and the design of innovative educational actions that promote more active and cooperative learning. a common goal.

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2. ACCESSIBILITY OF THE ACTIVITIES

This skill gives the teacher the chance to design activities that are accessible for students as they adapt to their command of the content, their abilities and level of cognitive maturity.

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3. PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES

This skills offers teachers the chance to suitably use different techniques and tools in accordance with the assessment goal, to obtain evidence of the different types of learning acquired by students, to issue an objective assessment and take relevant decisions on the learning-teaching process.

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Autonomous Learning Challenge

Through this Challenge, you will learn to create suitable conditions so your students can learn to learn, determining the necessary incentives for them to achieve your proposed objectives, awakening their interest, motivation and curiosity to achieve new learning and in this way giving daily class activities a collective sense.

This challenge comprises three skills:

1. AUTONOMOUS LEARNING

Design, propose and manage activities in the classroom that promote students’ autonomous learning.

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2. MOTIVATION AND INTEREST IN LEARNING

Include activities and strategies in the planning that awaken students’ interest in the new learning content.

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3. SELF-ESTEEM AND SELF-CONCEPT

Plan situations and activities, in the learning process, relating to the learning that contribute to reinforcing self-esteem and the creation of a positive self-concept among the students.

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