Adapting the CLIL Approach to Blended Learning

06

Oct

Metodológicas y pedagógicas

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Adapting the CLIL Approach to Blended Learning

Show the best version of yourself. With Doctor Donna Lee Fields

Fecha límite inscripción: 03/10/2021

120

EUR

10

Horas

INICIO

06

Oct 2021

FIN

27

Oct 2021

Inscripción abierta
Próxima celebración
Modalidad Modelo de aprendizaje Bonificación
Aula virtual Formación en tiempo real impartida por especialistas Bonificable por FUNDAE

Fechas: 

  • 6 de octubre de 18 a 20:30 h.
  • 13 de octubre de 18 a 20:30 h.
  • 20 de octubre de 18 a 20:30 h.
  • 27 de octubre de 18 a 20:30 h.

EL CURSO SE IMPARTE EN INGLÉS. 

 

Adapting the CLIL Approach to Blended Learning

How can we use essential 21 st Century skills to guide us in encouraging our students to be more engaged and responsible in their own learning? How can we structure our lessons, units and projects so that we proactively augment critical thinking, the growth mindset, language acquisition and a global perspective? What are best practices we can use to reach our students either in face-to-face or online classes so that: we have reliable feedback, a strong affective domain, and relevancy in our students’ lives? What are the true benefits of bilingual education and what does that mean to our students’ futures? All these questions and more will be addressed in this course.

We will examine a plethora of examples of lessons planned using the essential elements of the CLIL approach for all Primary and Secondary subjects and levels, and you will have support in designing your own lessons, for language and/or content classes.

Sessions will be interactive using Mini-Lessons that guide teachers to begin lessons with scaffolding and end with reflection and feedback – and so facilitating a more effective flow of lessons..

 

OBJECTIVES

  • Structure unit planning using the essential elements of CLIL for face-to-face and online classes
  • Augment practices that encourage language acquisition rather than language learning
  • Use techniques that pro-actively benefit the development student agency and other essential 21 st Century skills
  • Adopt methods that highlight student-centred learning, critical thinking, the growth mindset, making learning visible, and the ethic of excellence.
  • Outline the importance of addressing the affective domain in virtual and online lessons.
  • Design lessons using Mini-Lessons (scaffolding, body of lesson, reflection)
  • Test alternative formative and summative assessments for lessons, units and projects.
  • Incorporate the conclusions reached by experts on best practices for learning general and bilingual studies.
  • Design lessons using Mini-Lessons (scaffolding, body of lesson, reflection)
  • Become adept in using key educational technology that expand and extend teacher-student communication.
  • Incorporate global issues and interdisciplinary studies in lesson blocks.

 

KNOW MORE ABOUT THE MENTOR: DOCTOR DONNA LEE FIELDS

Donna Lee Fields, Ph.D., author (101 Scaffolding Techniques for Language Teaching and Learning, The Comprehensive Guide to Phenomenon-Based Learning), associate professor (Universidad de Jaén, Universidad Internacional de Valencia, Spain), teacher-trainer and collaborator with international educational institutions such as Educluster (Finland), Program BEDA (Spain), Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico), Department of Education (Helsinki, Oulu, Espoo, Finland and Spain).

Dr. Fields specializes in innovative language and content teaching, including the CLIL approach, student-centred learning, and Phenomenon- Based Learning.

Creator of scaffoldingmagic.com, an award-nominated website designed to provide teachers with resources to help them to transition into more dynamic teaching practices she is currently writing the fouth volume of What if…The Comprehensive Guide to Phenomenon-Based Learning.

 


 

METODOLOGÍA

Es el sistema de aprendizaje donde el ponente de la formación y el estudiante interactúan, en tiempo real y a través de un sistema de comunicación telemático. Permite llevar a cabo un proceso de intercambio de conocimientos a fin de posibilitar un aprendizaje de las personas que participan.

 

COMPETENCIAS

Con la realización de este curso se obtienes las siguientes competencias: 

  • Competencias metodológicas y pedagógicas.

 

IMPORTANTE

Grupos de máximo 30 personas bonificadas por FUNDAE.

 

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Autores
  • Donna Lee Fields
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Donna Lee Fields

Donna Lee Fields, Ph.D., author (101 Scaffolding Techniques for Language Teaching and Learning, The Comprehensive Guide to Phenomenon-Based Learning), associate professor (International University of Valencia, Spain), teacher-trainer and collaborator with international educational institutions such as Oxford University Press (Spain, London, Italy), Educluster (Finland), Program BEDA (Spain), Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico), and the Departments of Education (Spain, Finland). 

Dr. Fields specializes in innovative language and content teaching, including the CLIL approach and Phenomenon- Based Learning.

Creator of scaffoldingmagic.com, an award-nominated website designed to provide teachers with resources to help them to transition into more dynamic teaching practices she is currently writing What if…The Comprehensive Guide to Phenomenon-Based Learning.

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