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Module 1. Programming and Implementing Educational Projects
1.1. Introduction to the Types of Educational Projects.
1.1.1. What is an Educational Project?
1.1.2. What is the Purpose of an Educational Project?
1.1.3. Origin of an Educational Project.
1.1.4. Parties Involved in the Educational Project.
1.1.5. Target Audience of the Educational Project.
1.1.6. Factors Involved in an Educational Project.
1.1.7. Content of an Educational Project.
1.1.8. Objectives of the Educational Project.
1.1.9. Results of an Educational Project.
1.1.10. Conclusion of Educational Projects.
1.2. Technological Projects
1.2.1. Virtual Reality
1.2.2. Augmented Reality.
1.2.3. Mixed Reality
1.2.4. Digital Whiteboards
1.2.5. iPad or Tablet Project.
1.2.6. Cell phones in the Classroom.
1.2.7. Educational Robotics
1.2.8. Artificial Intelligence
1.2.9. E-learning and Online Education.
1.2.10. 3D Printing.
1.3. Methodological Projects
1.3.2. Game Based Education.
1.3.3. Flipped Classroom
1.3.4. Project Based Learning.
1.3.5. Problem-Based Learning.
1.3.6. Thought Based Learning.
1.3.7. Skill Based Learning.
1.3.8. Cooperative Learning
1.3.10. Montessori Methodology
1.3.11. Musical Pedagogy
1.3.12. Educational Coaching
1.4. Value Projects
1.4.1. Emotional Education.
1.4.2. Anti-Bullying Projects.
1.4.3. Projects to Support Associations.
1.4.4. Projects in Favor of Peace.
1.4.5. Projects in Favor of Stopping Discrimination.
1.4.6. Solidarity Projects
1.4.7. Projects Against Gender Violence.
1.4.8. Inclusion Projects
1.4.9. Intercultural Projects
1.4.10. Coexistence Projects
1.5. Evidence-Based Projects.
1.5.1. Introduction to Evidence Based Projects.
1.5.2. Previous Analysis
1.5.3. Determining the Objective.
1.5.4. Scientific Research
1.5.5. Choosing a Project.
1.5.6. Local or National Contextualization.
1.5.7. Viability Study
1.5.8. Implementation of Evidence Based Projects.
1.5.9. Monitoring of Evidence Based Projects.
1.5.10. Evaluation of Evidence Based Projects.
1.5.11. Publication of Results.
1.6. Artistic Projects
1.6.1. LOVA (The Opera as a Learning Vehicle).
1.6.3. Musical Projects
1.6.4. Choirs and Orchestras.
1.6.5. Projects on the Infrastructure of the Center.
1.6.6. Visual Art Projects.
1.6.7. Design Technology Art Projects.
1.6.8. Decorative Art Projects.
1.6.9. Street Projects
1.6.10. Projects Centered on Creativity.
1.7. Language Projects
1.7.1. On-site Language Immersion Projects.
1.7.2. Local Language Immersion Projects.
1.7.3. International Language Immersion Projects.
1.7.4. Phonetic Projects
1.7.5. Conversation Assistants
1.7.6. Native Teachers
1.7.7. Preparation for Official Language Exams.
1.7.8. Projects to Encourage Language Learning.
1.7.9. Exchange Projects
1.8. Excellence Projects
1.8.1. Improving Personal Excellence.
1.8.2. Improving Institutional Excellence.
1.8.3. Improving Graduate Excellence.
1.8.4. Collaboration with Prestigious Entities.
1.8.5. Competitions and Prizes.
1.8.6. Projects for External Evaluation.
1.8.7. Connection with Businesses.
1.8.8. Excellence Projects in Culture and Sport.
1.9. Other Innovation Projects.
1.9.1. Outdoor Education
1.9.2. Youtubers and Influencers.
1.9.4. Peer Tutoring
1.9.5. The RULER Method.
1.9.6. School Gardens
1.9.7. Learning Community
1.9.8. Democratic School
1.9.9. Early Stimulation
1.9.10. Learning Corners
1.10. Programming and Implementing Educational Projects.
1.10.1. Situational Analysis
1.10.3. DAFO Analysis.
1.10.4. Resources and Materials.
1.10.5. Programming an Educational Project.
1.10.6. Implementation of an Educational Project.
1.10.7. Evaluation of an Educational Project.
1.10.8. Restructuring of an Educational Project.
1.10.9. Institutionalization of an Educational Project.
1.10.10. Dissemination of the Educational Project.
Module 2. Active Methodologies and Didactic Techniques
2.1. Active Methodologies
2.1.1. What are Active Methodologies?.
2.1.2. Keys for Methodological Development from the Students Activity.
2.1.3. Relationship Between Learning and Active Methodologies.
2.1.4. History of Active Methodologies.
22.214.171.124. From Socrates to Pestalozzi.
126.96.36.199. Institutions Promoting Active Methodologies.
188.8.131.52.1. The Free Institution of Education.
184.108.40.206.2. The New School.
220.127.116.11.3. The Unique Republican School.
2.2. Project Based Learning, Problems and Challenges.
2.2.1. Travel Companions Cooperation Between Teachers.
2.2.2. Phases of PBL Design.
18.104.22.168. Tasks, Activities and Exercises.
22.214.171.124. Rich Socialization
126.96.36.199. Research Tasks
2.2.3. Phases of PBL Development.
188.8.131.52. Benjamin Bloom’s Theories.
184.108.40.206. Bloom’s Taxonomy.
220.127.116.11. Bloom’s Taxonomy revised
18.104.22.168. Bloom’s Pyramid.
22.214.171.124. David A. Kolb’s Theory: Experience Based Learning.
126.96.36.199. Kolb’s Cycle.
2.2.4. The Final Product.
188.8.131.52. Types of Final Product.
2.2.5. Evaluation in PBL.
184.108.40.206. Assessment Techniques and Instruments.
2.2.6. Practical Examples PBL Projects
2.3. Thought Based Learning.
2.3.1. Basic Principles.
220.127.116.11. Why, How and Where to Improve Thought.
18.104.22.168. The Organizers of Thought.
22.214.171.124. The Infusion with the Academic Curriculum.
126.96.36.199. Attention to Skills, Processes and Disposition.
188.8.131.52. The Importance of Being Explicit.
184.108.40.206. Attention to Metacognition.
220.127.116.11. Learning Transfer
18.104.22.168. Construct an Infused Program.
22.214.171.124. The Need for Continuous Personal Development.
2.3.2. Teach to Think TBL
126.96.36.199. Collaborative Creation of Thought Maps.
188.8.131.52. Thinking Skills
184.108.40.206. Thought Design
2.4. Event Based Learning.
2.4.1. Approach to the Concept.
2.4.2. Basis and Foundations.
2.4.3. The Pedagogy of Sustainability.
2.4.4. Benefits of Learning.
2.5. Game-based learning.
2.5.1. Games as Learning Resources.
220.127.116.11. What is Gamification?.
18.104.22.168.7. Gamification Apps
22.214.171.124.9. Criticisms of Gamification, Limitations and Common Errors.
2.5.3. Why use Videogames in Education?
2.5.4. Types of Players According to the Richard Bartle Theory.
2.5.5. Escape rooms/Breakedu, an Organizational way of Understanding Education.
2.6. Flipped Classroom
2.6.1. Organization of Working Time.
2.6.2. Advantages of the Flipped Classroom.
126.96.36.199. How can I Effectively Teach using Flipped Classrooms?
2.6.3. Disadvantages of the Flipped Classroom Focus.
2.6.4. The Four Pillars of the Flipped Classroom.
2.6.5. Resources and Tools.
2.6.6. Practical Examples
2.7. Other Trends in Education.
2.7.1. Robotics and Programming in Education.
2.7.2. E-learning, Micro-learning and Other Online Trends.
2.7.3. Neuro-education Based Learning.
2.8. Free, Natural Methodologies based on Individual Development.
2.8.1. Waldorf Methodology
188.8.131.52. Methodological Basis
184.108.40.206. Strengths, Opportunities and Weaknesses.
2.8.2. Maria Montessori, the Pedagogy of Responsibility.
220.127.116.11. Methodological Basis
18.104.22.168. Strengths, Opportunities and Weaknesses.
2.8.3. Summerhill, a Radical Point of View on How to Teach.
22.214.171.124. Methodological Basis
126.96.36.199. Strengths, Opportunities and Weaknesses.
2.9. Educational Inclusion
2.9.1. Is there Innovation without Inclusion?
2.9.2. Collaborative Learning.
188.8.131.52. Group Cohesion
184.108.40.206. Simple and Complex Dynamics.
2.9.3. Shared Teaching
220.127.116.11. Ratio and Attention to Students.
18.104.22.168. Teaching coordination as a strategy for student improvement.
2.9.4. Multilevel Teaching
2.9.5. Universal Learning Design.
2.9.6. Inclusive Experiences
22.214.171.124. Rome Project
126.96.36.199. Interactive Groups
188.8.131.52. Dialogical Gatherings
184.108.40.206. Learning Communities
220.127.116.11. Includ-ED Project.
Module 3. Teacher Tools and Resources for Teaching and Learning
3.1. The Teaching Process.
3.1.1. Definition of the Concept of Teaching.
3.1.2. Different Theories on the Concept of Teaching.
3.1.3. Modalities of Teaching.
3.1.4. Educational Levels Throughout Development.
3.2. The Learning Process.
3.2.1. Definition of the Concept of Learning
3.2.2. Evolution of the Concept of Learning
3.2.3. Different Theories on the Concept of Learning.
3.2.4. Learning in Different Educational Stages.
3.3. Teaching/ Learning Process
3.3.1. The Relationship Between Learning and Teaching.
3.3.2. The Teacher’s Role in the Teaching/Learning Process.
3.3.3. The student in the teaching/learning process.
3.3.4. Elements of the teaching/learning process.
3.3.5. Reflection on the Teaching/Learning Process.
3.4. Current Strategies for Teaching and Learning.
3.4.1. Types of Teaching Strategies.
3.4.2. Types of Learning Strategies.
3.4.3. Inverted Teaching: Flipped Classroom
3.5. Inclusive learning: learning for all.
3.5.1. Inclusive Education UNESCO
3.5.2. From Integration to Inclusion.
3.5.3. Design of an Inclusive Learning Program.
3.5.4. People with Functional Diversity and Learning.
3.6. Guidance vs. Self-Learning:
3.6.1. Academic Guidance
3.6.2. Tutorial Action Plan.
3.6.3. Elements Involved in the Process.
3.6.4. Self-Learning and Decision Making.
3.7. Emotional Learning in the Digital Era.
3.7.1. Emotional Learning.
3.7.2. Stage Types and Methods in Emotional Learning.
3.7.3. The Teacher & Student Digital Divide.
3.7.4. Teaching in the Era of Digital Connectivity.
3.8. Methodologies for the Teaching of Tomorrow.
3.8.1. Evolution of Teaching Methods.
3.8.2. Importance of Context.
3.8.3. Role of the Teacher in the Teaching of the Future.
3.8.4. Teaching with Tutorials Learning Communities.
3.8.5. Classroom Organization: Flexible Timings and New Spaces.
3.9. Teaching Resources and Tools.
3.9.1. Differences Between Didactic Resources and Tools.
3.9.2. Didactic Resources Types.
3.9.3. Choosing Resources and their Tools.
3.9.4. Design and Use of Conventional Resources.
3.9.5. Families as an Educational Resource.
3.10. Training the Trainers.
3.10.1. Access to Teaching.
3.10.2. Continuing Training and Teacher Refresher Courses.
3.10.3. Teacher Action Research.
3.10.4. Project, Method and Didactic Material Exchange.
3.10.5. Didactic Resource Banks.
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