Aprendizaje Basado en Proyectos – ¿Es posible en la ESO?

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El sábado pasado asistimos a una jornada de formación muy interesante e ilusionante en el CIFE Juan de Lanuza, que nos ha hecho reflexionar mucho sobre nuestra forma de enseñar en la ESO. ¿Se puede trabajar proyectos interdisciplinares basados en valores en la ESO? Bueno, las profesoras del IES de Sils en Girona nos han demostrado que sí, se puede. Pero conseguir un cambio de rumbo tan radical en la metodología requiere esfuerzo, flexibilidad, determinación, motivación, valentía, autoaprendizaje y reflexión – que son todas cualidades que forman parte de una educación integral para nuestros alumnos, lo que les ayudará a desarrollarse en el mundo real.

Para saber más:

IES de Sils (página web)

Educación 3.0 Instituto de Sils, Girona: educación inclusiva con proyectos

ABP (español) (video)

PBL (English) (video)

Tips for PBL in the foreign language class

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Is it possible to use Project Based Learning in compulsory secondary education?

Today we had the pleasure of attending a very interesting, inspiring and thought-provoking training session at the CIFE Juan de Lanuza, that made us reflect on the way we teach in compulsory secondary education. Is it possible to teach using interdisciplinary projects, based on educational values in secondary schools? Well, the teachers at IES de Sils in Girona (Spain) have shown us that yes it is! However, achieving such a radical change of direction in our methodology requires hard work, flexibility, determination, motivation, courage, independent learning and reflexion – all of which are qualities that will contribute to providing our pupils with an integrated education, which in turn will help them to deal with life in the real world.

In the CARLEE we also use ABP in our language and methodology classes. In the photo you can see some of our students investigating the ‘Feed the World’ charity appeal in class last Christmas time.

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