A Workshop Using Visible Thinking Routines
Why teach global competencies?
Global Competencies, also known as the 6 C’s, allow us to reframe a future of uncertainty into one of challenges and opportunities to be faced with a spirit of exploration.
Education paradigms require a new framework, the Integration of Technology and Real Situation Problem-Solving. These practices allow us to integrate, develop and assess these Global Competencies in a meaningful manner.
The result is that students are involved in every step of their learning process and this is when Deep Learning truly occurs.
– Present Global Competencies as essential to teaching practices today.
– Convey the importance of Deep Learning.
– Integrate Visible Thinking Routines into New Pedagogies.
– Use Technology to Foster the 6 C’s.
– Apply Real Situation Problem-Solving.
– Provide Evaluation Strategies that meaningfully involve students in every step, for true Deep Learning.
She is an American English teacher with 18 years of experience. She has taught at both language institutes and schools and has dedicated the last decade to teaching and working as an academic coordinator.
She graduated in 2002 as English Teacher at the Alianza Cultural Uruguay-Estados Unidos de América. In 2013 she received her Diploma in Planning and Management in Educational Institutions from ORT University. In addition to this, she has expanded her learning through courses in Uruguay and abroad.
Her passion is to share her expertise and promote staff development through workshops that promote literacy and the creative use of technology to support classroom learning.
She is an award-winning author, translator and educator who has been working in school settings for 14 years.
She has run workshops for teachers and children, sharing her creativity, literacy skills and innovative thinking in schools and beyond.
Her purpose is to generate educational proposals that promote deep learning and reflection in times of uncertainty and change.
After taking the Visible Thinking-Project Zero Course (University of Harvard), and seeing its impact, both Michelle and Virginia believe that it is essential for educators to include Visible Thinking Routines in order to develop competencies that enable learners to meet challenges and thrive in ever-changing scenarios.
Four Mondays: 17:30 to 20:00 hs.
May 6th. – 13th. – 20th. – 27th.
Introduction to global competencies and visible thinking routines: theoretical and practical background.
Putting it all together