As we strive to better prepare students for real world careers and challenges, we need to focus on developing students’ creative and critical thinking skills.
Educators can encourage students to become 21st-century problem solvers by introducing them to a wide variety of thinking tools that extend beyond memorization and recall. The purpose of this workshop is to show educators different ways and methods of empowering their students to become creative, critical thinkers and problem solvers—people who are constantly learning and who can apply their new knowledge to complex, novel, open-ended challenges; people who will proceed confidently and competently into the new horizons of life and work.
By completing this course, participants will be able to:
The approach will be practical, experiential and based on an analysis of reality and the concerns of the group. Mainly we will work in assembly and small groups, encouraging the reflection and creativity in order to expand the options and alternatives for action. We will also make use of the role-play, and the analysis of cases and group dynamics.
Additionally, course follow-up strategy will be proposed to all the teachers in order to monitor the implementation of good practices in their schools based on the knowledge, skills and competencies gained by them during the course in Spain.
Through their commitment and active participation to share new competencies they will be able to build professionally oriented support networks in their communities, making, at the same time, their work and contribution more visible on a local scale.
100% funded by the Erasmus+
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