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  1. estebang 29th mayo 2017 at 6:18 pm | | Reply

    Buenísimo el proyecto, Eve. a) Voy a tomar prestado ese libro más adelante este año, porque me llamó la atención. b) tus sketchnotes son siempre muy copados. c) ¿Cuánta presencia/seguimiento/control requiere tu proyecto? ¿Cuánta libertad tienen los alumnos?

  2. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano 1st junio 2017 at 1:40 pm | | Reply

    @Evelyn
    Every one of the 8 steps you describe is not only worth investigating/documenting on its own, but as a connected challenge within as well… You are diving deep into these questions/challenges that we have to ask ourselves as we still have one foot in the traditional teaching and learning (not to forget the expternal requirements) and the other foot knows that we have an obligation to move ahead, to innovate, to test, try, fail, reflect and try again.
    Uschi, just published a blog post with her take away from a workshop with Santiago Bilinkis, she attended. http://www.globallyconnectedlearning.net/uschis/2017/05/28/reinventando-la-educacion-nuevos-contenidos-nuevas-formas-con-santiago-bilinkis/

    I absolutely loved the quote she shared by Santiago: “La misma receta que te hizo exitoso en el SXX es la que te condena al fracaso en el S XXI “.

    It is exactly about finding new recipes as an educator… and your scientist mentality is pushing you in the right direction of trying and inventing these new recipes… I, for one, will pay close attention to your cooking 🙂

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