Good Practices


Methodological Guidelines


  • Minimize exposure to base theoretical teaching learning process of student guided practice.
  • Do all the computer tasks from the first day of class.

Difficulty


  • Heterogenous students: age and previous knowledge.
  • The have little time: housewives and workers.

Strategy


  • Cooperative Learning:
    • To use the strategy of the learning between equal.
    • Tutorship between equal.

Difficulty


  • Strange knowledge (digital) to his previous experiences (analogical)

Strategy


  • To do connections between the new knowledge and previous experiences that serve to understand the new concepts.
    • Folder, files to relate them to daily objects, cupboards, booths...
    • E-mail, email address with conventional mail.

Difficulty


  • Great amount of possible contents that can be developed with the new technologies.

Strategy


  • Two kinds of contents:
    • Fundamental or Basic:
      • Operative System
      • Main Aspects: folder, files, ...
    • Internet:
      • Seekers
      • Electronic mail
  • Agreed with the group
    • There are contents that try to gife answers to the formative needs that the pupils request and other that the centre detects and offers.

Difficulty


  • Little time to dedicate to the learning process.
    • Housewives
    • Workers
  • In many cases the tasks or familiar obligations are priorized to the own formation

Strategy


  • To adapt the number of meetings and the duration of the same ones to the time students are available...
  • The compatibility of the formation makes possible with the familiar tasks or jobs.
    • In our case we meet three hours in a schedule of evening and night.
    • The teaching process can last for three years.

Difficulty


  • Sometimes students do not go to the lessons due to different aspects. (Disease, familiar problems, trips...)

Strategy


  • Use of a blog, on which there are hung contents and activities developed in class and where questions can be made and they can consult doubts.
  • Ccreation of a forum, where the pupils put in contact to exchange information.

Difficulty


  • Lack of autoesteem and confidence in reaching the aims.
  • Discouragement in certain moments.

Strategy


  • To advance to a speed adapted to the characteristics of the group.
  • To avoid the trend of following the pace of the more advanced students.
  • Creation of an environment of mutual collaboration.
  • To remove any competitive shade to the education-learning.

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