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Build success beyond the classroom: How to teach critical thinking

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Wednesday, February 3, 2021

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02:00 PM Europe/London

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Agenda

Critical thinking is essential to university success. While our language classes often focus on developing language proficiency, proficiency in critical thinking is equally important for success. So, how can we embed critical thinking into our everyday language lessons? In this webinar, author and trainer Christina Cavage walks you through proven strategies and techniques to build both the critical thinking tasks into classroom lessons, and meaningful assignments outside of class. Participants gain an understanding of task-based learning, project-based learning and inquiry-based learning.

Presenter

Marcela Alois

Ganadora del premio de Innovación Educativa, representando a Hispanoamérica, Growth Awards 2017, winner Turning Innovative Ideas, Pearson Londres.

Licenciada en Ciencias de la Educación por la Universidad de Buenos Aires, su formación profesional incluye un Profesorado de Educación Preescolar y un Profesorado Nacional de Maestros, ambos en Buenos Aires, Argentina, Diplomado en Neuro psicoeducación por la Asociación Educar de Argentina, Diplomado en Habilidades Directivas por la UNAM (Universidad Autónoma de México).Diplomado en Psicogénesis de la lengua (Dra. Emilia Ferreriro, Dra. Ana Teberoski, Buenos Aires Argentina)

Diseñó diversos cursos de los temas de: Educación con enfoque por competencias, Evaluación, Planeación didáctica, Psicomotricidad y lecto escritura, Matemáticas para la educación básica, Creatividad, Educando en emociones, Gestión y dirección escolar, entre otros.