This course aims to make it easier for entities and schools to adapt their classrooms in line with the process of methodological change being experienced. Through analysis of different best practices in the design of classrooms and learning areas, teachers will be able to have some guidelines in order to improve the quality of their spaces, as well as manuals to design and build pieces of furniture for their classroom with their students.
The aim of this course is to get educators to design a skills framework which is adapted to the specific needs of the students and guides all the work they carry out in their classroom. From the question, what do I want to make true for my students? we go through 3 time frames or phases: The current reality of my students, what I want to be true for them in the future and what I will do in my classroom tomorrow.
This course brings the Design Thinking methodology closer to the world of education. Design Thinking is a methodology to generate innovative ideas that focuses its effectiveness on understanding and responding to the real needs of users. This way of working is based on the field of product design and hence its name. Today it is used in a variety of fields.
Welcome to the GarageLab course "Design Thinking for Students". With this course we want to bring the Design Thinking methodology closer to your classrooms. This is a tool that will allow you to reinforce the processes of creation in classes and will also allow you to be the real protagonists of your learning.
This course accompanies teachers in the implementation of the ABP methodology, where students carry out a process of research, learning and creation that culminates with the response to a problem or the creation of a prototype. Learn about tools to design rigorous learning projects that incorporate the contents and skills that correspond to the training subjects the students follow.
This course reflects on the importance of motivating students, so they become aware that they can do everything they set out to do, and to change certain perceptions they have of themselves. Strategies are designed in the classroom to generate motivation in students. This aims to make students understand the benefits that learning can bring and what skills they possess in order to achieve it.