F6 – II. Foro de Profesores de Inglés / II. Forum für Englischlehrer
31 agosto @ 08:30 - 1 septiembre @ 17:00
Education in the early part of the twentieth century tended to focus on the acquisition of basic skills and content knowledge, like reading, writing, calculation, history or science. Many experts believe that success in the twenty-first century depends on education that treats higher order skills, such as the ability to think, solve complex problems or interact critically through language and media. Games naturally support this form of education. They are designed to create a compelling complex problem space or world, which players come to understand through self-directed exploration. They are scaffolded to deliver just-in-time learning and to use data to help players understand how they are doing, what they need to work on and where to go next. Games create a compelling need to know, a need to ask, examine, assimilate and master certain skills and content areas. Some experts argue that games are, first and foremost, learning systems, and that this accounts for the sense of engagement and entertainment players experience. This forum aims on teachers of English in Chile, who like to think pair and share their bag of tricks with us.
Relator: Sr. Alexander Lemke
Ficha de inscripción aquí: Ficha de inscripción F6 2017