Eduardo Lina: Teacher, Trainer, Moodler

Eduardo Lina: Teacher, Trainer, Moodler

Jun 17, 2014

Ministry of Education - Matach Conference

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Esta tarde del 17.06.2014 en la Universidad de Tel Aviv, el Ministerio de Educación de Israel y Matach (Center for Educational Technology) organizaron la Conferencia que culmina los cursos de perfeccionamiento docente que se han llevado a cabo en el tema de Aprendizaje por Investigación (LEMIDÁ BE DEREJ JEKER). Por haber desarrollado uno de los cursos junto a Beatriz Katz (Supervisora Nacional de Español Lengua Extranjera en el Ministerio), y por ser el tutor de este curso, me tocó hacer una presentación explicando que significa desarrollar un curso de este tipo, teniendo en cuenta que el curso va dirigido a docentes de lenguas extranjeras (Español, Francés, Italiano, Ruso, Chino, Persa, Amhari y más, pero no inglés). Igual que el curso, el idioma usado fue hebreo , aunque a diferencia de hoy, en el curso hemos elaborado contenidos en los diversos idiomas y en hebreo. Fue una experiencia interesante.

This evening (17.06.2014) at  Tel Aviv University, the Israel Ministry of Education and Matach (Center for Educational Technology) organized the Conference that  culminates teacher training courses that have been conducted on the topic of  Research -based Learning ( LEMIDÁ BEDERECH CHEKER). Having developed one of the courses together with Beatriz Katz (National Supervisor of Spanish as Foreign Language in the Ministry), and since I am the tutor / facilitator of this course, I have had to make a presentation explaining what developing a course of this kind entails. The course is aimed at teachers of Foreign Languages ​​(Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Persian, and Amharic, but not English), so language learning was dealt with as well as Research- based learning was. Like in  the course, the language today used was Hebrew, but unlike today,  the course allows for content to be developed in the foreign languages taught by teachers (these teachers have created products which will be used in the Foreign Language classroon)  Both presenting and facilitating the course have been  interesting experiences.



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