The formation of the trainer

Teacher professional development has become big business. Deborah Netolicky in her book Transformational Professional Learning makes an excellent analysis of what in-service teacher training is, and should be, like. She argues that at times, it has become about trying to make concrete actions visible, rather than analysing the influence ... Continue reading The training of the trainer

How to work and not die trying

There are certain professions that are at a higher risk of suffering from work-related stress. Teachers, trainers, training centre managers, instructional designers and those in the training community are exposed to many factors that can affect their health. Add to this, the pandemic, and the tough year we have had to deal with... Continue reading How to Work and Not Die Trying

Live with Marta Romo

We call neuroeducation this new interdiscipline and transdiscipline that promotes a greater integration of the sciences of education with those that deal with the neurocognitive development of the human person (Battro & Cardinali, 1996). This implies the training of "neuroeducators" among teachers interested in neuroscience research and among neuroscientists interested in the development of neurocognitive development (Battro & Cardinali, 1996) .

Direct with Mónica Galán Bravo

One of the keys to the success of elearning and the hybrid model is the excellence of its synchronous sessions. The trainer must know pedagogical techniques, strategies to promote learning by doing, interaction, collaboration, social learning, group cohesion...we will talk about all this in future posts, because the basis of all this ... Continue reading Live with Mónica Galán Bravo

Live with Luis Castellanos

Active pedagogy gives the educator or trainer the role of guide, of companion in the learning process. In addition, many classical pedagogues indicated that the teacher should not only be a model, but should also take care of his language and the way he communicates with his students. Vygotsky contributed a great value to the ... Continue reading Direct with Luis Castellanos

Flipped model. Excellent for hybrid and online environments

The Flipped Classroom model is a student-centered approach. Certain learning processes (the explanations and transmission of content) are moved to another place (the library, the train, etc.) outside the school, and this transmission is mainly done through videos, presentations, audios or readings, while the work is done in the classroom... Continue reading Flipped model. Excellent for hybrid and online environments