This Monday, May 31, the fifth cycle of virtual education for teachers begins

On May 31, the fifth version of the advanced course of Connected Teachers with the aim of supporting teacher training on a national scale and contributing to implement the distance education modality, defined by the Ministry of Education, as announced by Unicef ​​and Tigo, who are carrying out this initiative.

The training is virtual, free, and provides four tools articulated for the approach of the different modules, online classes lasting an hour and a half, bibliographic material that includes links to official pages and current readings, infographics with key information and audiovisuals that expand it.

This advanced course is financially supported by the Government of Canada, and It is a very valuable teacher training alternative because it is focused on raising awareness, the motivation and socialization of dynamic and practical tools useful for classroom work. Professionals in the social area or people interested in education for children and adolescents can also register for free.

Teachers, teachers or interested persons can register by entering the following link: https://cursos.mundoahyu.com/course/view.php?id=9 or by gathering more information: at maestrasconectados.informacion@gmail.com, WhatsApp: http://bit.ly/mc_avanzado_bolivia or the number 698-58038. Registration is now open and classes begin on May 31 at 7:00 p.m.

Four learning modules

This fifth version is the last in this cycle and addresses the following topics in each of its modules:
– Virtual education, how do we reach everyone ?, which includes content on the rights of children and adolescents on the Internet, digital gaps as a challenge and an opportunity, as well as digital gender gaps.
– Innovative, creative and participatory methodologies for the classroom 3.0, develops topics such as learning in the digital age, and includes the approach to innovative educational tools and planning processes in the classroom 3.0.
– Friendly and safe classrooms, addresses issues such as the importance of good treatment in educational spaces, reviews the normative guidelines to ensure a life free of violence in the educational field, promotes the formulation of the plan of peaceful and harmonious coexistence in educational units, and the articulation of the school with its community.
– Psycho-affective support for students, includes topics such as the situation of childhood and adolescence in emergencies, the value of psycho-affective support in the classroom and its impact on the learning process, and a toolbox of guidance tools for teachers of the initial, primary and secondary.

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Throughout this process of teacher training, teachers also develop some practical activities that help improve their knowledge and make more and more use of available technological resources.

On May 31, the fifth version of the advanced course of Connected Teachers with the aim of supporting teacher training on a national scale and contributing to implement the distance education modality, defined by the Ministry of Education, as announced by Unicef ​​and Tigo, who are carrying out this initiative.

The training is virtual, free, and provides four tools articulated for the approach of the different modules, online classes lasting an hour and a half, bibliographic material that includes links to official pages and current readings, infographics with key information and audiovisuals that expand it.

This advanced course is financially supported by the Government of Canada, and It is a very valuable teacher training alternative because it is focused on raising awareness, the motivation and socialization of dynamic and practical tools useful for classroom work. Professionals in the social area or people interested in education for children and adolescents can also register for free.

Teachers, teachers or interested persons can register by entering the following link: https://cursos.mundoahyu.com/course/view.php?id=9 or by gathering more information: at maestrasconectados.informacion@gmail.com, WhatsApp: http://bit.ly/mc_avanzado_bolivia or the number 698-58038. Registration is now open and classes begin on May 31 at 7:00 p.m.

Four learning modules

This fifth version is the last in this cycle and addresses the following topics in each of its modules:
– Virtual education, how do we reach everyone ?, which includes content on the rights of children and adolescents on the Internet, digital gaps as a challenge and an opportunity, as well as digital gender gaps.
– Innovative, creative and participatory methodologies for the classroom 3.0, develops topics such as learning in the digital age, and includes the approach to innovative educational tools and planning processes in the classroom 3.0.
– Friendly and safe classrooms, addresses issues such as the importance of good treatment in educational spaces, reviews the normative guidelines to ensure a life free of violence in the educational field, promotes the formulation of the plan of peaceful and harmonious coexistence in educational units, and the articulation of the school with its community.
– Psycho-affective support for students, includes topics such as the situation of childhood and adolescence in emergencies, the value of psycho-affective support in the classroom and its impact on the learning process, and a toolbox of guidance tools for teachers of the initial, primary and secondary.

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Throughout this process of teacher training, teachers also develop some practical activities that help improve their knowledge and make more and more use of available technological resources.

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