Methodology of the teaching program At a historic moment, the ministry calls for planning are multiplied and projects are implemented collectively in schools, which is a process of orientation activities carried out through objective programs: combining ideas o skills to be expressed or achieved through communication activities for the team; Ask them to try something new; Selecting and sorting ideas (intellectual activity) in order to express a new level of ability or knowledge.
These programs are conducted under the guidance of the teacher and are carried out by the students with the aim of gaining some knowledge, skills and values of skills.
What are the plans?
They are programs developed in one (or more) categories, in the school environment, under the guidance of the teacher, and are intended for learning concepts and developing specific skills.
The project takes place in three basic phases:
- Creating a problem
- Search for solutions
- Its presentation behind the communication process.
Each phase should be evaluated according to their relevance and possible solutions to the communication action problem should be proposed.
In project (PW) conflict
The project in the classroom begins with the creation of any problem, which is created by the specialization of the elements of the group, preferably joint. Working in the classroom is looking for possible solutions to problems.
The problem must be an answer to a challenge. However, in the classroom, it is the responsibility of the teacher to define the challenges and their relevance to the educational process. The task of the teacher is to help students develop relevant and meaningful plans, to avoid failed outcomes and to help all students be motivated and to develop an adequate understanding of the context of the activities.
Objective of the project
The goal of the project is to expand the potential of each student. This is achieved through planning, which starts with looking for a solution to a problem, and it is effectively carried out in an educational environment in a specific context and time, which allows one to create awareness with the communication process about reality. (Supports the fusion of critical consciousness)
Project work experiences
Working with projects is an educational program based on skills development that seeks the development of active learning through student participation; Excluding the “traditional” attribute (i.e., the passive, verbal and theoretical one).
Project work experiences, under the guidance of a teacher, include work created by students in one (or more) subjects or school environment to acquire and acquire specific ideas and concepts and skills tailored to the level of education in order to foster meaningful learning. They attend.
Concept and Cognition
Project work experiences enable feedback and knowledge:
Perception of oneself, other and context;
- Promoting personal knowledge and active team sharing, promoting the world and raising awareness;
- Develop the contents of the school in relation to life and science.
Tasks performed by project work experience
The project process develops in three stages:
- Goal setting (problem creation)
- Active development (problem solving)
- Communication process (exclusion and evaluation of results).
The definition of goals begins with identifying a problem and the reasons for its solution. A plan is outlined from these objectives, i.e. the ways to solve the problem are defined.
Typically, we try to break it down into significant areas or units of clarity, and then, distribute the functions, define the resources to be used and plan to implement them.
It is necessary to create an alienation process after the research activities.
Finally, the general presentation of the project should present the solution of the problem in the classroom, defining its relevance.
The project should be discussed and evaluated based on the contributions received and unresolved deficiencies.
Tasks of the project
The project should be developed by the choices about the experiences of the students. The theme should be generally inserted into the curriculum objectives of the curriculum, starting with the experience shared by the students, which is a topic-based issue. Exceptionally it can start from an issue proposed by the author and there is a need to act on these questions. All themes can be addressed through the project method.
Monitor data collection
The teacher should, after defining the theme of the problem, help raise the set of hypotheses. It should be noted that a project is not only a means of acquiring information, but also a means of acquiring new knowledge and applying and integrating the acquired knowledge into new contexts. The teacher or educator plays an important role in overseeing the collection of information, focusing on the essential ideas, working on the motivation of the team to achieve their goals, being aware of the difficulties, and mediating to overcome them.