This course aims to provide teachers with practical tools and strategies for student-centered learning by delving into the various teaching methods: Waldorf, Free Learning, Forest and Montessori. Participants will have the opportunity to visit these schools and learn about their principles and practices, as well as how to incorporate them into their own teaching. Through practical activities, group work and discussions, participants will gain a deeper understanding of student-centered learning and how it can be implemented in the classroom.
Understand the principles and practices of student-centered learning
Incorporate student-centered learning into lesson plans and curriculum
Get to know the Waldorf, Free Learning, Neighborhood and Montessori methodologies
Develop practical tools and strategies for implementing student-centered learning
Reflect on personal teaching practices and how to improve them
Student-Centered Learning: A Course Based on Different Methodologies and a Visit to Different Schools
Presentation of participants: group activities
Presentation of the week's program
Brief presentation of the various teaching methods – Montessori; Free Learning; Neighborhood and Waldorf schools
Note: The course programme may undergo minor changes based on logistical considerations and resource availability.