Now more than ever we need to create meaningful and engaging lessons for our students, so that are prepared for the future. In a time in which technology is more reliable and economical than humans in a growing percentage of the professional field, we need to help our students develop their higher-level order skills so that they are viable competitors in the global market. This book has been broken up into chapters so that. you can choose where you'd like to focus first. As a whole, it gives you all the tools you need to create enquiry-based projects, designed to strengthen higher-order level cognitive skills, with multi-cultural and interdisciplinary elements. It is a powerful means by which students learn 21st Century skills (bilingual methodologies in key learning areas within the curriculum, and essential social cues), plus study cross-curricular material and language that they need to succeed in their future. It is particularly suitable for multilingual and CLIL-type teaching and learning. You will have access to the conclusions reached by world-renown experts in the field and practical examples of each step of the planning process, plus examples of short- and long-term projects already in use by teachers all over the world. You will also have access to the annexes and digital templates to facilitate the creation of your own, powerful projects and lessons.
|Publisher:||Donna Lee Fields|
|File size:||2 MB|
About the Author
Donna Lee Fields, Ph.D., author and expert teacher-trainer, professor at the International University of Valencia, and the. University of Jaén (Spain), a collaborator with Oxford University Press (Spain), Richmond Publishing (Latin America), and international organisations such as Educluster, Finland, BEDA program (Spain), the Departments of Education in Helsinki (Finland), Guadalajara (Mexico), Valencia and Cataluyna (Spain). She specialises in the CLIL approach, Phenomenon-Based Learning and EFL practices, has an award-nominated website (scaffoldingmagic.com) dedicated to providing learning materials for teachers moving into student-centred lessons, has published extensively on educating through the CLIL and project-based learning perspective, and has authored several books on innovative teaching. Donna grew up in New York, began teaching in New Mexico, and moved to Valencia Spain where she still lives and works.