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Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña
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Chamilo in seconday schools by Juan Carlos Raña

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Presentation made by Juan Carlos Raña for teh Chamilo Users Day 2011 that took place in Belgium,.

Presentation made by Juan Carlos Raña for teh Chamilo Users Day 2011 that took place in Belgium,.

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  • 1. Chamilo in secondary schools Juan Carlos Raña Trabado I.E.S. Nº1 Universidad Laboral Málaga - EspañaJuan Carlos Raña TrabadoChamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 2. The strategy  THE GOAL: a tool without a purpose becomes a toy HOW: the absence of a strategy to achieve our goals may produce unexpected results Transmissive ConstructivistJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 2Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 3. Constructivist strategies Problem-based Learning Project Based LearningJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 3Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 4. One multifaceted reality Synchronous-Asynchronous Multiple situations Multiple peopleFew or many students Long or short time Multiple constraints Multiple needs On line learning – Classroom learning Juan Carlos Raña Trabado 4 Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 5. I.E.S Nº 1 Universidad Laboral de MálagaJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 5Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 6. The program “Escuela TIC 2.0” Project of the Education Authority of the Andalusian Government in collaboration with the Spanish Ministry of Education Goal: The development of students’ basic skills Scope: 2009-2012 / Primary and Secondary School (age 10- 13 years)Juan Carlos Raña Trabado 6Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 7. Equipments, contents and teacher training One computer per student One Digital blackboard per class Computers for teachers Open source software A compilation of contents Training routes for teachersJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 7Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 8. From theory to practice Techniques and activities Key points Quizzes, Serious Games, Short Open Adaptation to the official questions,.. curriculum Adaptation to the school Comment texts, videos, photos,.. infrastructure Debate topics, essays… Adaptation to the needs of school organization Create lists of resources, presentations, murals, videos, photo galleries, reports…. Adaptation to the needs of students Solve Open questions, Treasure hunts, Adjustment to Teacher skills miniWebQuest, WebQuest,… The importance of evaluation Annual Project (Extended Webquest, Integrated Projects…)Juan Carlos Raña Trabado 8Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 9. The WebQuest Introduction Task Resources Process Evaluation ConclusionJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 9Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 10. A travel guide for my tripAnnual Project complementary to Geography course Level 3º E.S.O. (age 14-15 years)Juan Carlos Raña Trabado 10Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 11. The Integrated Project Less guided than the WebQuest Students have more autonomy and responsibility They reproduce real situations The topics are free, but agreed with the teacher Requires research, practise and integration of knowledge Entails the realization of something tangibleJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 11Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 12. My company and website Level 4º E.S.O., Bachillerato (age 15-18 years)Juan Carlos Raña Trabado 12Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 13. The best tool for each activity The WIKI is the best tool for collaborative workJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 13Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 14. Chamilos wikiJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 14Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 15. How ‘complicated’ becomes ‘easy’Juan Carlos Raña Trabado 15Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 16. ‘Easy’ is not the opposite of ‘powerful’Juan Carlos Raña Trabado 16Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 17. An exampleJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 17Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 18. Why is Chamilo innovative ? Strategies, techniques, activities and toolsJuan Carlos Raña Trabado 18Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - Brussels EduBIT 2011
  • 19. Thanks for your attention Juan Carlos Raña Trabado – Chamilo Users Day 28 th of March - EduBIT 2011

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