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Learn to learn with homework

COVID-19 needs to be addressed

Children from disadvantaged families have suffered school deficiencies during confinement. There is an educational gap caused by the lack of educational attention.

Brief description

Learning to learn with homework” is the title of an educational innovation project in Service-Learning that began this 2020-2021 academic year, expired as the subject of the second year of the Grao in Master of Primary Education “Design, development and curricular innovation”. The starting point is precisely a didactic reflection on how girls and boys who start in the classroom learn more. This premise makes it possible to detect the needs of future teachers and teachers to learn about the people who are the recipients of the educational action in order to think about the curriculum and the educational relationship in a more profound and real way. Starting from this question “What do you need or students?” concrete use or service to the children’s community through an NGO that offered support for school fees. At the choice of these beneficiaries, it is relevant due to the training significance that learning has for people in a situation of exclusion: firstly as a factor of curricular and professional development and, secondly, as a possibility of growth in social sensitivity and, therefore, of competences. people.

Further information:

Learning of curriculum development in primary education. Improvement of teaching skills in future teachers: didactics, face-to-face and remote teaching, resolution and conflicts, communication with families, use of participatory methodologies, etc. Improvement of personal and socio-emotional skills (communication, assertiveness, resilience, etc.) Improved civic engagement. Dans Álvarez de Sotomayor, I., & Varela Portela, C. (2021). Digitalización, compromiso y resiliencia. Proyecto de aprendizaje -servicio con futuros docentes. Edutec. Revista Electrónica De Tecnología Educativa, (78), 85-98. https://doi.org/10.21556/edutec.2021.78.2233

Full paper: Digitization, engagement and resilience. Learning-service project with future teachers

Country: Spain

Year: 2021-2022

Institution: University of Santiago de Compostela

# of students: 13

Person in charge: Isabel Dans Álvarez de Sotomayor  

Email: isabel.dans@usc.es

Interaction with beneficiaries: Mixed

Academic Degree: Undergraduate

Discipline(s): Psychology | Education | Open to different disciplines

Community Service Area & ODS: No poverty | Quality Education | Partnership for the goals

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