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viernes, 11 de abril de 2014

Being the star by Elena Rivera.

Here you can find the 36 questions about the topic 4:

1. If a student resides in a rural area and must move to another nearby town to go to school, who will pay the transportation costs, school meals and boarding?

2. What has changed with LOMCE regarding co-education?

3. How canthe academic record of a child be evalued for admission to a school or for the contrary does that academic record interffect for her/hisadmission?

4.Distance education is a modality of Organizational variations and alternatives in primary education, but it is not the only modality that use this model. Which oher types of education use it?

5. For economic reasons, a child decided to leave school. Two years later he has decided to come back again but he cannot attend classes regularly. According to LOE and LOMCE, may he do it by distance  education? Which resources  will he use?

6. What purposes have the Spanish-Moroccan programs? By what way are they trying to get better results?

7. Sara's family has to move to Canada to find work, because in Spain they can't find it and their parents can't pay the mortgage. What kind of distance education should ask your family to Sara?

8. Moanes is a little town in Asturias with small population centers. What type of school has this town?
Of what level are the students who are in this type of school?

9. Hassam and his family have just moved to Spain. Hassam is 10 and does not speak much Spanish.What type of provision parents have to ask the school for your child to be integrated?

10. Imagine that you're going to be a teacher in a rural school in which it develops the Yearly General Programme and in which you'll work with Pre-Primary and Primary students. can you tell us what type of rural school will be it and what will be your purpose in it?

11. How are the activities in this program?

12. If you visit a school which provides pupils non-regularly attending school with education attention to coordinate home teaching programmes and pupils at compulsory schooling age are hospitalised for a long term, upon what type of school are we talking about and how is its organization?

13. The Tomson family, like six other families, has to trevel form one place to another with their own circus troughout the year, which provide some instability int he school year of their two sons. The Tomson want to ensure the continuity of the educational process of their children and clain that scheduling and sequencing of the teaching-learning process will be given in an appropiate way adapted to the particular context in which they live. Where they have to resort to request an itinerant classroom and to educate their children? In what type of education can enroll their children?

14. If a primary education student cannot come to class due to, due to personal, social, geographic or other exceptional circumstances, what kind of measures he could use? And which are their main characteristics?

15. What is the main objetive of the bilingual centers (convenio MECD and british council) and who are they destinated for?

16. Imagine that you work in a school where there are some Moroccan pupils. What type of provision should the school count with and how it works?

17. Do headmistress or a headmaster need to have specific and complementary studies at his or her degree? Or can any teacher be a  headmaster?

18. Regarding the school autonomy, educational administrations have the freedom to create work plans outside of their curriculum. So, could these plans affect students in their titles obtention?

19. Will the headmaster decide about the students admission? How?

20. How is the organization at rural schools?

21. Which type of provision have pupils double enrolled and how is their organization?

22. Which kind of pupils receives and non-regular schooling?

23. Do you think those students from the rural schools will have the same opportunities than the others form the cities in the future?

24. In a primary school, can the students be members of the school heard?

25. According to the organizational variations and alternative structures in primary education, if you go to a bilingual school, in which country are you going to study and under which curriculum?

26. The head teacher of a state school doesn't have enough bilingual teachers this year because two of them have retired. In the interim lists of Board of Education are not enable. What can he do?

27. Which do you need to receive distance education?

28. According to the bilingual teaching: which languages are tauht and why are they taught?

29. If you were a primary student children, What could you do with your studies if you were sick  and your illness couldn't let you leave your house/hospital?

30.During which period of time can the itinerancy and non-regular schooling educative responses be applied?

31.Who has to authorize the pupil for being able to recibe a distance education?

32. What does the CRIE take into account for making the Yearly Action Plans?

33. What should do the student who want to study by distance education?

34. For a centre to be bilingual, which organs of government need to be in agreement?

35. What are the differences between rural schools?

36.If a student at compulsory schooling age who have to move from their habitual residence during the school year because of their families' temporay job. and he/she can't go to class, what kind of provision he/she need? And how is this organized?

martes, 1 de abril de 2014

Star of the week

Hello! My name is Alba Yelo and here you have a video where I describe the work of the week. Hope you enjoy and like it!

Journalist by MªLuz

Being a Farmer

Here I let you the link of the pearltree.

Miriam Riquelme Gil, Translator.

Being the Facilitator by Elena Rivera

 Finally, I want to say that I have chose this way to express myself because it's something new for our blog. I hope you like it.

Carmela Navarro as the analyst

Hello everybody, I am Carmela Navarro, the analyst of education rush hour of this week.
We have thought that do records is an other way to explain what we have done this week very original and interactive. We hope that you have fun watching the records.