From the IRIE we want to wish you a quiet and safe Christmas holiday, with the hope placed in a much better 2021 than in 2020.
The past year has been very hard for the whole population, and the teaching staff, subjected to very demanding conditions, has acted with professionalism, rigor and great generosity towards students and their families.
At the same time, children, young people and families have been able to contribute the best of each one and, together with the teachers and the administration and services staff, we have achieved the feat of keeping the educational activity going and the centers open.
Once again it has become clear that education is the responsibility of the whole society. Hopefully next year doesn’t require us to keep proving what we are capable of all together.
Below we send you the IRIE newsletter number 61. We hope you find this information interesting.
The course focuses on the use of scientific experimentation as a teaching tool, although it also works on other teaching methodologies: problem-solving learning, design and implementation of projects, use of ICT, etc. and gives particular importance to the contextualization of scientific knowledge in terms of what is called Science, Technology, and Society (CTS).
Graduates in any of the teacher specialties: Primary, Infant, Special Education.
Graduates in Primary Education, Infant Education.
People with degrees, degrees and diplomas with an interest in the subject
Deadline for registration: until January 9
Publication of provisional list of admitted students: January 9.There will be a week to formalize the payment once the students have been selected.
Rovira i Vigili University hosts the VIII Interuniversity Seminar on Research in Educational Technology (SIITE 2021) on January 29th organized by the ARGET research group of the Department of Pedagogy and the teaching staff of the Master and Interuniversity Doctorate in Educational Technology (Rovira i Virgili University, University of Lleida, University of the Balearic Islands and University of Murcia).
Goal: Conduct a discussion forum with experts so that students who are in the process of carrying out a research project in the field of Educational Technology can receive advice and guidance on their research in order to improve it.
Target: Doctoral students and research staff interested in the field of Educational Technology.
mode: Virtual. Participants will be able to present their contributions by videoconference.
This special issue offers a broad view of ICT-enriched educational co-design and seeks to answer from theory and practice the question, what are the most effective practices and theories in the field of co-design?
The number has been jointly coordinated by Dra. Victoria I. Marín (GITED) and Dra. Sara Villagrá (University of Valladolid).