Tina Blythe, author on education and project coordinator for Project Zero at Harvard University facilitated a workshop for professors of Universidad Francisco Marroquín to help them make learning and thinking visible.
She says sometimes teachers and students start to think about learning as something invisible in our head that we cannot really see. During this interesting workshop, faculty members learned a serie of protocols to understand the students’ thinking process and helping them to articulate their ideas properly to make them visible.
The goal here is less teacher talk and more student talk.”
Tina also emphasizes on the importance of collaboration in the classroom, which will be very important in their future.
In this video, participants of the activity share what they learned and will do different in class to improve their teaching.
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