Programa de Formación y Desarrollo de Competencias Docentes

 
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DESCRIPCIÓN 4-week intensive teacher development programme at NILE( Norwich Institute for Language Education) in Norwich,with a special focus on appropriate teacher competencies and including school placements in Norwich/Norfolk.

Antes de que comience el curso (segunda quincena de junio), los participantes seleccionados deberán realizar una serie de Pre-course webinars centrados en competencias docentes.
DESTINATARIOS Personal docente de Educación Primaria o Educación Secundaria que preste servicios en centros públicos bilingües de la Comunidad de Madrid y que estén en posesión de la habilitación lingüística para impartir docencia en puestos bilingües o que estén en posesión de la acreditación para impartir el currículo de inglés avanzado.
PRIORIDADES 1 No haber sido seleccionado en ningún Programa de Formación y Desarrollo de Competencias Docentes en las tres últimas convocatorias.
2 Personal docente de Educación Primaria y Secundaria con destino definitivo que esté en posesión de la habilitación lingüística para impartir docencia en puestos bilingües y que preste servicios en centros públicos bilingües de la Comunidad de Madrid.
3 Personal docente de Educación Secundaria con destino definitivo que esté en posesión de la acreditación para impartir el currículo de inglés avanzado y que preste servicios en centros públicos bilingües de la Comunidad de Madrid.

DOCUMENTACIÓN - Certificado del puesto de trabajo.
DURACIÓN 4 semanas
FECHAS Del 3 al 28 de julio de 2017.
Salida vuelos: sábado 1 de julio (Madrid-Amsterdam-Norwich)
Regreso: sábado 29 de julio (Norwich-Amsterdam-Madrid)
LUGAR Norwich, Reino Unido
PLAZAS 20 plazas para docentes de Educación Primaria.
20 plazas para docentes de Educación Secundaria.
CRÉDITOS 4 créditos ECTS
Nº HORAS 100 horas presenciales + 40 horas complementarias
CONTENIDOS •Personal language improvement, including the following:
- Skills development, with a particular focus on developing fluency and natural use of spoken English
- Vocabulary extension both for pedagogic and personal purposes
- Grammar revision through interactive, task-based activities, grammar ‘surgeries’
- Focus on L1 interference errors
•Classroom language
– Teaching English through the medium of English
- Language for socialising, classroom management and instruction
- The role of L1 in the ELT classroom
- The metalanguage of ELT
•Developing language awareness and critical reading skills
•Language update: spoken grammar and new vocabulary
•Particular attention to phonology, including both segmental and suprasegmental aspects, improving teachers’ ability to be good models for their learners
•Materials evaluation and adaptation
•Basic principles of classroom-based and formal assessment
•Project work – mini-projects in small groups on agreed topic areas, to source and develop authentic teaching materials for use back in Madrid)
•Cultural dimensions of language use
•Gathering authentic materials and classroom resources

OBJETIVOS •Initial introductory language focus, intercultural awareness and familiarisation sessions to enable the course participants to get the maximum benefit from being at NILE and in Norwich.
•First week at NILE of 25 hours combining an agreed balance of language development and language teaching methodology classes, with a focus on agreed teacher competencies,designed to meet the specific needs of the teachers enrolled for the course.
•The first week would also include familiarisation with the UK education system and the culture of the school types the teachers would be going into, as well as the development of a range of observation tasks and ways of maximising active involvement in school.
•At least 5 days in school(s) for a combination of observation and assistant teachership, with a range of tasks to fulfil so as to maximise the benefit of their time in school(s). During the time in school(s) the Madrid teachers would be mentored by their school partner teacher and also monitored by NILE.
•The final week at NILE would involve detailed, interactive review of the school experience, to maximise its ongoing value along with materials development and further training to ensure lasting benefit from the programme, including training in passing on the positive aspects of their experience to colleagues, again with a clear focus on the agreed teacher competencies.
METODOLOGÍA Active and participative.
CRITERIOS EVALUACIÓN Course participants will be assessed by trainers in a range of ways during their course, including language assessment and evaluation of their micro-teaching, and will each receive an individual report.
Participants will be expected to devise a viable and practical digital portfolio which could be implemented in their own schools.
Course participants will be assessed by mentors at schools in a range of ways (observation and assistant teachership) during their school attatchment.