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National Geographic Learning ha desarrollado un programa de Desarrollo Profesional de 14 horas por semestre, creado específicamente para los profesores de DGTI usuarios del programa de inglés My English in Action.

Cada recomendación va acompañada de un certificado de asistencia.

A CONTINUACIÓN SE INDICA EL DETALLE DEL PROGRAMA 14 HORAS POR SEMESTRE:

3

HORAS DE NGL

TRAINING ACADÉMICO

EN SESIÓN VIRTUAL

VER MÁS

2

HORAS DE NGL TRAINING DEL

PROGRAMA DE INGLÉS

MY ENGLISH IN ACTION

VER MÁS

3

HORAS DE

ACADEMIC FRIDAYS

VER MÁS

6

HORAS DE NGL

TRAINING ACADÉMICO

ASÍNCRONO ON DEMAND

VER MÁS

ACTIVIDADES

COMPLEMENTARIAS

AL DESARROLLO PROFESIONAL

a través de webinars globales

disponibles durante todo el año

VER MÁS

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NGL TRAINING ACADÉMICO

 

3 HORAS AL SEMESTRE

Training académico virtual síncrono por semestre el cual se agendará en los días de Reuniones Académicas programadas por la SEP para el sistema DGETI.

 

 

HORARIO:

9:00 – 12:00 hrs.

 

FECHAS:

Lunes 16 de Mayo, 2022       ·       Septiembre, 2022       ·       Enero, 2023

 

Las fechas finales de septiembre y enero se definirán en cuanto SEP publique el calendario correspondiente.

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NGL TRAINING DEL PROGRAMA DE INGLÉS
2 HORAS AL SEMESTRE

 

Training síncrono de la serie de inglés en uso, así como de la plataforma correspondiente

programado para el inicio del ciclo escolar.

La fecha final se anunciará en cuanto haya disponibilidad de horarios.

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ACADEMIC FRIDAYS

4 SESIONES AL SEMESTRE

 

Sesiones académicas síncronas agendadas los días viernes de Consejo Técnico establecidos en

el calendario SEP para los niveles de educación básica.

HORARIO:

10:30 – 11:30 hrs

Las siguientes fechas se compartirán una vez publicado el calendario SEP 2022-2023.

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NGL TRAINING
ASÍNCRONO ON DEMAND

6 HORAS POR SEMESTRE

 

Como parte del apoyo del Desarrollo Profesional de los usuarios de la serie My English in Action, National Geographic Learning ha desarrollado un listado de sesiones académicas en formato Webinar. Estas sesiones están acompañadas de actividades adicionales para la mejor adquisición de los conceptos metodológicos.

En algunos casos, las actividades complementarias indican claramente a qué Webinar está asignada y en otros, son manejadas como actividades genéricas.

 

La planeación de las sesiones se encuentra distribuida de la siguiente manera:

 

1 hora de sesión asíncrona On Demand a través del webinar seleccionado

2 horas de actividades adicionales para la mejor adquisición de los conceptos metodológicos.

 

 

Se recomienda ejecutar 2 webinars por semestre con sus respectivas actividades adicionales.

 

 

 

LISTADO DE WEBINARS:

1

The Flipped Classroom: the Role TED and Technology Can Play to Get Students Speaking

SPEAKER: Hsu-Ping Tuan

Using Technology to Encourage Face-to-Face Conversation

SPEAKER: Alex Warren

2

3

Developing Reading Skills in an Online Environment

SPEAKER: Alex Warren

Getting Students Ready for Online Lessons…Online!

SPEAKERS: Hugh Dellar & Russell Stannard

4

5

Can you T.E.A.C.H. Teens Online?

SPEAKER: Jair Félix

6

Exploring, Exploiting and Expanding on Online Lessons

SPEAKERS: Hugh Dellar & Russell Stannard

ACTIVIDADES ADICIONALES PARA EVIDENCIAS DEL PROGRAMA DE WEBINARS ON DEMAND:

BEFORE YOU WATCH

 

1. Reflection:

“Online teaching opens up new levels of creativity and opportunity. ”Jamie Johnson. Think about your experiences of teaching online over the past 6 months. What lessons have you learnt from online teaching and which ones could bring to the real world classroom?

 

2. Think:

A Flipped learning approach has helped facilitate more successful online classes, but what is your understanding of the term flipped learning? How could a flipped classroom approach help make your real-world classrooms more successful as well as your online lessons?

 

Reflection for webinar: The Flipped Classroom: the Role TED and Technology Can Play to Get Students Speaking

 

 

 

WHILE YOU WATCH  

1.

What are the various advantages of using a flipped learning approach talked about in the different training videos?

 

2.

In his “Developing Reading Skills in an Online Environment talk”, what considerations does Alex say we should take into account when deciding whether to flip or not?

 

3.

How could you use a flipped learning approach to facilitate and maximize time in reading lessons or lessons which have extended listenings or videos (e.g. TED Talks)?

 

4.

Both Alex and Hsu-Ping talk about what necessitates a successful flipped classroom. What suggestions do they make?

 

5.

In Hsu-Ping Tuan’s session she mentions five challenges of getting students speaking/communicating in class. What are they and how do you think a flipped model can help deal with these challenges?


Reflection for webinar: The Flipped Classroom: the Role TED and Technology Can Play to Get Students Speaking

6.

In “Getting students Ready for Online Lessons… Online!” Hugh Dellar talks about the advantages of rehearsing and preparing for speaking tasks before the synchronous class. What are the advantages of doing this? Do you think this would help your students speak more in class (online or face-to-face )?

Reflection for webinar:  Getting Students Ready for Online Lessons…Online!

7. 

What online learning programs/apps are mentioned by Alex, Hugh and Russell, to help facilitate online learning? Which ones could you use in your face-to-face classroom?

 

Reflection for webinar: Getting Students Ready for Online Lessons…Online!

8. 

In “Getting students Ready for Online Lessons… Online!” Russell Stannard shows us how to use Google Earth in an online lesson. Can you think of a lesson you’ve taught before that would be enhanced by using Google Earth in this way?

Reflection for webinar: Getting Students Ready for Online Lessons…Online!

 

9.

Hugh and Russell suggest a number of teaching ideas in Exploring, Exploiting and Expanding on Online Lesson – which ones would you like to try out in your classes?

 

Reflection for webinar: Getting Students Ready for Online Lessons…Online!

 

AFTER YOU WATCH – TASKS AND REFLECTIONS FOR THE WEBINARS

  

10. Reflect:

What ideas, techniques, activities, and apps from the training videos would you like to try in your classes, be that online or face-to-face? Try them out and keep a learning journal of how they went.

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ACTIVIDADES COMPLEMENTARIAS AL DESARROLLO PROFESIONAL

 

WEBINAR NGL GLOBALES

Sesiones síncronas durante  todo el año

1 HORA POR WEBINAR

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