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Transport teachers from all over Spain are trained in active methodologies in CIFPA

Transport teachers from all over Spain are trained in active methodologies in CIFPA

Teachers of the Transport and Logistics cycle from all over Spain have participated in Zaragoza in a course focused on active teaching methodologies. The Center of Excellence for Vocational Training in the Transport and Logistics sector has organized this training action within the Primary Project 2: Teacher Training.

The objective is to provide the 17 people enrolled with the necessary tools to be able to introduce changes in the teaching methodology in their classes in order to better adapt to the way the company works and to train students in technical and personal skills. A few weeks ago, level 1 of this training was delivered in online format and now it is time for level 2.
This training is developed in online and face-to-face modalities, ICT tools are presented to facilitate the work of teachers and students. We talk about soft skills, design thinking, participatory dynamics and restorative practices, among other things.

On-site training began on Monday, April 8, with Ana Rodera, who defines herself as an activator of ICT-mediated learning experiences. Other trainers are Miguel Collado, VET teacher who has been accompanying people and organizations in their learning processes for more than 20 years as an expert in soft skills. Lidia Merinero, guidance counselor at the CPIFP Bajo Aragón de Alcañiz, where she supports teachers involved in the ACbR methodology in everything related to inclusion and conflict resolution. Sergio Banderas, computer science teacher in VET, teacher in the Specialization Course in Video Game Development and Virtual Reality. He was recognized as Best Teacher FP Spain 2019. CODAPA 2020 Innovation Award and City of Malaga Education Award 2021.

Also participating in the course as speakers and tutors are Ana Aparicio and Désirée Salamé, both VET teachers at the CPIFP Movera in Zaragoza, where they have been working for several years based on the ACbR methodology.

The participating teachers teach in the Transport and Logistics cycle in Barcelona, León, Valencia, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Asturias, Madrid, Pontevedra, Salamanca, Lleida, Alicante, Almería, Zaragoza and Teruel.